The front door opens into the entrance hall (16m2) with tiled floor, exposed stone walls and exposed beam ceiling. To the left of the hall a doorway leads through to a large living room (35m2) with tiled floor, exposed stone walls, exposed beam ceiling and a large stone fireplace. The fireplace houses the wood-burning stove that also functions as a central heating boiler, supplying hot water to the radiators.
To the right of the hall a doorway leads to the spacious farmhouse-style kitchen (34m2) with tiled floor, exposed stone walls and exposed beam ceiling. This room is easily large enough for a generous dining table.
A wooden flight of stairs rises from the entrance hall to the first floor landing (4m2 - large enough for use as an office / library area). To one side is the master bedroom (33m2) with plenty of fitted wardrobe space and an ensuite shower room (shower, wash-basin and WC).
To the other side of the landing are two more bedrooms (11m2 and 9m2) which share a shower room (shower, wash-basin and WC).
Opposite the house is a stone outbuilding (about 46m2) which is ideal as a workshop / storage space. It could also provide potential for development (subject to planning permission).
The house sits on a south-facing plot of 2672m2. Between the house and the barn there is a lawn as well as an area left to gravel. To one corner of this space is an attractive dining area, shaded by a mature wisteria and a kiwi plant. On the far side of the barn the garden is mainly left to lawn with a number of trees and shrubs.
This charming house has been renovated sympathetically (the most recent works include a new roof in 2021) and offers comfortable living accommodation in that sought-after edge-of-village location. The garden overlooks the countryside yet the village restaurant and boulangerie are within walking distance. The market town of Rouillac, with its supermarket, doctor etc., is just 7km.