Property For Sale Montmorillon,France

For sale by real estate agent - Montmorillon

2 bed Property for sale

2 Bedroom Farmhouse in Montmorillon, France

$175,225 | £126,045 | €145,000
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ForSale SqFt Area 0Baths 2Beds


118 Le Plasteau
86500 Montmorillon


This 2 bedroom farmhouse located in the heart of the French countryside is the perfect place if you're looking for a quiet, peaceful and private area.

The open plan ground floor consists of an entrance porch, kitchen diner, bathroom and W.C. To the left of the entrance porch is the kitchen diner which leads to the lounge where there is an open fire. To the right of the entrance porch there is a corridor that leads to the bathroom and W.C. The kitchen diner is approximately 12 sqm and the living room is approximately 27,5 sqm.

The first floor consists of landing and two bedrooms, one with an ensuite shower room.

Leading from the lounge is part brick and double glazed UPVC conservatory.

The drainage is via 'Fosse septique' which is approximately 10 years old having been completely replaced. The house has hot water and heating via an electric heat pump, which was installed only a few years ago.

To the right of the property there is a garage of approximately 13.3 sqm and adjoining this there is a workshop of 13,5 sqm. To the garden side of the garage, is a veranda of approximately 16 sqm.

The garden is large and mainly lawn with trees and shrubs, it is thought that there is a well in the garden, but this cannot be confirmed.

The property is fully furnished and also included within the sale is a 2014 Renault manual car.

· Plot Size: 1,185.87 sqm
· Parking: Off street parking for several vehicles and garage
· Distance to the sea: 196.34 km / 2.12 hours (La Rochelle)
· Golf Course: Golf De Rosiers 29,8km from Montmorillon


Only 6,3km away from the property, you can find Montmorillon town.

Montmorillon, known as the "City of Writing and Book Professions", is a charming town pleasantly located on both sides of the River Gartempe. it is a popular destination thanks to its pretty river banks, Gothic bridge, old houses, monuments like the 12th-century Octagon and Notre-Dame church with its Sainte-Catherine crypt which contains magnificent frescoes, and the medieval district of Brouard where bookshops and craft workshops abound.

Crossed by the Gartempe, a beautiful river in the region, Montmorillon also benefits from an exceptional natural setting where green spaces abound. Gastronomy is also honored in this city Poitiers, in particular through the ground, stuffed Poitevin, or more particularly, the famous macaroons Montmorillon.

The clay mineral montmorillonite was named after Montmorillon after its discovery there in 1847.

Nearest City

The city of Poitiers is centrally placed in the Poitou-Charentes region, of which it is the administrative capital. Slightly off the main tourist routes, Poitiers is none the less a town steeped in history and this has resulted in a city with a picturesque medieval centre containing numerous sites of interest.

Poitiers is also a university city (the second oldest in France after Paris and the town with one of the biggest student populations) which means it has a vibrant night life and lots of cultural activities. Previous students include Descartes and Francis Bacon.

A city of art and history, still known as "Ville aux cent clochers" the centre of town is picturesque and its streets include predominantly historical architecture and half-timbered houses, especially religious architecture, mostly from the Romanesque period ; including notably the Saint-Jean baptistery (4th century), the hypogeum of the Dunes (7th century), the Notre-Dame-la-Grande church (12th century), the Saint-Porchaire church (12th century) or the Saint-Pierre cathedral (end of the 12th century) as well as the courthouse (12th century), former palace of the Counts of Poitou, Dukes of Aquitaine, where the Queen of France and England Eleanor of Aquitaine held her court.

The city's name is associated with two major battles that took place in the area. The first, in 732, also known as the Battle of Tours (to avoid confusion with the second), saw the Franks commanded by Charles Martel defeat an expeditionary army of the Umayyad Caliphate. The second, in 1356, was one of the key battles of the Hundred Years' War. it saw the defeat of a larger French royal army by the English and the capture of John ii by the victorious Prince of Wales.

The Poitiers agglomeration, located halfway between Paris and Bordeaux, is home to the Futuroscope technopole, which includes major public and private companies of national scope, as well as leading European research laboratories. With 2 million visitors annually, Futuroscope is the leading tourist site in Nouvelle-Aquitaine and the third most popular amusement park in France after Disneyland Paris and the Puy du Fou.

Nearest Airports

Poitiers-Baird Airport - 80.3km
Limoges France Airport - 80km


Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom & 1 WC on ground floor, shower room on first floor.
Separate Workshop
Large garden
Plot Size: 1,185.87 sqm
Country & rural views
2014 Renault car included

Currently the property is going through probate, although this is nearly finalisation.
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