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Beautiful Farmhouse with Pool, Barns & Tennis court (B&B / Gite potential)

5 Beds
4 Baths
Habitable Size: 225 m²
Land Size: 4,000 m²

Front Terrace


Wood burning Stove


Master Bedroom

Doors to garden

Master En-Suite

First Floor Sitting Room

Bedroom 2

En-Suite to Bedroom 2

Bedroom 4

Bedroom 5

2nd Floor Bathroom

Tennis Court

Covered Pool

Entertainment Space & BBQ Area

Pool area


Water Feature in landscaped gardens


Entrance to Cave

Games Room

Man cave

View to the Front of the House

Woodland path near the house

La Celle Dunoise

The River Creuse in La Celle Dunoise

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Region: Limousin Department: Creuse (23) Commune: La Celle-Dunoise (23800)

For Sale By Owner (FSBO)

For Sale Privately Private Owner
Currency Conversion provided by Lumon an FCA authorised Electronic Money Institution and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland
€390,000 is approximately:
British Pounds: £351,000
US Dollars: $378,300
Canadian Dollars: C$514,800
Australian Dollars: A$577,200
Please note that these conversions are approximate and for guidance only and do not constitute sale prices. To find out more about currency exchange, please visit our Currency Exchange Guide.
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Key Info

  • Type: Residential (Country House, Farmhouse / Fermette, House), Business (Bed & Breakfast, Gîte, Gîte Complex), Detached
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bath/ Shower Rooms: 4
  • Habitable Size: 225 m²
  • Land Size: 4,000 m²


  • Large Detached Farmhouse
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Tennis Court
  • Salt water Covered Swimming Pool
  • 2 Large Barns


  • Bed & Breakfast Potential
  • Character / Period Features
  • Double Glazing
  • Garden
  • Gîtes / Annexes
  • Lake
  • Off-Street Parking
  • Outbuildings
  • Renovated / Restored
  • Rental / Gîte Potential
  • Stone
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tennis Court

Property Description



Wcs: 5

A beautiful granite built farm house dating from 1880 with all modern facilities, yet retaining so much charm from original period features, including a covered saltwater system swimming pool, games room, and a full size hard surface tennis court. A new roof was installed quite recently.
Set in an absolutely idyllic location this property offers the opportunity to live the dream in this gorgeous property.
Previously used as a successful B&B the property offers so much potential to create a profitable income.
For the past 10 years however this has been a treasured family home providing many happy memories.
Barns and outbuildings offer even more potential as holiday gites if required.
Situated within a small but very welcoming and sociable hamlet, integration into the local community is assured by our lovely neighbours.
The spacious farmhouse retains many character features including beamed ceilings, chestnut floors, exposed stone walls, a Limousin stone sink and a large granite fireplace. Fitted within this fireplace is a genuine log burning stove that is the focal point of the room that generates an impressive heat output of 18 Kw, enough to keep you warm in the depths of winter! This is complemented by oil fired central heating and double glazing.


Large and light kitchen diner with a newly fitted kitchen and appliances. This provides plenty of work surfaces and extensive cupboard space and a walk in pantry.A pine welsh dresser is also included.
Appliances include a fitted Rangemaster oven is powered by dual fuel of bottled gas and electricity.
There is also a Bosch dishwasher, Siemans microwave, wine cooler and an american style fridge freezer with ice and water dispenser. There is a very substantial hand made Normandy oak table large enough to set 8 diners in comfort.
(The washing machine and dryer are situated in a separate room at the rear of the house, together with the central heating boiler.)
Dual aspect windows and a beamed ceiling help make this kitchen feel homely and welcoming.
Central heating radiators
Dimensions: 3.55m W (11' 7”)
7.20m L (23' 7”)


A beautiful, characterful and spacious room with beamed ceiling original bread oven facade, stone feature Limousin sink and a granite fireplace with a powerful glass fronted log burning stove. Original mid 19th century door from hall to lounge.
Part exposed stone walls tiled floor and 3 door bi-folding doors to the front patio enabling the fabulous countryside views to be seen and opened up to their best.
Rear door to decking and garden.
Central heating radiators
Dimensions Lounge: 4.78m W (15' 8”)
7.76m L (25' 5”)


This connected annex is currently used as the master bedroom and is a gorgeous light-filled and spacious bedroom with part exposed stone walls, a feature fireplace and french doors leading to a delightful small secluded terrace overlooking the landscaped garden. Central heating radiators and feature fireplace (not in use).
This room could easily be upgraded to form an independent Gite by renovating the extensive boarded out floor space above. As this annex has an independent entrance it could be segregated from the main house very easily.
Leading from this room is the luxurious en-suite shower room which has recently been refitted with shower WC and washbasin housed within a large bathroom cabinet. Large centrally or electrically heated towel rail.
Dimensions Master bedroom: 6m W (19' 8”)
5.2m L (17' 7”)
En-suite: 2.26m W (7' 5”)
3.5m L (11' 5”)


The original chestnut staircase leads to a further lounge/library and two further spacious bedrooms.
Central heating radiator
Dimensions Library: 3.43m W (11' 3”)
3.64m L (11' 11”)
One double bedroom has an en-suite bathroom (shower over bath) beamed ceiling and fabulous country side views. Radiators fitted to bedroom and en-suite.
Dimensions: 4.68m W (15' 4”)
5m L (16' 4”)
The second first floor double bedroom is served by the house bathroom (shower over bath) located on the same floor and enjoys the same fantastic countryside views. Radiators are fitted to bedroom and house bathroom.
Both bedrooms have original chestnut floors.
Dimensions: 3.72m W (12' 2”)
5.05m L (16' 6”)


Very large double bedroom with wooden floor and extensive under-eaves cupboard space.
Dimensions: 5.02m W (16' 5”)
4.95m L (16' 2”)
A further spacious double bedroom currently with 2 single beds.
Dimensions: 3.98m W (13' 00”)
3.92m L (12' 10”)
Luxury bathroom with walk in shower WC and built in wash basin. Further under-eaves storage. Electric radiator/towel rail.


At the rear of the property there is access to the extensive wine cellar or 'Cave' which runs below the house. This room maintains a fairly constant temperature throughout the year notwithstanding the exterior temperatures.
Also at the rear is a separate room that contains the central heating boiler, the washing machine and dryer.
Storage is not a problem as there are 2 very large barns.


The first barn offers storage options over 2 floors and houses a fitted office with desk, chairs and integral storage cupboards and an electric radiator. A garden room to keep all your gardening implements etc.
A games room with table tennis, table football and darts.
An individual storage room for general purposes.
A large 'Man cave' or workshop complete with substantial 'L' shaped bench, vice and electric grinder and belt sander This well illuminated workshop has lots of power points tool racks/shelves and cupboard space. Also included is a refrigerator and armchair helping to make the man cave experience complete!
Behind the workshop is yet another room that has formerly been used as a Gym. Currently used for storing sun loungers etc.
This cavernous building again offers storage on two levels.
Currently used for general storage, a log store and a garage. All sections have a power supply.
This unit offers real development potential for multiple Gites if required.

At the front of the house is a flower filled border surrounding the crazy paved terrace providing an ideal location for al-fresco dining whilst enjoying the peace and tranquility of this delightful countryside setting.
Around the front door is a beautiful climbing red rose whilst the three panel bi fold door frame is surrounded by an established grapevine complementing its charm.
To the rear of the house there is a large secluded wooden decking which ensures a sunny area can always be found. The outdoor lounge furniture makes this the perfect location for sharing drinks with friends and neighbours on a summers evening.
The large garden to the rear of the property has been designed to be as maintenance free as possible.
It includes a 9m x 4.5m outdoor swimming pool which is a saltwater system. This provides a much more comfortable bathing experience than the traditional chlorine based pool.
A new 'Abri' or sliding hard top polypropelene pool cover has recently been fitted which fulfils the rigorous French safety standards, and also extends the bathing season by 2 months as it heats the pool very efficiently. It also helps keep out falling leaves etc. The Abri is tall enough to allow use of the pool when covered so it can be used in all weather.

All-weather full size tennis court

A landscaped flower garden with individual flower beds and stone chipping pathways for easy access. This area has an ancient water pump as the focal; point and provides a restful seating area adjacent to the sound of running water.
An orchard with three apple trees a pear tree and two cherry trees. This area also has two quaint old chicken houses, long disused but a pleasant feature.

This old stone house was built in 1880 and enjoys fabulous views over the Creuse valley. The property is the last house in the village and is located in a perfect and picturesque peaceful position at at the end of a small no-through lane. A woodland walk starting from your front door of 10-15 minutes brings you to the lakeside and Creuse river.
There are many countryside walks literally from your doorstep and perfect if you have a dog!
The wildlife is in abundance, and you will frequently see deer in the nearby fields, red squirrels, pine martens, buzzards, woodpeckers and the elusive but impressive hoopoe bird.
The village is at the heart of the beautiful and unspoilt 'Trois Lacs' region of the newly named Nouvelle Aquitaine department and provides lots of opportunities for outdoor recreational pursuits such as walking, cycling, canoeing, fishing and horse riding. Approximately 4 kilometres away is the picture post card village of La Celle-Dunoise. Here you will find a delightful riverside bar/restaurant, canoeing, horse riding centre, school, doctors surgery and the all important Mairie's (Mayors) office.
A short drive in the opposite direction will take you to the lakeside beach of Le Bourg D'Hem where there is a charming lake side restaurant. A further restaurant is available in the village of Le Bourg D'Hem.
If you would like to 'live the dream' look no further!

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Significantly reduced
Currency Conversion provided by Lumon an FCA authorised Electronic Money Institution and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland
€390,000 is approximately:
British Pounds: £351,000
US Dollars: $378,300
Canadian Dollars: C$514,800
Australian Dollars: A$577,200
Please note that these conversions are approximate and for guidance only and do not constitute sale prices. To find out more about currency exchange, please visit our Currency Exchange Guide.

Location Information

Creuse (23), Limousin
Region: Limousin Department: Creuse (23) Commune: La Celle-Dunoise (23800) Location: Idyllic hamlet near La Celle-Dunoise View Large Map

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