A village house which offers options to the owner: a bedroom downstairs or a formal dining room, the choice is yours; no gardening, but private outside space, the courtyard is perfect; but if you want some green finger work, there is a wall bed and the possibility of lots of pots. Plus the current utility room could easily be made into an income generating holiday let – or somewhere for the family to stay. It even has a choice of entrance.
From the front entrance this presents as a typical village house, although it does stand tall between its neighbours. The front door has an electric sliding shutter, enabling the classic French front door, with opening panel to be retained, but acting as an excellent insulator. Elsewhere the house is double glazed. Entry is into the hall with toilet/cloakroom at the end, and living room to the left. This is a large room with beautiful “parquet” (wood planked flooring), fireplace and wood-burning stove. The door at the back of the lounge leads to the large bright kitchen, fully fitted and equipped with state of the art cooking facilities (oven and hob) – a cook’s kitchen. This room is the hub of the house, off which is the formal dining room – recently used as a downstairs bedroom – shower room, cellar and stairs to the first floor. Also at the back, double doors to the courtyard and rear access. On the first floor are three double bedrooms and the family bath room with separate shower and toilet. The house has a mix of modern facilities whilst retaining original features (oak beams, good wood flooring etc.).
The courtyard entrance is gated and wide enough to bring the car in to access the barn/garage – where the boiler and tank for the oil fired central heating is sited. This is an excellent sized space with plenty of room for workshop and storage. Across the courtyard is the separate building, used as a utility room this already has its own shower-room and toilet, sink, fireplace and flooring above – ideal for conversion if wanted.
In a pretty village with shop, bar, restaurant yet with easy access to the RN10, Chaunay, Civray or Couhé for every day shopping and the city of Poitiers for city shops, restaurants, and rail and air links to the UK.