Rare. Spacious 95m² Apartment in an Original Farmhouse, with 3 Bedrooms and Garden.
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Department: Haute-Savoie (74)
Commune: Les Carroz, Grand Massif (74300)
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Advert Reference: aptfermelachat
- Type: Residential (Apartment, Farmhouse / Fermette, House), Investment Property, Maison Ancienne, Detached
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bath/ Shower Rooms: 1
- Habitable Size: 95 m²
- Land Size: 420 m²
- Off-Street Parking
Apartment Lachat is situated on the ground floor of a savoyard farmhouse, dating back to 1753. The farmhouse was fully renovated in the 2000s by the previous owners and following the last change of ownership, itw as divided into 2 lots. The apartment benefits from further renovation in 2020 bringing more modern touches to the accommodation whilst remaining sympathetic to the original charm of the property.
The apartment has a total floor area of 111.82m2 (95.10m2 habitable) and features a beautiful living space with plenty of natural light.
The entrance currently doubles as a large dressing room. The refurbished kitchen opens onto a spacious living room of 36 m2. The old exposed timber, typical of Savoyard farms, has been preserved and sandblasted as well as some other authentic features, the old tiling has been covered with laminated parquet and the walls and ceilings repainted in white bringing brightness and warmth to the space. On the dining room side, a corridor leads to a bedroom of around 12 m2 which adjoins a spacious bathroom with bath, double sinks and a space for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
On the lounge side, a door opens into a 14m2 bedroom which leads on to a second adjoining room, currently used as a storage room but which could be used as a third bedroom or office. The latter has an independent entrance, a cellar and access to the attic which could be transformed into a mezzanine.
The kitchen and the living space open onto a large, south-west facing terrace with a flat garden of approx. 400m2. The original granite water trough has been preserved.
A small, privage courtyard adjoining the farmhouse has ample parking for several vehicles.
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