€139 000 (FAI)**
Reduction from €162,000 to €139,000
|Surface||134 M2*||Plot Size||5000 M2|
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Lovely location for this south-facing stone house, that gives a real holiday feeling, especially the large covered terrace with barbecue where one can enjoy the long summer days. It has 2 bedrooms and a large living room with mezzanine. There's also a bread oven, a double garage and a lovely pond, nestled among mature trees.
Located near the commodities, 2,5 km (1 mile) from Cercoux and local shops, 10km from supermarkets in Montguyon, 11km from market town Coutras and railway station, 80km from Angoulême, 65km from Bordeaux (50mns via A10 motorway). And it's just 1h30 from the atlantic beaches.
A long driveway leads to the property. On one side, there's a car shed, on the other side, a covered terrace with a barbecue and a laundry. From the terrace, a french window opens onto the kitchen. Off the kitchen is a corridor with a storage room, a bathroom with WC and the first bedroom. A large living room opens onto the south facing terrace. Over the sitting room is a mezzanine that leads to the 2nd bedroom.
In the 2-acre garden, with mature trees and a charming pond, there's also a bread oven, a well and a large log cabin, currently a garden shed, that could be used as a garage.
House : 134m2
Storage room : 6m2
Bathroom and WC : 6m2
Bedroom 1 : 16m2
Large living room : 58m2
Mezzanine : 16m2
Bedroom 2 : 17m2
Terrace with barbecue : 22m2 and laundry : 6m2
Garden shed/garage : 42m2
Property fully-enclosed, gate at the entrance
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The Charente-Maritime is Poitou-Charentes' coastal department. Here, 420 km of sandy beaches are lapped by the Atlantic under some of the sunniest skies in the whole of France. There are also three islands, each with its own unique atmosphere. Inland, you won't struggle to find some incredible cultural and historical gems. Romanesque architecture features heavily throughout the department.
La Rochelle is the capital of the department, and is home to around 120,000 people, a great number of whom are students from the university. This extremely smart town has an active cultural scene throughout the year, regardless of the weather. You can stroll amongst the boats in the pedestrianised marina along the cobbled streets, and admire the two impressive 14th century towers.
Away from the mainland, the Ile de Ré is a large island completely encircled by fine and mostly sandy beaches. In August the population increases dramatically, mainly due to holidaying families.
There are a number of airports offering flights to and from the UK in the vicinity. Tours, La Rochelle, Nantes and Poitiers all have direct UK flights. It is also possible to fly to Angoulême by changing in Paris. If you'd rather travel by land then the TGV train service will take you to Poitiers, La Rochelle or Angoulême. La Rochelle and Ile de Ré are extremely popular holiday destinations and so have an active rental market. This means that the prices are going to be higher, yet still represent real value for money. There are a large number of properties needing renovation on the market, but close to the coast these are not likely to be cheap, although further inland towards Saintes there are still "bonnes affaires" to be found.