Superb 2 Bedroom Chalet with Land in Compreignac France
Euroresales Property iD – 9825043
This property is a former 2-bedroom chalet ( in need of substantial renovation ) Compreignac Haute-Vienne department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region in western France.
The chalet is situated on a magnificent plot of land which is 12 acres in size and has a spring fed freshwater lake of approximately 5000 square metres in size with an excellent quantity of fish ( carp up to 15 kilo and catfish to 50 kilo).
The chalet does not have mains power or water and consists of 2 bedrooms and has a large, open fireplace in the living area.
The chalet offers beautiful views of both the lake and surrounding woodland area. For the purpose of security it has been allowed to return to a natural state and would benefit from landscaping.
The East side bank of the lake has approximately 600 matured trees of various species ( current price €50 per M3).
The west side bank of the lake has approximately 560 fully matured douglas fir trees grown for investment purposes , Each tree is around 30 metres in Height and carries around 4-5 cubic metres of timber ( current price €70 per M3). There is approx €100,000 to €150,000 in timber apart from the value of the land and lake.
The surrounding forest area also includes Japanese pine trees.
There are EDF electric pylons crossing the lake.
Bedrooms – 2
Bathrooms – 0
Plot Size – 12 acres
Lake Size – Approx. 5000 square metres
Woodland & Lake Views
Distance to Airport – 10 minutes
About the Area:
Compreignac is a commune in the Haute-Vienne department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region in western France.
The commune covers 4,762 hectares. Compreignac is located 20 km to the north of the city of Limoges, approximately 10-minute travel along the Autoroute A20.
Haute-Vienne is part of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. it is bordered by six departments
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. 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.
Due to subsequent erosion, little sign of the crater is in evidence today apart from the geologic effects on the surrounding rock.
Compreignac experiences an oceanic climate common to much of Western France.
Most precipitation occurs between October and February. On average, Compreignac undergoes 35 days of frost and 7 days of snow each winter.
Temperatures in the summer months reach around 18-24°C.