Charentaise four bedroom village house.
A spacious restored Charentais style mansion, with wide mature garden, workshop, cottage, barn and panoramic views over the surrounding countryside. The town: has a bakery / grocer, a hairdresser, a primary school, with a school bus to ferry older children the nearby secondary schools and colleges. The River Charente, qui is ideal for canoeing and fishing, is a short walk down the road. The nearby town of Charroux, with ict trade, pub, cafes, restaurants, weekly market and famous abbey is just ten minutes drive away, whilst the larger town of Civray and adjacent Savigne with icts supermarket and DIY stores, are just 20 minutes drive. You Can Be in Poitiers or Angouleme in around year hour, or Limoges airport with icts. The mainline rail station in Ruffec est aussi Within very easy reach. The main house, dating back to 1830 has-been sympathetically restored to Maintain all the original charm and features. It boasts spacious rooms with high beamed ceilings, restored oak flooring, limestone floor hallway and an outstanding example of an original wooden staircase - this house is full of character and responsibility for fuels icts original elegant style. HouseGround central FloorThe, impressive oak front door leads into a hallway (7 sq m) with stone- flagged floor, access right to the sitting room (25 sq m) with tiled floor, original oak beams and log burner, and left to the Equally spacious kitchen / dining room (27 sq m) with solid wood floor, fireplace and Godin wood burner. First FloorThe original feature wooden staircase leads up to the first floor landing, with two large double bedrooms Both with original oak beams (28.5 and 28 sq m) and a family bathroom (5 sq m) with roll-top bath, hand wash basin and WC.The larger of the two bedrooms aussi benefits from a newly installed en-suite shower room, with shower, hand washbasin and toilet. Second FloorThere are two further Top bedrooms on the second floor (38.5 sq m and 27.5 sq m) with feature beams and original features. OutsideTwo sets of dual gates lead to a secluded, private, pretty courtyard at the side of the main house, qui is ideal for morning coffee, and Provides a great outside entertaining space more ample off-street parking. There is a variety of outbuildings - has broad barn attached to the main house, used as a aussi Garage and workshop,; (148 sq m approx.) a detached, stone-built workshop / studio (17 sq m), Currently used as a potting shed, goal Previously used as an artist studio; the old and stable piggery; Reviews another wider, ancient stone cottage qui Could Possibly be converted to a cottage if required (50 sq m). Behind the cottage is a wide sunny terrace used for outside dining Throughout the spring and summer. Further up the garden is a soft fruit area with raspberries and currants. The garden, qui is spectacular in the spring and summer due to clever planting by the previous owner, runs behind the house (2000 sq m approx.), With succession planting of flowers, and a variety herbs, shrubs and trees Including apples, pears , damsons and cherries, whilst, at the top of the garden, is a small field with blackberry bushes. If you are looking for a classic and impressive town house, with room for expansion if required further Top, Then look no further ..!