- Type: House
- Living surface: 184
- Plot size: 3386
- Bedrooms: 4
- Total rooms: 7
- Bathrooms: 2
- Heating: Oil fired central heating, Wood burners
- Close By: Recreation lake, Hiking & Cycling
- Special features: Pool, Wine cellar
- Languages spoken: Français, English
A Maison de Maitre on the edge of a hamlet and surrounded by beautiful open fields
Price: € 248 000 | Ref.: 1865 | Views: 1 337
Large price reduction for quick sale... A lovely and well presented Maison de Maître with double aspect which sits on the edge of a village just into the Vienne from its border with the Deux-Sevres. It is just 2 kms from the nearest small town for shops, restaurants and a small supermarket as well as doctors, dentist and pharmacy. Situated halfway between the University town of Poitiers and the historic town of Parthenay. 20 minutes from Poitiers airport and TGV. A very quiet location for this impressive house that has retained many of its original features. Needs to be viewed to be fully appreciated.
A bright and spacious home, with 3 large reception rooms, 4 good sized bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a very large attic and a large cellar. All bedrooms have original marble fireplaces and hardwood floors. There is a fully fitted kitchen with top of the range oven, hob, microwave and belfast sink. It also has fitted fridge and freezer and marble worktops. The main sitting room has a 15 Kw Jotul woodburning stove and a vaulted ceiling with French windows opening onto a large terrace leading to a large well-stocked garden.
It has a walled garden of approx 3400m2 with large outbuildings and an above ground swimming pool. The barn is big enough to make further accommodation should this be required. Other outbuildings and preau with bbq make for very pleasant summer living. The garden is planted with flowers, shrubs, plenty of fruit trees and soft fruits.
There is oil-fired central heating. The house roof was professionally re-slated in 2007. All windows and doors are double-glazed.
Many people are viewing this advert every week but few are enquiring further.
We are told it is a beautiful house.
The climate is arguably the best in France.
Access to the UK is very easy.
Can you see any reason why?