Property For Sale Liphook,France

For sale by real estate agent - Liphook

3 bed Property for sale

Stunning Three Bedroom House in France

$157,098 | £113,006 | €130,000
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Stunning Three Bedroom House in FranceSpacious open plan 3 Bedroom House set in a quiet rural location just outside the Bastille village of Eymet. Built in 2010 it has 3 large double bedrooms with open plan kitchen/lounge/diner, there is a lovely large bathroom with walk in separate shower, plus separate toilet, underneath is a 200sqm drive in basement which can be converted to a garage/workshop with access down the side of the house. The property is habitable but has to be finished off.interior Facilities:3 Large Double BedroomsOpen Plan KitchenOpen Plan LoungeLarge BathroomSeparate Walk in ShowerExterior Facilities:Drive in BasementCountryside SettingOff Street ParkingAbout the Area:The Bastide was founded in 1270, by Alphonse de Poitiers, Count of Toulouse and brother of Louis iX of France. The village is situated at the extreme south of the Department of Dordogne on the CD933 between Bergerac and Marmande, around 20 kilometres (12 mi) south of Bergerac, and around 100 kilometres (62 mi) east of Bordeaux.During the summer of 2011, a TV production company filmed a series of reality TV programmes describing the life of various British expatriates now living in the Dordogne, with an emphasis on Eymet. The series was first shown in autumn 2011, on Monday evenings on iTV1, as twelve 30-minute episodes under the title Little England. Although it explored much of the region, some commentators found it less than exciting. Despite that, a second series was filmed in summer 2012, mainly in the area north of the Dordogne river and shown in autumn 2012 on UK's iTV.Eymet is an economic hub offering all types of useful services and facilities and combining olde worlde charm with modern-day good living. it has a cultural centre and cinema, a wide variety of events, shops, a care home, historical heritage, places to eat and quality accommodation: everything needed for a lovely stay and possibly for new residents to enjoy...There is a weekly Thursday market held throughout the year which was established by the bastide charter when it was created in 1270. Associations, cafes and restaurants also offer Eymet residents and visitors a wide variety of events such as evening markets, the Oyster and White Wine Festival, the Medieval Roaming in the Dropt Valley, concerts and shows as well as "nature" outings (hikes, botanical walks, Nature Festival, etc.).Each event presents the village in a different light and they all create a wide range of enriching atmospheres.Contact EuroResales Ltd for more information
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