Description of the Main building
Ground floor: Entrance into day room/library 28m² with archway and one step down dividing the space. Two windows to front. Glass paneled doors lead to dining/sitting room 21m² with open fireplace and original beams. Access to garden courtyard. Stairs to first floor. Open archway through to Kitchen 16m² with one wall of fitted wall and base units, gas hob, microwave oven and plumbing for dishwasher. Door to garden courtyard. Plumbing for dishwasher, stairs to first floor. Glazed half door leads to entrance hallway. Separate toilet and sink.
First floor : 1st Bedroom 10m² with view to front of the property, Electric radiator. 2nd Bedroom 16m² beamed ceiling. Electric radiator. View to front. Bedroom 3 13m². Original floor tiles. Electric radiator. View over courtyard garden. Family bathroom 13m² bath with mixer tap, separate shower cubicle, double sink, WC. Storage cupboard. View over courtyard garden. Landing area with storage cupboard and MCB board
Second floor: 4th Bedroom 10m² Currently used as storage room. Hot water tank could be boxed in. Window to front of property. 5th Bedroom 14m². Electric radiator. Window to front. 6th Bedroom 16m². Electric radiator. View over courtyard garden. Shower room 4m². Quadrant shower cubicle, sink and toilet.
Roof terrace on 2nd floor: Private roof terrace 13m² with shower tray and tap.
Large Courtyard paved and one area partly tiled. Stone walls. BBQ chimney, scope for an above ground pool and personal touch with plants, exterior tap and old stone sink.
Has been used for a holiday home for the past three years. Double glazed last year (window and door edgings to be filled to be tidied). Interior decoration dated. Large family bathroom could be modernized and divided into two shower rooms. Flooring a mixture of tiles; lino and parquet.
Bright sunny courtyard suitable for pool installation and all amenities within walking distance of the house in the heart of the village. A spacious property that could be modernized further without too much inconvenience.
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