The front door opens to the entrance hall (15m2) with tiled floor and exposed beam ceiling. To the right of the hall a door leads into the spacious sitting room (32m2) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling and a limestone fireplace with closed foyer.
To the left of the entrance hall a door opens into the dual-aspect dining room (32m) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling and another limestone fireplace.
To the back of the dining room a pair of part-glazed doors leads through to the kitchen (12m2) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling and a range of units. A door from the kitchen then leads to a large utility room (11m2). This room has plumbing for a washing machine and it also houses the gas-fired central heating boiler.
To the far side of this room a door opens to a small internal hall which in turn leads back into the sitting room. Off the internal hall are a store room and a separate WC.
A wooden staircase rises from the entrance hall to the first floor landing. To the left a door opens to the master bedroom suite. This comprises the bedroom (22m2 with wooden floor and exposed beam ceiling), a dressing room (10m2) and a large bathroom (14m2) with bath, shower, twin wash-basins and a WC.
Also off the landing are two more bedrooms (25m2 and 12m2) both with wooden flooring, as well as a shower room (shower and wash-basin) and a separate WC.
On the far side of the courtyard, facing the main house, is a comfortable single-storey gîte. The front door opens to the entrance hall (off which is a WC). To the right is the kitchen (11m2) which in turn opens to a large sitting room (32m2). Open plan with the sitting room is the dining room (12m2) which opens back into the entrance hall. To the back of the hall is the bedroom (14m2) with a generous ensuite bathroom (bath, shower and wash-basin).
Glazed doors in the sitting room lead out to the gîte's small private garden.
One side of the courtyard is lined with substantial outbuildings which include a very large room (80m2 - currently used as a gym - with a shower room to one corner and a floor above) and a large workshop (about 80m2)
The house sits on a plot of 1974m2. To the front is the traditional Charentaise courtyard with an impressive arched gateway to the village road. To one corner of the courtyard a doorway leads through to the garden (mainly laid to grass). To one end is the swimming pool, next to which is a small outbuilding that now serves as a summer kitchen, overlooking the pool.
Just a couple of minutes' walk from the village shop and a short drive to Jarnac, this well-maintained house is in a great location. It benefits from mains drainage, double-glazing and central- heating (underfloor heating on the ground floor).