This attractive stone-built detached house is set on a good-size level plot on the edge of the village. location
The front door opens to the kitchen (16m2) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling, stone fireplace and newly fitted kitchen units. From here a wide passage (fitted with with matching kitchen units) provides a link to the living room (25m2) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling, attractive Charentaise fireplace and a pair of glazed doors to a south-facing garden terrace.
To the far side of the living room a pair of glazed doors opens to a sitting room (19m2) with tiled floor and sliding patio doors to the garden.
To the side of the sitting room, a former stone poultry house has been converted to make a charming bar / reading area with glazed doors to the garden.
From the living room another door opens to a hall off which is an office (9m2) with tiled floor and a part-glazed door to the garden. Also off the hall are a shower room (shower, wash-basin and WC) and a bathroom (bath, shower and wash-basin).
A staircase rises from the hall to the first floor landing, off which are three bedrooms (18m2, 12m2 and 9m2) as well as a wash room (wash-basin, WC and bidet). The landing itself has plenty of storage space.
The house sits on a level plot of 1581m2. There is a large area set to gravel which provides plenty of parking space - next to which is a large wooden garage. The front of the house is a terrace (directly accessible from the living room). To the rear of the house is another terrace, next to which is a small stone outbuilding. The rest of the garden is mainly laid to lawn and well planted with mature specimen and fruit trees. There are a number of useful wooden garden outbuildings providing storage and workshop space.
This is a charming house in a good location near to the popular towns of Cognac and Saintes.