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Located in a quiet rural hamlet, this house has been tastefully restored and improved to offer a perfect bolthole or country home for a retired couple. The house is constructed from stone under a lauze roof and has been tastefully extended to the rear. It benefits from a new gas central heating. To the rear of the house is an easily managed garden with terrace area, trees and shrubs, backing on to open fields.
Stone steps lead up to the entrance into the Living room
Living Room, 4.8m x 4.7m2, beamed ceiling with imposing stone and oak fireplace with Godin wood burning stove, double aspect,2 radiators, stairs to first floor, opening to rea of the living room with steps down into kitchen. To the right of the fireplace is a door to the bedroom.
Kitchen, approximately 13m2, L-shaped, triple aspect, tiled floor, part-fitted kitchen with built under oven, gas hob, single bowl inset sink , space for dishwasher and fridge, dining area. Door out to rear garden.
Bedroom, 4.7m x 4m, double aspect, beamed ceiling, original timber floor,2 radiators, vanity unt and shower enclosure. In the wall o the rear is a part-revealed stoneeviersink.
Small landing, 3.6m x 2.4m, radiator.
Bathroom, 2.9m x 2.2m, pedestal wash basin, close coupled w.c., and a short, drop in bath.(1.1m long), cushion flooring and recess storage area. Radiator. A door from the bathroom leads into;
The Attic, 6m x 3.3m, mansarded, part boarded ceiling. Original timber floor. Skylight. Ample space to convert to second bedroom.
Lower ground floor.
Cave 1, 5.3m x 4.5m, double wooden door (1.87m wide). Wall hung Vaillant gas boiler. Compressed earth floor.
Cave 2, 4.6m x 4.6m, concrete floor, plumbing for washing machine. Remains of bread oven.
The Garden. Accessed either from the kitchen or through a gate to the side of the house. A large sterrace area with shrubs, bushes and trees. An above ground gas cylinder screened from the terrace area by bushes.