The front door opens into the entrance hall, (6m2) which is separated from the dining room by a large glass door. The dining room (20m2) has patio doors opening to the south facing garden. To the right of the dining room, a large opening leads through to the living room (23.4m2) with an attractive stone fireplace, with a wood-pellet stove.
To the end of the dining room a doorway leads to equipped kitchen (16m2), off which are a WC and the boiler room.
From the living room, a wooden staircase leads up to the landing (9m2) on the first floor, this space is currently used as a library.
The landing serves two bedrooms (9m2 and 13m2) which share the bathroom (7m2 - shower, bath and WC).
On the ground floor there is a large living room (44m2) with the fireplace in the centre which divides the room into several spaces. In one corner of the room there is a small fitted kitchen with patio doors that open to the gîte’s own private garden.
In the living room a wooden staircase that rises to a landing off which are two bedrooms (12m2 and 11.5m2), a shower room (6m2) and a separate WC.
At the back of the gîte, there is a lovely enclosed garden with direct access from the street which allows the gîte to be completely independent from the house. On one side of this garden there is a covered terrace with a stone barbecue and a workshop.
Behind the gîte’s garden there is a very large barn (about 142m2) next to which is a large garage (about 112m2).
The house appears in good condition, it is equipped with central heating fed by a heat pump combined with a town gas boiler. It is equipped with double-glazing (triple glazing on the street side). The gîte is equipped with double glazing, a wood-burner and electric heating.
Given its excellent location in the heart of this market town, the house would ideal for as a permanent residence - the schools and all amenities are all within walking distance. The gîte offers the possibility of an income if desired.