Property SummarySet on the edge of a charming village in the prestigious Grande Champagne, this character house has fine views and is within walking distance of the village shop and bar
The front door opens to a very generous entrance hall (30m2) with tiled floor, exposed stone walls and double-height ceiling.
To the left of the hall a door opens to the south-facing dual-aspect sitting room (35m2) with a beautifully tiled floor and exposed beam ceiling.
To the right of the hall a door opens to a spacious kitchen (26m2) with tiled floor, exposed stone wall, exposed beam, high ceiling and a range of fitted units. This room is easily large enough for both dining and sitting areas. To one side is the former bread oven - which makes a very attractive feature. There is also a glazed door to a terrace and the garden beyond.
To the back of the entrance hall a short corridor gives access to a bedroom (15m2) with a door to the garden. Also off the corridor is are a shower room and a separate WC - making this in effect a bedroom suite.
A wooden staircase rises from the entrance hall to a galleried landing overlooking the hall. Off the landing are two very generous double bedrooms (25m2 and 22.5m2) both having exposed beams and one with an exposed stone feature wall and views over the village church. These two bedrooms share a bathroom (bath, twin wash-basins and a WC).
A staircase rises to a second floor bedroom (about 30m2) off which is a shower room - first fix electricity and plumbing are in place and the rooms just need to be finished off.
Next to the village church, the house sits on a plot of 1458m2. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and is well planted with trees and shrubs. There is a useful vegetable garden. Off the kitchen there is a terrace with lovely views over the garden and vines. From here there is access to a raised decking area designed to accommodate a swimming pool.
Set on the edge of the village, within walking distance of the village shop and bar, the little town of Segonzac (capital of the prestigious Grande Champagne) is just a short drive. The popular and historic towns of Jarnac and Cognac are both just a short drive. The department's capital, Angoulême, with its shops and great transport links to Paris and Bordeaux (road and rail) is just 40km.