Charming stone village house
Tucked away in a cul-de-sac, this pretty house retains original features, has a walled garden and is within easy reach of the historic city of Angouleme
The front door opens into the entrance hall with tiled floor. To the right a door opens to the office (13m2) with exposed beam ceiling, exposed stone wall and a pair of glazed doors that open onto the cul-de-sac.
To the left of the entrance hall a door opens to the dining room (25m2) with exposed beam ceiling, exposed stone walls, a fireplace and a pair of glazed doors that open onto the cul-de-sac.
Open-plan to the dining room is the kitchen (10m2) with a range of fitted units. Off the kitchen is a corridor that provides access to a store room, a bathroom and a separate WC. From the corridor there is a glazed door to a charming walled garden.
To the back of the dining room a doorway leads through to the sitting room (33m2) with exposed beam ceiling, exposed stone wall, fireplace and a pair of glazed doors that open to the garden.
An attractive stone staircase rises from the sitting room to the first floor landing, off which are four bedrooms (20m2, 14m2, 12m2 and 12m2), each with wooden floors. Also off the landing are a large bathroom (37m2 with bath, shower, twin wash-basins and bidet) and a separate WC.
To the back of the house is a pretty and well-planted walled garden. To the back of the garden is an outbuilding (26m2) which offers potential for development (subject to any relevant planning permissions).
Opposite the house, just on the other side of the cul-de-sac's lane is another garden of about 290m.
This is an attractive property which benefits from wood double-glazing. Mains drainage has been brought to the village and the house will need to be connected. Set in a good location nr Angouleme, this could make a great permanent or holiday home.