Property For Sale Mailhac-Sur-Benaize,France
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Stunning 4 Bedroom House For Sale in Limousin France
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Stunning 4 Bedroom House For Sale in Limousin France Euroresales Property iD- 9825522 Property information: This beautiful house is situated in Mailhac Sur Bernaize in the region of Limousin in France. This property is a 14th century watermill in a very peaceful village. Ground Floor Kitchen Dining Room Living Room Bathroom Toilet Double Bedroom First Floor 3 Double Bedrooms Mezzanine Level overlooking the dining area Cellar Laundry Room Boiler Room Wet Room Wine Store Tool Store There are terraces and flower beds surrounding the house. One terrace is outside the front door and another to the side of the house with a BBQ. The remainder of the land is 20 meters from the house. This comprises the large and small mill ponds and many mature trees. The large pond used to be a fishing lake. The roof was replaced 5 years ago. The bathroom and toilet suite and the kitchen were fitted 2 years ago. About the Area: Haute-Vienne is a French department named after the river Vienne. it is one of the 12 departments that together constitute the French region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine. The neighbouring departments are: Creuse, Correze, Dordogne, Charente, Vienne and indre. There are three arrondissements (administrative regions) in the department; the Arrondissement of Limoges, the capital of which is Limoges; the Arrondissement of Bellac, the capital of which is Bellac, some 45 km (28 mi) to the northwest of Limoges; and the Arrondissement of Rochechouart, with its capital, Rochechouart to the west of Limoges. The chief and largest city in the department is Limoges, the other towns in the department each having fewer than twenty thousand inhabitants. Haute-Vienne is part of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. it is bordered by six departments; Creuse lies to the east, Correze to the south, Dordogne to the southwest, Charente to the west, Vienne to the northwest and indre to the north. The department has two main rivers which cross it from east to west; the Vienne, on which the two main cities, Limoges and Saint-Junien, are situated, and the Gartempe, a tributary of the Creuse. To the southeast of the department lies the Massif Central, and the highest point in the department is Puy Lagarde, 795 m (2,608 ft). The source of the Charente is in the department, in the commune of Cheronnac, near Rochechouart. At the west end of the department is the Rochechouart crater, an impact crater caused by a meteorite that crashed into the earth's surface over 200 million years ago; because of subsequent erosion, little sign of the crater is in evidence today apart from the geologic effects on the surrounding rock. Contact Euroresales Ltd for more information.