Property SummaryThis attractive 3-bedroom stone-built house is in the heart of a popular village, within walking distance of the bar / restaurant and just a short drive from picturesque Jarnac
The front door opens to the entrance hall (with tiled floor and exposed beam ceiling). To the rear of the hall, under the staircase, is a WC. To the right of the hall a door opens to a room (13m2 - currently used as an office) with tiled floor and a fireplace.
To the left of the hall a door opens to the dual-aspect formal sitting room (31m2) from where a wide archway leads through to the living room.
The living room (47m2 in total) has a less formal sitting area with a decorative (non-functioning) limestone fireplace, exposed beam ceiling and an exposed stone feature wall. Next to this is a dining area, again with exposed beam ceiling and a pair of glazed doors opening onto a paved south-facing terrace). To one corner of the room is the kitchen area.
To the back of the kitchen a few steps lead down to the summer kitchen (12m2), above which is an attic space.
A wooden staircase rises from the entrance hall to the first floor landing, off which are three bedrooms (15m2, 15m2 and 9m2) as well as a shower room (shower, wash-basin and WC).
Beneath the house, and accessed via the garden, there is a cellar
The house sits on a plot of 1633m2 and the property is entered via an impressive traditional Charentaise arched gateway. To one side the garden is mainly laid to gravel, with space for a number of cars - next to this is a stone outbuilding which provides covered parking and workshop space.
To the front of the house is a paved terrace, perfect for outdoor entertaining, which in turn leads on the the rest of the garden, laid to grass with a wide variety of mature trees and shrubs.
This is a very attractive property in a quiet location near the centre of this popular village. The bar / restaurant is just a short stroll and and there are some lovely walks with great views in the surrounding vineyards. The riverside market town of Jarnac is just 6km and Angoulême, the department's capital city, with its shops and great transport links (including the new high-speed LGV train to Paris and Bordeaux) is just 30km.