Charentaise house on one acre garden
Located between Cognac and Jarnac, this large house with outbuildings has plenty of land and could make a lovely family home after a little updating.
To the front of the house there is a walled garden with a large open-sided hangar, ideal for parking, down one side.
The front door opens into a reception hall (28 sqm) which has a period tiled floor and an attractive original staircase.
To the left, the living / dining room (5.6m x 5.3m = 30 sqm) is also tiled with exposed beams and an unusual stone fireplace. There is direct access to the kitchen and also an inner hallway.
The kitchen (9.5m x 3.9m = 37 sqm) is a rustic style farmhouse kitchen with and open fire and exposed beams, there is also a glazed door opening into the front courtyard garden. From the kitchen you can enter directly into the adjoining barn, giving the possibility of conversion to extend the accommodation of the house.
An inner hallway links the kitchen and the living room, whilst also giving access to a separate WC and a shower room.
To the right of the entrance hall there is another reception room (5.6m x 5.2m = 29 sqm) currently unused, it would make a great sitting room, after redecoration.
To the left of the landing, is a suite of two rooms, the first (4.3m x 3.9m = 17 sqm) the opens to a second, larger room (5.6m x 5.2m = 29 sqm). The second room is currently a lovely, large bedroom with countryside views, the two rooms together could be converted in to a master suite with bathroom.
A hallway leads to two further bedrooms (2.7m x 4m = 11 sqm) and (3m x 5.4m = 16sqm), both bedrooms have parquet flooring and the larger bedroom has a vanity unit with washbasin.
Adjoining the house, there is a large barn of approximately 90 sq m, which could be used to extend the house (as previously mentioned). Forming an L shape with the house is a second barn and also the large open-sided hangar.
In front of the house there is a large courtyard garden and beyond that a lawned garden, to the side and rear of the house there is a large piece of land that may be constructible (relevant permission allowing.)