Ideal holiday stone cottage with courtyard and outbuilding in historic village

118 800 €   Area : 16230 NANCLARS

Details :

Ref H1204
Price* 118 800 €
Taxe Fonciere 610 €
Property condition Good
Living space 94 m²
Land space 150 m²
Number of bedrooms 2
Number of bathrooms 1
Heating type Electric
Drainage Mains Drainage

Features :

  • Terrace
  • Double Glazing
  • Mains Drainage
  • Seaside

Geolocalization :

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Description :

This lovely stone cottage is situated in a typically historic village of the Poitou-Charentes with it's medieval fountains, communal wash houses and wells. It nestles in a quiet street and offers a rat race free hideaway.  The property is accessed by double wrought iron gates opening onto a gravelled courtyard. There is a roofed terrace as well as a storage outbuilding.

The house offers a modern feel kitchen yet it has retained it's character with the open fireplace, a wood stove and the traditional stone sink. The living room with stone wall is next door. Upstairs, you will find the landing, large enough to house a desk and computer area, bathroom and two double bedrooms with wardrobes.

The property benefits from double glazing, main drains. Easy road access to the N10 for Angoulême.

If you are looking for a holiday cottage then this is the property for you.

*Price Details :
Price (incl. agency fees): 118 800 €
Price (excl. agency fees): 110 000 €
Agency fees of 8.00 % payable by the buyer

Room Sizes* :

Kitchen: 28 m², Lounge: 25 m², Store Room: 8 m², Bed 1: 15 m², Bed 2: 14 m², Shower Room: 4 m², Landing: 6 m²,

Outbuildings* :

* Room and Outbuilding sizes are approximations only

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