The front door opens into the main living room (32m2) with tiled floor, exposed stone feature wall, exposed beam ceiling and a large fireplace. To one corner is a kitchen area, leaving plenty of space for a sitting area and informal dining space.
To the right of the living room an archway leads through to the dining room (16m2) with wooden floor, exposed stone walls and a very pretty (but non-functioning) marble fireplace. To the back of the dining room a bespoke staircase rises to the first floor.
Off the first floor landing are two double bedrooms (20m2 and 15m2) each with wooden floors and south-facing views over the courtyard. To the far end of the landing is a modern shower room (shower and wash-basin) next to which is a separate WC.
Attached to the house and accessible from both the courtyard and via a door in the living room, is a large outbuilding (42m2) into which it could be possible (subject to planning) and fairly easy to extend the habitable accommodation. There are already water and electricity points.
Next to this, and forming one side of the courtyard, is another larger barn (160m2) with attractive arched entrances. Again, this building offers development potential.
The house sits in a large walled courtyard, mainly laid to gravel. There is a large mulberry tree which offers shade, next to which is a barbecue area.
A door in the larger barn opens onto another garden - this time planted with mature trees and shrubs, walkways and areas of lawn. In the centre is a lily pond with a charming foot-bridge crossing it. This garden has a lovely view of the church and has its own access from the village lane.
This pretty house, set in a small village, already offers comfortable accommodation which could easily be extended into the adjoining barn if desired (subject to permission). The riverside market town of Jarnac is just a short drive.