Property For Sale Bouille-Courdault,France

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3 bed Property for sale

Superb 3 bedroom house in Vendee Courdault France

$331,115 | £238,182 | €274,000
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Superb 3 bedroom house in Vendee - Courdault, France

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Property details

This stunning 3 bedroom house is situated between Fontenay le comte and Niort, at the gates of the Poitevin marshes. Bouille-Courdault is a commune in the Vendee department in the Pays de la Loire region in western France, and is close to the stunning coastal areas of the Atlantic Ocean. The beautiful stone building was built in 1848, has 240m2 of living space with a terrace, garden, cellar, attic and huge outbuildings.

The house is full of surprises and as you enter through the large hall and into the living room, you will instantly notice the house's character and charm. The living room is fitted with a fully equipped kitchen, office and utility room (which could also be used as a single storey bedroom). The upstairs consists of 2 large bedrooms, a landing and a convertible attic. The house also contains an underground cellar, several outbuildings with limitless potential and is built on enclosed land that is private and not overlooked.

The house has great character and was recently renovated , however, the huge attic offers even more versatile potential with such a spacious room.

The house offers on the ground floor 3 reception rooms with original stone fireplaces, a cloakroom and one of the reception room could be a bedroom/or ' arriere cuisine"/ office/ laundry room etc.

A large living room with open plan kitchen with new kitchen fitted with granite top and walnut veneer, large central island, Barraza cooker and Dietrich hot extractor. There is ample storage, and original stone fireplace. The kitchen opens on to a terrasse with wood decking.

The first floor that you go up to with wooden stairs, has a landing that leads to 2 large bedrooms, a large family bathroom , one of the bedroom has an en suite cloakroom. The other side of the landing is the attic which offers great potential for more bedrooms and bathrooms or more versatile living.

There are two huge outbuildings which need total restoration, one of them measures 441m2 which can be twice this floor area if redone as it was originally. That would be ideal for gites potential or stables with original stone trough.

The land/ garden is 3150m2 with fruits trees, ( apple, figue, plum) a baker's oven, and another outbuilding which could be a carport. The garden is private with stone wall around the house and ensures privacy, with view on a farmer's field, with another wall recently built.

There is parking and garage through a 5 metres wide wooden gate with stone pillars.

Type of heating is oil ( fuel ).

The house is south facing and all windows are double glazed and built by a local artisan.

Features include

* Three bedrooms
* Living room fitted with equipped kitchen, office and utility room
* Huge convertible attic
* Cellar under house
* Double glazed windows built by local artisan
* Over 3000 metres squared of land
* Several outbuildings in stunning natural garden area
* Built on private and secluded land that is not overlooked
* Within range of stunning Atlantic Ocean coastal areas
* Within range of the Marais Poitevin, famed for its natural beauty and wildlife
* Roughly one hour drive from La Rochelle airport

About the area

The situation of the house is in the heart of the ' Marais Poitevin 'in the Vendee region which is an attractive tourist area. it is 40mn from La Rochelle, 1 hour and 30mn from Nantes, 10mn from Fontenay-le-Comte, and 15mn from Niort, and 7mn from the supermarket, shops, pharmacie and school. The house is also located 15 miles from the Bluegreen Niort Golf Course.

The Vendee is a department in the Pays de la Loire region in west-central France, on the Atlantic Ocean

The coast of the Vendee extends over 200 kilometres of mostly sandy beaches and is frequented by tourists from all over the world and is also within close range of the world famous Marais Poitevin, which is known for its picturesque canals, natural beauty and wildlife, giving it the nickname 'The Green Venice'.

The area today called the Vendee was originally known as the Bas-Poitou and is part of the former province of Poitou. in the southeast corner, the village of Nieul-sur-l'Autise is believed to be the birthplace of Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122-1204). Eleanor's son, Richard the Lionheart often had his base in Talmont. The Hundred Years' War (1337-1453) turned much of the Vendee into a battleground.

The main University of this department is the Catholic institute of Higher Studies - iCES[6] in La Roche-sur-Yon. The main goal of this institute is to achieve academic excellence through an enhancement of the Christian and human dimension in seven areas of study. Founded in 1989, Catholic institute of Higher Studies - iCES has pioneered a new concept in higher education, that of the 'University School': halfway between the French Grande École and the traditional state university.

The primary factors of the Vendeen economy are:
* Tourism
* Agriculture
* Food Processing
* Light/Medium industry

The Vendee has been cited as the most economically dynamic department in France by L'Express magazine in a 2006 survey. its economy is characterised by a low rate of unemployment (around 7% in late 2006 compared to more than 9% nationally) and a very high proportion of small and medium-sized businesses (one business for every 14 inhabitants).
The coast of the Vendee extends over 200 kilometres (120 mi) of mostly sandy beaches. Tourists from overseas and locally frequent them. Some resorts include Les Sables-d'Olonne, La Tranche-sur-Mer and Saint-Jean-de-Monts. Some beaches are certified for the FEE Blue Flag for cleanliness.
With more than 160 kilometres (100 mi) of sandy beaches edged with dunes and pine woods. The department also has churches and abbeys, museums, and—for nature lovers—thousands of marked footpaths, a signposted bicycle route running along the coastal mudflats, and marshes that attract unusual birds. There is fishing in the Vendee's rivers and lakes.
inland, the chief attractions include the Marais Poitevin (an area of marshlands famed for wildlife), the forested area around the village of Mervent and the rolling countryside of the Bocage. in the north of the department, the historical theme park Puy du Fou attracts more than 1.45 million of visitors per year.

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