This spacious house (with scope for further enlargement) is on the outskirts of Cognac within easy walking distance of the town centre and the river. location
A pair of glazed doors from the courtyard garden to the front of the house opens to the kitchen (19m2) with tiled floor and a range of kitchen units. To the right of the kitchen a few steps lead up to a small area, off which is a shower room (shower, wash-basin and WC).
Off the raised area from the kitchen a door opens to a reception room (19m2) with tiled floor and exposed beam ceiling. From here a pair of glazed doors opens to dual-aspect reception room (28m2 - currently used as the sitting room) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling and a fireplace.
To the far side of the first reception room a glazed door opens to a conservatory (23m2) which is currently used as a summer dining room.
To the back of the kitchen a door opens to the boiler room which in turn has a door to a summer kitchen.
To the left of the kitchen a door opens to an internal room (13m2), off which is a shower room. Another door from this room opens to a room (19m2 - currently used as a bedroom) with a door to the front courtyard garden. This suite of rooms creates a naturally independent annexe for those who require a "granny annexe" or perhaps space for teenage children - or even a letting unit (some upgrading is required).
Another door from the kitchen opens to a hall, off which is a store room. This hall then opens to the attached outbuilding.
A wooden staircase rises from the first reception room to a large landing (20m2) with plenty of space for an office area or for use as an over-flow sleeping space. Off the landing re two bedrooms (13m2 and 11m2) as well as a bathroom (bath, wash-basin and WC).
The outbuilding provides plenty of storage space and a staircase provides access to two good-size attic spaces with conversion potential (subject to any relevant planning permissions). Attached to the outbuilding is a garage
The house sits on a plot of 1584m2. To the front is a courtyard garden, laid to gravel. To the back of the house there is a pretty area of flower borders and shrubs which leads on to a larger area mainly laid to grass with a number of trees and shrubs.
The house is just a short walk from the popular St Jacques area of Cognac with its restaurants and shops, from where the centre of town and just the other side of the river.