The house comprises two wings, one of which has been fully renovated, and is accessed by a 5m long entrance hall with two further halls which include floor to ceiling cupboards (one of which is 3m long). There is also a separate WC with wash-basin adjacent to one of the halls.
Kitchen/breakfast room (18m2) - has a range of handmade fitted kitchen units with mosaic floor tiles, a large seating area and access to the terrace and garden though a pair of French doors.
Dining room (14m2) - with tiled floor and seating for up to 10 people. It also has access to the terrace and garden via French doors.
Lounge (27m2) - accessed from the dining room through a wide archway and includes an open fireplace with tiled chimney breast and a stairway to the first-floor wing with its bedroom(s), bathroom and study.
Games room (29m2) - with full height ceiling (3m), tiled floor and exposed beam. It contains a 3/4 size slate-bed snooker table, dartboard and table football. It also has an original Charentais fireplace and stairs to another first floor containing 3 further bedrooms.
Bedroom 1 (14m2) has wood flooring with large French doors to a balcony with fine views. It also has an ensuite bathroom.
Bedroom 2 (13m2) has large floor-to-ceiling fitted cupboards as well as a shower and wash-basin. It is currently used as a guest or children's bedroom.
Bedroom 3 (12m2) has parquet flooring, exposed beam, double-glazing and ensuite facilities with bath.
Bedroom 4 (10m2) has parquet flooring, exposed beam, double-glazing and ensuite facilities with shower.
Bedroom 5 (9m2) has parquet flooring and double-glazing.
Bedroom 6 (17m2) has wood flooring and consists of 2 rooms (8m2 and 9m2) which are currently being used as a study and sitting room but which could easily be changed into a large dual-aspect bedroom with access to the balcony.
The garage (54m2) is accessed internally via the games room and has space for up to 4 cars with external entry through 2 large garage doors.
The secluded gardens lies to the rear of the house and is mainly laid to lawn with mature hedging and shrubs. There is a large paved terrace whcih runs the whole length of the house (9m) as well as a similar length balcony on the first floor with uninterrupted views of the countryside. There is also a 3m x 3m area of decking for al fresco dining. The seller has advised that it may be possible to buy a further 1000m2 of garden.
This would make an ideal permanent family home or for those who like to entertain having friends and family to stay. It could also be used as a holiday home given the easy-to-maintain garden and the fact that it is around 1 hour to both Bordeaux and La Rochelle airports and 30 minutes from Angouleme TGV station.