Formerly a gallery / restaurant, this property has been converted to make a comfortable home - but offers the potential for a return to commercial activity location
The front door opens into a very attractive entrance hall (8 sq m) with stone floor and exposed stone walls. The hall opens into an informal living room (25 sq m) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling, exposed stone walls and a wood-burning stove. To one side a door opens into a utility/boiler room (7.5 sq m).
A door from this living room opens onto the covered rear terrace, providing access to the garden and the far-reaching views.
To the right of this room, a door opens into the kitchen (25 sq m in total) with tiled floor. From here a door opens into a sitting room (25 sq m) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling and a feature stone wall. Off this room is a WC. A pair of glazed doors open to the rear covered terrace and the garden beyond.
To one side of this room a doorway opens into another large reception room (about 25 sq m) with tiled floor and two sets of glazed doors to the exterior. To one corner a wooden staircase rises to a mezzanine floor.
The stairs rise from the entrance hall to the first floor landing off which are three bedrooms (16 sq m, 24 sq m and 24 sq m) as well as a bathroom (bath, washbasin and WC). The two larger bedrooms have a connecting door.
There are a couple of small outbuildings - ideal for storing garden furniture, equipment etc).
The house sits on a plot of 1373 sq m and has fine views to the north. The garden is currently divided into a gravelled parking area and a lawned area.
Most amenities are within a few minutes' drive and the market town of Mansle has shops, bars, restaurants, chemist etc.