Stone house, outbuildings in over 1 acre of land, Deux-Sèvres, Nouvelle Aquitaine
This character property is situated on the very outer edge of a lovely village; in between the market towns of Couhe and Lezay and within walking distance to the shop/bar. This house offers 150m2 of habitable space over 2 levels and range of outbuildings. Entrance hall 8m2 with flagstone floor, staircase and a separate wc with hand basin. Traditional living room 30m2 has the original flagstone floor, high beamed ceiling, super charentaise stone fireplace and double aspect windows. There is a fitted kitchen 16.50m2 again with double aspect windows, tiled floor, fireplace with wood burning insert fire, breakfast area and a door through to a large workshop of 30m2 which could be transformed into a further reception room. On the first floor a large landing 43m2 with wood paneled walls and exposed trusses. A hallway leads to 3 bedrooms 17, 15 + 10.50m2 all have laminate wood floors and wood ceilings. Shower room with wc. The house benefits from double glazing on the ground floor and gas central heating. Attached to the house are former stables of 37.50m2 with cobble floor and full height roof permitting the insertion of a 1st floor if required. There is a large hangar 89m2 which has been reroofed and barn of 82m2. Garden, vegetable plot, orchard all set on 4450m2 of land.