Euroresales Property iD- 9825272This lovely restored two bedroom farmhouse, with a private enclosed garden and outbuildings, on a plot of 2359m2, is set back from the road. At a five minute walk is a further plot of 2.3 hectares of land and wood.Located on the outskirts of the village of Teilhet set back from the road. At 8km you will find the town of St Eloy les Mines and at 10km the town of St Gervais d’Auvergne both have all the amenities you should need (shops, schools, banks, restaurants and a large lake used for both fishing and swimming). The medieval town of Montlucon is at 40km and the city of Clermont Ferrand is 64km away, you will find train stations at both places and an airport at Clermont Ferrand.This lovely restored farmhouse offers 150m2 of habitable space comprising of :Ground floor :Entrance hall with storage and utility room (17m2).Kitchen (24m2) with woodburner. Door to rear terrace.large living room (33m2) with a fireplace and stairs leading to the 1st floor.dining room (23m2) with patio doors leading onto the terrace.First floor :Two double bedrooms (21m2, 16m2).Office (7m2).Shower room with toilet.Outside :Large outbuildings (90m2, 120m2) and a cellar.Terrace.Private parking.The property has an easy to manage flat garden with views over the countryside. There are wells at the back and one at the front.At a short distance is a further plot of 2.3 hectares of land and woodland.in addition to the woodburners are electric radiators, the property has double glazing and a septic tank that does not conform.Viewing highly recommended.About the Area:Auvergne has an area of 26,013 square kilometres (10,044 sq mi), which is 4.8% of France’s total area. Auvergne is one of the smallest regions in France.Auvergne is known for its mountain ranges and dormant volcanoes. Together the Monts Dore and the Chaine des Puys include 80 volcanoes. The Puy de Dome is the highest volcano in the region, with an altitude of 1,465 metres (4,806 ft). The Sancy Massif in the Monts Dore is the highest point in Auvergne (1,886 metres (6,188 ft)).The northern part is covered in hills, while the southern portion is mountainous and dotted with pastures. The Forest of Troncais covers nearly 11,000 hectares (27,000 acres) and is the largest oak forest in Europe.Auvergne has two major rivers in Auvergne: the Loire runs through the southeast and borders the northeast, and the Allier runs from north to south down the center of Auvergne, with branches going east and west. Over many years the Allier river has created what are known as the Allier gorges.Auvergne has about 50 freshwater ponds and lakes. Some are high in the mountains and have volcanic origins. Lac de Guery is the highest lake in Auvergne.Auvergne is bordered to the north by the region of Centre-Val de Loire, and by five former administrative regions: Rhone-Alpes to the east, Languedoc-Roussillon and Midi-Pyrenees to the south, Limousin to the west, and Burgundy to the north.