This lovely 3 bedroomed house with 137 m2 of habitable space, boasts stunning views over the Gironde estuary from the sitting room and all three bedrooms.
It comprises: on the ground floor: entrance hall of 4.40 m2 with a tiled floor, leading to a fitted kitchen of 9 m2 and a large sitting/dining room of 34 m2, with a fireplace and tiled floor.
This leads to a verandah of 3.65 m2 overlooking the garden and estuary, and from the verandah are glass doors to a long balcony running round the front of the house.
Also on the ground floor are 2 bedrooms of 14 m2 with large fitted wardrobes, a bathroom of 4 m2, WC of 2 m2 with hand wash basin, and a passageway of 8.90 m2 with large fitted cupboards.
Running down from the passageway are stairs leading to the garden level, where there is a large passageway of 12 m2, a third bedroom of 12 m2, also with an estuary view, a summer kitchen of 12 m 2 with french doors to the garden, a utility room of 2.70 m2, and a WC/boiler room of 2.80 m2.
There is a door to the garage (46 m2) from the passageway, and this has double garage doors to the driveway.
Taxe fonciere 690 euros per year
Oil central heating, ground floor level double glazed.
The house stands on 6279 m2 of land, which benefits from a fountain, and also has wonderful views over the estuary and the surrounding countryside.
Number of bedrooms: 3
Living area: 137 m2
Land area: 6279 m2
Construction year: 1974
Number of floors: 2
Heating mode: Radiator
Heating type: Oil
Number of toilets: 2
Number of bathrooms: 1
Number of balconies: 1
Number terraces: 1 m2
Living room area: 34 m2
Garage Area: 45 m2
General inside state: Very Good condition
The department of Charente-Maritime is located the Poitou-Charentes region of France. This department is surrounded by the Gironde, Charente, Deux-Sevres, Vendee and Dordogne departments. It also includes four islands: ile de Re, ile-d'Aix, ile d'Oleron and ile Madame. A delightful landscape of plains and plateaus where the limestone is used as the building material for traditional houses. Sandy beaches, countryside, hills and plains dominate the scenery with the Atlantic coast being second sunniest part of France, after the French Riviera.
Vitrezay, Maison du Fier, Marais aux Oiseaux, Cabane de Moins and Ferme des Oiseaux are just some lovely villages and towns worth a visit.
And of course there are the famous Poitou donkeys who have a particular appearance: white nose, shaggy coat, dark brown or black, tall and big ears (the Donkey not our founding director!). Poitou donkeys can often be seen roaming in the meadows, they are also a tourist attraction on ile de Re, where it is easy to pet them and even to ride them.
Being a rural department house prices in the Charente-Maritime are below the national average and if you are looking in the countryside or rural village location you are going to get the best value for your money.
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