The front door opens to the kitchen / dining room (18m2) with exposed beam ceiling. To the right of the kitchen a door opens to the dual-aspect living room (20m2) with exposed beam ceiling and a fireplace (with oil stove). A pair of part-glazed doors opens from the living room to a raised terrace form where there is access to the garden. This room is easily large enough for both sitting and dining areas.
To the back of the kitchen a door opens to a corridor which in turn leads to the utility / store room. From here there is access to an extension that houses the shower room.
A wooden staircase rises from the kitchen to the first floor landing, off which are two bedrooms (24m2 and 10m2). The larger bedroom enjoys a dual aspect, has exposed beams and a fireplace. There is also a cloakroom off the landing.
Accessed from the garden, there is a cellar below the living room.
Just across the little lane (a cul-de-sac) is the barn (about 40m2) that provides useful storage.
The property sits on a plot of 1011m2 in total. Gates from the lane open to a pretty gravel terrace, shaded by a couple of mature trees, which offers a great outside entertaining area.
The rest of the garden, at a lower level, is mainly laid to lawn with a number of mature trees, shrubs and hedges. From this level there are gates that open onto another lane.
This pretty house offers comfortable living space in a great location - there is a well-respected restaurant within walking distance, as is the railway station with connections to Paris, Angoulême and Bordeaux. The popular town of Mansle, with its supermarkets, shops and restaurants, is just a short drive. There is also good access to the N10 - the principal Bordeaux-Paris road.