The front door open to the south-facing sitting room (40m2) with tiled floor, a very attractive stone fireplace with wood-burning stove and a double-height ceiling.
To the right of the sitting room a door opens to the dining room (32m2) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling and a stone fireplace. To the far side of the dining room a door opens to the kitchen (20m2) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling, a range of modern fitted kitchen units and a glazed door to the garden to the front of the house.
To the left of the sitting room a door opens to a second entrance hall, off which are a bedroom (11m2) with tiled floor and exposed stone wall, a shower room (shower and wash-basin) and a separate WC.
To the rear of the sitting room a glazed door gives access to the conservatory (21m2) which in turn opens to the garden to the back of the house.
A wooden staircase rises from the sitting room to the generous mezzanine first-floor landing which overlooks it. Off the mezzanine are a store cupboard and a separate WC. To one side a corridor leads to two double bedrooms (21m2 and 13m2) as well as a shower room (shower and wash-basin).
To the other side of the mezzanine is the master bedroom (22m2) with its ensuite shower room (shower and wash-basin).
A door from the conservatory opens into a workshop (22m2) and then to a large garage/barn (75m2)
In the garden to the back of the house is a second outbuilding (about 75m2).
The house sits in a plot of 1417m2. From the little lane a very impressive stone gateway ensures privacy and opens to the south-facing garden to the front of the house. This garden is mainly laid to lawn with a number of mature trees and shrubs.
To the side of the garden a doorway leads through to the garden to the back of the house, again laid to lawn with some trees and shrubs. There is also a second gateway with access to the lane.
This charming and beautifully presented house is in a great location, hidden away behind its gates and within easy reach of the popular market towns of Jarnac and Cognac.