Vienne, Nouvelle Aquitaine
The front door opens to an entrance hall (off which is a WC and a staircase to the first floor of this section of the house). To the right of the hall a door opens to a large kitchen (23m2) with tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling, a range of fitted units and a glazed door to the garden.
To the left of the hall is a large L-shaped dual-aspect living room. This room has a defined sitting area (23m2) and dining area (16m2). This light-and-airy space has a tiled floor, exposed beams and two pairs of glazed doors opening onto the garden.
To the far end of the dining area a door opens to a room (8m2) which is currently used as an office. From here a door opens to an internal hall from which there is access to the garage. There is also a staircase to the first floor on this side of the house.
The stairs from the internal hall rise to a landing off which is the master bedroom (22.5m2) with airconditioning, a shower room (shower, wash-basin and WC), and a second large bedroom (18.5m2).
The stairs from the main entrance hall rise to a landing off which are three more bedrooms (11.5m2, 10.5m2 and 10m2) as well as a family bathroom (bath, shower and twin wash-basins) and a separate WC.
Integrated into the house is a garage (26m2) which provides useful storage space and which also serves as a laundry room / workshop. There is also access to a separate WC.
The property comes with two attractive outbuildings. Directly facing the house is a pretty stone barn, part of which is closed-off to provide storage. The remaining section is partially open to the garden and provides a wonderful outdoor entertaining area.
To one corner of the garden is a second outbuilding - open-sided to one side - which provides excellent covered parking.
Attached to the end of the house is a small outbuilding that houses the oil-fired central heating boiler.
At the front of the property there is a tarmac driveway leading to vehicular access via double gates. The house sits in enclosed plot of 1085m2. To the front of the house is a terrace that leads to a an area of gravel with mature shrubs. From here there is a lawn with a dining area. Beyond this is another large area of gravel from where there are gates to the lane. The design of the garden means that maintenance is low - perfect for those who prefer not to garden or for those who wish to use the property as a holiday or second home.
Set in a small hamlet just 10km from the popular town of Civray, this spacious house is well-presented and could make a great permanent or holiday home.
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