Attractive country house with views
Great Value For Money!
This 2/3 bedroom detached village house has a 1-bedroom independent guest annexe, a pretty courtyard garden and an outbuilding.
The front door opens to the entrance hall with tiled floor and exposed beam ceiling. To the right of the hall a door opens to the sitting room (32m2) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling, feature stone wall with wood-burning stove and a glazed door to the garden.
To the left of the hall a door opens to the large farmhouse-style kitchen (38m2) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling, fireplace with wood-burning stove, a range of fitted kitchen units and a door to a paved terrace with views.
To the rear of the entrance hall a door opens to a shower room (shower, wash-basin and WC).
A wooden staircase rises from the entrance hall to the first floor landing. To the left a door opens to a bedroom (12.5m2) with exposed beam ceiling. Off the bedroom is a walk-in wardrobe with plenty of storage space.
To the right of the landing is the master bedroom (33m2) with exposed beam ceiling and fine rural views. There is a third room off the landing (7.5m2) which is currently used as an office but which could also be used as a child's bedroom.
Also off the landing is a family bathroom (bath, wash-basin and WC).
The house and outbuildings sit on a plot 663m2. The door from the sitting room opens to a pretty enclosed garden with gravel terrace, a lawn, hedges, shrubs and flower borders. To the back of the garden is a covered terrace, next to which is a barbeque area - ideal for outdoor entertaining.
To the left of the garden is an independent guest annexe of about 60m2 comprising a living / sleeping space, a shower room and a kitchen with a balcony overlooking the countryside.
Below the annexe is a covered parking area, off which are a couple of little store rooms.
Attached to the house are two outbuildings (about 32m2 and 13m2). The larger outbuilding offers the potential to extend the habitable space (subject to any relevant planning permissions).
Across a little farm track is another plot of land - 506m2.
The house is set in small hamlet yet the popular little town of La Rochefoucauld with its fairytale chateau is just a short drive and the department's capital, Angouleme, is just a little further with its great road and rail links.