Large country property with flexible accommodation, pool, barn and plenty of land
This spacious property has main residence, an attached gite (which could become part of the main house), an apartment, another gite, offices, a barn and over 4 hectares of land.
A door form the garden opens to the a spacious dining room (5.3m x m = 27 sq m) with tiled floor,exposed beam ceiling, exposed stone feature wall and a pretty stone fireplace. To the left of the dining room a doorway leads through to the sitting room (5.7m x 5.3m = 30 sq m) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling and stone fireplace.
To the right of the dining room a doorway leads through to the kitchen (5.7m x 4.4m = 25 sq m) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling, exposed stone wall, a range of kitchen units and a pair of glazed doors to the garden. Off the kitchen is a large utility room (about 36 sq m) which houses the oil and wood fired central heating boilers.
A wooden staircase rises from the dining room to a large first floor landing (5.1m x 3.8m = 19 sq m) with exposed beam ceiling. Off the landing is a shower room. To the right of the landing a door opens to a bedroom (4.8m x 2.8m = 11 sq m - this room could be incorporated into the adjoining gite simply by locking the door from the landing of the main house).
To the left of the landing a door opens to a large bedroom (6m x 4.3m = 25 sq m) which has a mezzanine sleeping level (about 17 sq m). From here a doorway leads through to the master bedroom suite with bedroom (13 sq m), dressing room and shower room (shower and twin wash-basins).
A steep staircase rises to the attic floor which has been converted to provide two rooms (18 sq m and 13 sq m) - the larger being used as a home cinema space and the smaller as a child's bedroom.
The attached gite would originally been part of the main house and is easily re-combined back into the house with very little work. A door from the garden opens to a room (6.6m x 2.4m = 16 sq m) - originally the entrance all to the house it now serves as a kitchen to the gite. To the left of this room a door opens to a living room (4.6m x 4.5m = 20 sq m) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling and a fireplace. To the rear of the room a door opens to a shower room (shower, wash-basin and WC) which also acts a utility room.
A staircase rises from the entrance / kitchen to the first floor landing, off which are bedrooms (13 sq m and 18 sq m) as well as a shower room, a bathroom and a separate WC. At the end of the landing a door opens to the bedroom which can form wither part o the main house or the gite.
A steep staircase rises to the attic which has been converted to provide a room (11 sq m - with limited head-height).
A door from the utility room in the main house and a large doorway from the garden both open to a very large room (about 100 sq m) which provides useful storage and which has also successfully served as a reception / party space. The building was formerly a barn.
To the far end of the paty room a flight of stairs leads up to a space (9.4m x 4.4m = 41 sq m) which currently serves as a 2-bed apartment with sitting area, kitchenette and shower room (please note that the bedrooms are partitioned within the space and have no windows).
Next to the apartment are three large rooms which currently serve as modern, well-appointed offices (48 sq m, 43 sq m and 32 sq m) which could be converted to domestic use (subject to any relevant change of use permissions).
The rest of this outbuilding remains as barn and provides a large storage space.
Detached from the house and barn is a pretty gite with living room (33 sq m), two bedrooms (14 sq m and 10 sq m) and a shower room.
The buildings sit on an edge-of-village plot of 47460 sq m (over 11 acres) with three access points from the lanes. Part of the land forms the gardens with orchard and vegetable garden. The rest of the land forms paddocks for horses. To the rear of the house is the swimming pool area with a large heated pool (12m x 6m), terracing, pool house with WC, kitchenette and BBQ.
This is a substantial property where the current owners have undertaken a great deal of work - and yet there is still potential for further development should the new owner wish (subject to any relevant permissions).