House dating from the 1890s, with four bedrooms and beautiful views of the countryside and the Charente.
Located on more than 10,000m2 of land, with outbuildings.
The property benefits from PVC double glazing downstairs, oil fired central heating.
It is connected to mains drainage.
The roof was worked on in 2000.
The house is set out as follows:
* Kitchen (16.9m2): tiled floor, fitted, exposed stone wall, french window leading to the terrace,
* Bedroom (15.5m2): window, wooden floor, large closet,
* Shower room (7.19m2): walk-in shower, basin, window,
* WC (1.16m2),
* Corridor (3.6m2 & 7.6m2): large wardrobe, wooden floor,
* Laundry (8.26m2): sink, washing machine connections, door to the barn :
* Mezzanine 33.55m2
* Mezzanine 33.35m2.
* Office (above the laundry room (12.6m2): window, laminate flooring,
* Living room (26.4m2): tiled floor, French window, fireplace with open hearth, window, stairs to the first floor,
* Bedroom (17.83m2): window (single glazed wood), laminate flooring,
* Room (8.3m2): window, wooden floor,
* Bedroom (12m2): window, lino,
* Shower room (2.9m2): wc, Italian shower, basin, tiled walls.
* Workshop (28m2): concrete floor
* Garage (18.25m2): concrete floor;
* Workshop (23.67m2): clay floor, oil boiler (10 years),
* Cave (18.86m2): well, hot water tank, clay,
* Summer kitchen (10.75m2): on the terrace, tiled floor,
* Small storage against the house,
* Hangar (56m2) & second small shed for wood.
The department of Charente is located in the centre-west of France and is part of the Poitou-Charentes region along with Deux Sèvres, Charente Maritime and the Vienne department.
Its name as is often the case comes from the river Charente which snakes through the department. Two local dialects are spoken in the area, Saintongeais in the west and Occitan to the east.
Charente is a thriving department for several reasons, Cognac production is one of the most interesting and profitable industries, the export level of approx. 95% is a success, the consumption in France being only 5% (some say they keep the best 5% in France!).
The department has many typical towns, Angouleme in the south east for example hosts an international festival that attracts hundreds of visitors and is not to be missed.
The region is popular with hikers, bikers and nature lovers who like to discover the woodlands, lakes and streams that are part of this amazing landscape.
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