This large townhouse (formerly 2 houses) has plenty of living accommodation, a garden and is in the heart of a pretty town dominated by a chateau. location
The front door opens to the entrance hall (1.7m x 7m) with tiled floor. At the back of the hall a door opens to the laundry room, off which is a ground floor WC. To the rear of the hall, to the left, a door opens to the kitchen (4m x 4.8m) with tiled floor, a range of fitted units and a glazed door to the patio and the garden beyond. To one side of the kitchen a door opens to the garage (6m x 4.3m)
To the left of the kitchen a door opens to the dining room (3.8m x 5m) with wooden floor and a glazed door to the patio and garden. From the dining room a door opens in the second entrance hall (with access to the cellar), off which is the sitting room (4.8m x 4m) with wooden floor.
An attractive curved wooden staircase rises from the second entrance hall to a first floor landing, off which are two rooms. To the left is a room (5.3m x 3.9m) which is currently used as a sitting room enjoying fine views over the garden, the town and the countryside beyond. To the right of the landing is a bedroom (4.6m x 3.7m) with an ensuite shower room.
A corridor from the landing provides access to 3 more rooms (3.9m x 4.2m, 4.5m x 2.8m and 4.8m x 2.9m), the largest of the rooms having an ensuite bathroom. At the end of the corridor a wooden staircase leads back down to the first entrance hall.
The curved wooden staircase continues to the second floor landing, off which are two rooms (5.2m x 4.7m and 3.9m x 3.4). The smaller of the two has a dressing room.
Accessed via the groundfloor hallway or the garden, there is a useful cellar beneath the house.
The house sits on a plot of 440 sq m. Immediately to the rear is a paved terrace which in turn leads onto a well-stocked and beautifully planted garden. To the rear of the garden is a small outbuilding, ideal for storing garden equipment and furniture.
This is a spacious townhouse in the heart of a pretty town with all facilities to hand.