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Located at the heart of this medieval village, this property has benefited from an extensive refurbishment paying particular attention to and retaining as many original features as possible , whilst introducing high levels of insulation, including insulation between the floors, comfort and finish. Heating is via high quality, eco-friendly electric radiators.
The house was originally a shop and the entrance door and the windows to the street have been created to echo that effect. The façade is rendered stone with some colombage and an imposing wrought iron balcony to the first floor.
Entrance directly into a large open plan, split level living room, 9m x 4.8m, with many original exposed beams, three dressed stone walls, an original oak staircase up to the first floor, and a staircase down to the lower ground floor. The room is informally divided in two by two full room width steps down from the tiled upper study area to the dining room area with wooden flooring and an imposing stone and oak fireplace with stone shelf to the side. From the living room, two steps lead down to the:
Kitchen, 4.5m x 4.4m (to include shower room). The kitchen is a light and airy room with beamed ceiling and windows running the whole width looking out over the garden and the open countryside beyond. The fitted craftsman built oak kitchen runs the length of two walls and offers a built-in single oven with ceramic hob and domino gas hob with custom built extraction canopy over. Alongside the oven housing is a tall unit with integrated fridge with freezer compartment.
Shower room, 4.6m, with quadrant shower cubicle, vanity unit and W.c.. Tiled floor and partially tiled walls and beamed ceiling.
Bedroom 1, 4.2m x 3.8m, high ceiling with beams, wide glazed door to balcony overlooking the street. Wood flooring. Stairs to attic. Door to:
Bedroom 2, 4.7m x 4.5m, beamed ceiling, wood floor, chimney breast with stone fireplace. Large window overlooking the garden and open countryside.
The attic, 5m x 5m, velux window to rear and skylight to the front. The two sloping walls of the the attic have already been insulated and boarded. The floor has been boarded. Walls at either end are exposed stone.
The lower ground floor.
The lower ground floor comprises two large rooms and a wine cave
The Utility room, 4.6m x 4.6m, tiled floor, double bowl sink unit with plumbing for washing machine. Cloak room with W.c., and wash basin. Arched doorway to:
Garden Room, 4.5m x 4.4m, tiled floor, wood panelled ceiling, glazed doors to garden with windows either side.
Terrace with level garden of approximately 100m2. Views towards the chateau.