Main house – needs partial renovation
The front door opens into a kitchen which needs refitting (19m²) with a tiled floor. To the right of the kitchen a few steps lead up into the living room (25m²) which needs work. At the end of this room, a door opens into a downstairs WC. To the left of the living room, a door leads to the garage.
A wooden staircase (which needs changing) rises from the kitchen to a bedroom, which needs work, with a reduced height ceiling (13m²). The staircase continues to a small landing which leads to another bedroom (13m²) again needing work and with a reduced height ceiling.
From the landing, a few steps lead to a second landing off which there are two usable bedrooms (11m² and 18m²), a WC and a bathroom (5m²) which needs refreshing.
A door from outside leads into a cellar (23m²) beneath the living room.
Second house – needs total renovation
Opposite the main house, there is a second house which needs total renovation. The current owner has knocked out most of the interior and this would need rebuilding. The ground floor is approximately 86m² and upstairs is approximately 40m².
There is a large garage (48m²) attached to the house which is tall enough to accommodate a camping car.
The entry gate opens into a courtyard which leads to a garden that contains some trees and well-established shrubs.
After much work these two houses could become two lovely rental properties or equally a main house with an attractive gîte or a guest cottage. They are located at the heart of the prestigious Grande Champagne region and are only 5km from the little town of Segonzac, the capital of Grande Champagne, with its shops and restaurants and the larger towns of Jarnac (14km) and Cognac (16km).