Set in a small hilltop hamlet of just a few houses, on the very edge of a village, this recently modernised Charentaise farmhouse has very generous living accommodation and wonderful vineyard views. location
The front door opens to the entrance hall (17 sq m) with tiled floor. To the right a door opens to an extremely spacious kitchen / breakfast room with high ceilings. The L-shaped kitchen (41 sq m) has a tiled floor and an extensive range of modern fitted units. From the kitchen area a few steps lead down to the breakfast area (26 sq m) which has picture windows opening onto a wonderful view of the surrounding vineyards.
To one side of the kitchen a door opens to a very large utility room (21 sq m). To the other side a door opens to a hallway leading to the dining room (46 sq m) with tiled floor, high ceiling, exposed stone wall and two sets of French doors opening to the rear garden. Off this hallway is a ground floor shower room (shower, wash basin and WC). A door from this hallway also leads back to the rear of the main entrance hall.
To the left of the entrance hall a door opens into the sitting room (36 sq m) with wooden floorboards, exposed beam ceiling, exposed stone walls and a traditional stone charentaise fireplace. A door from here opens to a large room (30 sq m) with tiled floor that is currently used as an office but which could equally make another spacious reception room.
A staircase rises from the entrance hall to the first floor landing, off which are to bedrooms (20 sq m and 8.5 sq m). The largest bedroom has a fireplace, exposed stone walls and a spacious luxury ensuite bathroom (bath, WC and double wash basins).
A second staircase rises from the room currently used and as an office. This leads to a good-size landing off which is a bedroom (14 sq m) with a modern ensuite (shower, WC and double wash basins).
The first staircase continues to the second floor where there is a large bedroom (30 sq m - partly built into the eves and therefore with some limited head height). This room has an ensuite shower room.
Detached from the house is a good size barn next to which are a number of smaller stone outbuildings.
The house sits on a plot of 3596 sq m and the garden is mainly laid to lawn with a number of trees - including a large oak tree. There a particularly fine views over the rolling vineyards that surround the property.
As the house has been recently renovated, it benefits from double-glazing, new wiring and plumbing and gas-fired central heating.