With the major renovations already completed, the new owner could quickly make their own mark on this attractive stone house close to historic Cognac. location
A door from the garden opens to a spacious kitchen (25m2) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling, feature stone wall and a range of modern fitted kitchen units.
To the left of the kitchen a doorway leads through to the sitting room (24m2) with exposed stone walls, exposed beam ceiling, a traditional limestone Charentaise fireplace and a door to the garden.
To the rear of the kitchen another doorway leads through to the dining room (22m2) with exposed stone feature wall and exposed beam ceiling.
A wooden staircase rises from the sitting room the first floor landing. To the left a doorway leads into a large dual-aspect bedroom (26m2) with exposed beam ceiling and a pretty Charentaise fireplace. To the right of the landing is a smaller bedroom (7m2) as well as a shower room (shower, wash-basin and WC).
A second staircase rises from the dining room to a small landing from where a doorway opens to a bedroom (17m2) with wooden floor, exposed stone wall, exposed beam ceiling and a stone fireplace.
A spacesaver staircase rises from the landing to another bedroom (23m2) with wooden floor, exposed stone wall and exposed beam ceiling.
To the front of the house is the walled courtyard garden with gates to the village lane. To the far side of the garden, facing the house, is a stone outbuilding.
The current owners have undertaken most of the renovation work (wiring, windows etc) and the new owner will be able to add the final touches according to their own taste. With just a little work this property will make a great permanent home and is ideally located for use as a lock-up-and-leave second / holiday home. The historic town of Cognac is just a few minutes' drive and the popular Atlantic coast is just an hour away.