Three bedroom house with pretty gardens and countryside views just minutes from the riverside town of Jarnac. location
This split level property is set on an attractive sloped plot giving the appearance of a single storey property front the front, where in fact there is accommodation across 2 floors plus a generous basement level.
House Garden level
Steps lead to a front porch which opens to a tiled entrance hall (5 sq m), to left there is an open-plan sitting room and dining room (55 sq m) both with glazed doors leading to the terraces front and rear. The sitting room has a wood burning stove and a connecting door with hall way and on to the kitchen.
The kitchen (19.5 sq m) has a good range of fitted units and appliances, an area for an informal dining table and a far reaching countryside view. There is also a small laundry area and a door leading to steps down to the rear garden.
To the right of the entrance hall an inner hallway leads to two bedrooms (14 and 12 sq m) both have fitted wardrobes and far reaching views. One of the bedrooms also has an en-suite WC and wash basin with room for a shower, whilst the other has a well appointed en-suite bathroom (11 sq m) with bath, separate shower, bidet, WC and wash basin. There is access to the basement from the inner hallway.
The stairs rise from the reception room to the two rooms on this floor, currently laid out as a second sitting room (16 sq m) through which the 3rd bedroom (15 sq m) and its en-suite are accessed. It would be possible to adapt the layout to create a 4th independent bedroom also with its own en-suite facilities.
There is an attic space of 16.5 sq m which is great storage space, or could be used to extend the current accommodation.
On the basement level there is a large garage, workshop, boiler room for the oil fired central heating and a wine cellar. As the rear part of the basement is not actually underground is could be converted into further accommodation. There is also a WC.
As well as the extensive basement there is a garden storeroom/potting shed and a pump house for the 8m x 4m pool (will require work or replacement). The front gardens are highly cultivated and flower filled, whilst the rear garden is of a more low key design and leads onto a paddock of around an acre, ideal for a small holding of animals, or at least a few chickens!