Large family house, Charente, Nouvelle Aquitaine
About 20 minutes from Angouleme town center and the SNCF train station, large family house, built in the 1980s, with a living area of 313 m². THE HOUSING The house is made up, on the ground floor, of an entrance, a kitchen - dining room of 34 m², a living room of 66 m² with insert, a library lounge with insert of 32 m² , two large bedrooms, one with wardrobe, a 15 m² bathroom, a dressing room and separate WC. Upstairs, the staircase leads to a mezzanine serving three additional bedrooms, a second bathroom, WC. All of the rooms present large, interesting volumes (the area of the rooms ranges from 13 m² to 18 m²), the interior decoration being brought up to date. The price takes into account the necessary work. Central aspiration - Single glazing - heating by heat pump with fuel relay - convertible attic of 27 m² - basement of 210 m² approximately THE EXTERIOR Access to the property is via a large automated gate. It is located on a plot of 1.3 hectares including a wooded part, fully enclosed, with no close neighbor, ideal for having a horse or others. An outdoor terrace, facing south, overlooks a 6 x 12 chlorine swimming pool Fees charged to the seller Commercial Agent Angouleme is a commune, the capital of the Charente department, in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region of southwestern France. The inhabitants of the commune are known as Angoumoisins or Angoumoisines. Located on a plateau overlooking a meander of the Charente River, the city is nicknamed the "balcony of the southwest". French capital of the comic strip and designated City of Art and History, Angoulême sits high above the Charente river and is surrounded by ramparts. The old town has lots of interest: Saint-Pierre cathedral, which dates from the 12th century and has a high tower and remarkable facade carved in the Poitevin Romanesque style, a town hall with flower garden, ramparts offering a magnificent view of the Charente valley, mansions, lively narrow streets to wander around and numerous cartoons painted on walls. In the lower part of Angoulême, the National Comic Strip and Image Centre is a must. This place is home to, among others, a museum dedicated to the world of comics, which notably exhibits a magnificent collection of original drawings, and a library of comic books. It's heaven for comic strip fans! Not to be missed either, the famous Angoulême International Comics Festival, which takes place every year at the end of January. Situated on the Charente river in the buildings of the former paper-making industry, the Le Nil paper museum is dedicated to the paper-maker industry, explaining its history and the various stages of paper production. The Fine art museum, housed in the former bishop's palace, contains paleontological, archaeological and ethnographical collections (African and Oceanian art), as well as paintings and ceramics. To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Laurent Taddei, please fill in the form below.