A flight of stone steps leads up to a terrace to the front of the house. From here the front door opens to a very large entrance hall (36m2) with tiled floor and a high ceiling.
To the left of the entrance, a large wooden door opens into the fitted kitchen (36m2) with a beautiful parquet floor and a wooden fireplace. From here, French doors open to the terrace at the front of the house.
At the back of the kitchen, a double door opens into the living room (36m2) with a beautiful parquet floor and a marble fireplace. From the living room a double door leads back to the entrance hall.
On the right in the entrance hall, a door opens into the second kitchen (12m2), with a French window to the terrace at the front of the house. From here there is access to the dining room (36m2) with floor tiles and a beautiful stone fireplace.
In the dining room, a door leads to a second living room (36m2) with a parquet floor and a French window to the garden at the back of the house. Then another door leads back to the entrance hall, with a separate WC and access to the cellar under the stairs.
A beautiful wooden staircase leads up from the entrance to the landing (36m2) on the first floor which serves six bedrooms (36m2, 36m2, 18m2, 18m2, 36m2 and 11m2). Two of the larger rooms have their own shower room with separate WC. Then on the landing there is another shower room (4.6m2) with shower and WC.
The staircase continues to the second floor to a large attic that covers the entire surface of the house. The attic is divided into four large rooms, all with windows and a good height and could easily be converted to habitable accommodation if necessary (subject to the necessary permissions).
Under the whole house, there are four large vaulted cellars.
The front door opens into a hall (20m2) which is used as an office space.
To the left, there is a dual-aspect open-plan living room / kitchen with French windows to each side of the house. One opens to the garden of the manor house and the other towards the private courtyard of the house.
To the end of the living room, a door opens towards a corridor which serves the boiler room (9m2), a bathroom (6m2) and a separate WC.
In the entrance hall, a wooden staircase leads upstairs to four bedrooms (15m2, 10m2, 17m2 and 20m2) and a bathroom (4m2) with shower and WC.
At the back of the second house, there is a pretty private courtyard, with a large workshop (70m2 – with a bedroom on the first floor).
Adjoining the second house, there are former farm outbuildings, as well as in the courtyard opposite the manor house.
The property sits on a plot of about 14000m2.
To the front of the house a large gravel courtyard with a pretty pigeonnier in one corner. There are many trees to the front of the house and the rest of the land is mostly laid to grass.
This property appears in good condition, and offers a great potential to develop a business, thanks to the two completely independent residences. Situated in a charming village, only 5kms from the market town of Rouillac and 10kms from historic riverside town of Jarnac.