Currently used by two related families as a holiday home, the house is very informally divided into two sections (no physical separation of the two halves)
The front door opens to a large entrance hall (22m2) with tiled floor and exposed beam ceiling. To the right a door opens to a reception room (36m2 - currently used as a kitchen / dining room) with tiled floor and an attractive fireplace.
To the back of this room a door opens to a reception room (about 36m2) with wooden floor and fireplace. A door from this room opens back into the entrance hall.
To the left of the hall a door opens to a large dining room (30m2) with wooden floor and an attractive fireplace. To the back of this room a door opens to the original kitchen (29m2) with terracotta tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling and a large fireplace with bread oven. Off the kitchen is a large store room with WC.
Another door from the entrance hall opens to another reception room (31m2 - currently used as a bedroom) with wooden floor and fireplace.
An attractive wooden staircase rises to the first floor landing, off which are five bedrooms (39m2, 30m2, 26.5m2, 22m2 and 15m2), two bathrooms, a shower room and a separate WC
The stairs continue to the attic with potential for further development.
As a former Cognac-producing property, there are substantial outbuildings ranged around a courtyard (the largest of which covers about 400m2).
The house sits on a level plot of about 6400m2 and includes a courtyard to the back, a garden with mature trees to the front and a very large vegetable garden.
This is a substantial property with huge potential for further development.