Large 15th century village house
Located in a small hamlet this large historic property is spread over three storeys, with impressive features including four grand stone fireplaces, a large garden and stone barn.
At present the layout is a large (up to) seven bedroom family home but this property could be divided into two, providing potential rental income.
The house is full of architectural features: stone fireplaces, stone window seats, high beamed ceilings.
There are two front entrance doors with original features, one of which leading directly into the spacious kitchen dining room (38 sq m) with stone fireplace, wood burner, high beamed ceiling and stairs up to floor above.
The other front door leads through to a central hallway (10 sq m), where there is a separate sitting room (27 sq m) also with large stone fireplace, wood burner and a second set of stairs to first floor. There is currently a second kitchen (11 sq m) just off the sitting room, which could either be removed to provide additional sitting room area or would perfectly support the plan to divide the house into two separate units.
There is also separate ground floor WC.
There are two very large bedrooms (39 and 24 sq m), one of which has also been previously used as an additional lounge, both with impressive stone fireplaces and wood burners.
A bathroom (5 sq m) with bath, hand wash basin and WC completes the first floor layout.
A further five bedrooms can be found on the first floor (14, 11, 9, 10 and 10 sq m), plus two bathrooms (5 and 4 sq m) and a large landing (15 sq m).
The configuration of bedrooms could be changed if needed, providing less but larger rooms as required.
A small front garden leads around to the stone barn (approx. 77 sq m), providing ample parking and / or storage space as required.
A former bread oven and covered area are located at the side of the house, plus an oak framed gazebo providing outside eating space in the garden itself.
The well established garden is private and has a good selection of fruit trees (pear, apple, cherry, fig and walnut).
The hamlet is around 3km from two small local towns (local amenities), 10km from the market town of Montbron and 25km from Angouleme.
In need of some internal updating and some roof work, this property really has to be viewed to be fully appreciated - packed with both history and potential..!