Property SummarySet on the edge of a small village, at the end of a cul-de-sac, this spacious, charming and renovated village house retains plenty of character features and offers scope for further development if desired.
The front door opens to a large entrance hall (28m2) with tiled floor, exposed stone feature walls, exposed beam ceiling and a large fireplace with wood-burning stove. Given its size, this room acts as a second reception / living room.
From the hall a door opens to a huge, double-height living room (46m2) with tiled floor, exposed stone walls and a pretty fireplace with wood-burning stove. To one side of the room a part-glazed door gives access to the paved terrace the runs along the back of the house, overlooking the garden.
To the left of the living room a door leads through to the farmhouse-style kitchen (28m2) with tiled floor, exposed stone walls, exposed beam ceiling, a range of units and a very pretty stone fireplace with wood-burning stove. A glazed door from the kitchen opens out into an enclosed courtyard garden.
To the back of the kitchen a door opens to a large bathroom (bath, walk-in shower, wash-basin, WC and bidet.
A wooden staircase rises from the living room to a gallery landing overlooking the room. There is plenty of space on the landing for a home office area if desired.
To the left of the landing a door opens to a double bedroom (29m2) with wooden floor and exposed stone wall. To the right of the landing a door leads to another large double bedroom (28m2) with wooden floor and exposed stone feature wall. It should be noted the it could be possible to open up one of the wall to gain access to the a room that is currently accessible from the attached outbuilding.
Attached to the house is a stone barn (45m2) which currently provides garage and storage space as well as offering a shower room (shower, wash-basin and WC). A staircase rises to a gallery landing from where there is a door to the third bedroom (10m2). This room lies next to the second bedroom in the main house.
Next to this is a second barn which offers scope for development into habitable accommodation if desired (and subject to permission).
In addition to this there is a walled parking area (with plenty of space for a number of cars) opposite the house.
The property comes with about 3063m2 of gardens and land. To the front of the house is an attractive walled courtyard. The the side and back of the house the garden is mainly left to lawn with a number of flower borders and mature trees and shrubs. One side of the garden is bordered by a small stream with an attractive stone "lavoir"
This is a charming property in a lovely location just a short drive from the popular little market town of Mansle. It has benefited from substantial renovation works and provides a very comfortable home. With very good transport links within easy reach, this could make a great permanent residence or a peaceful holiday home.