A large luxurious home awaiting renovation, with a swimming pool, stables outbuildings and 10 hectares, on the edge of Brenne Regional Nature Park.
Between the spa resort of La-Roche-Posay (15 minutes away) and Brenne Regional Nature Park, 35 minutes from Châtellerault TGV train station, with 90-minute links to Paris and 2½-hour links to Charles-de-Gaulle airport. Saint-Savin Abbey, classified as a World Heritage site by Unesco, is 25 minutes away and Angles-sur-l'Anglin, classed as one of Frances most beautiful villages, is 10 minutes away.
On a wide plain, bordered by trees, a little road leads to this propertys discreet entrance. The first buildings accommodate or have accommodated animals. The houses then come into sight on the right-hand side, with the guest house, followed by the main residence and, straight on, the last of the outbuildings, set in a curve creating a wide courtyard. And finally, meadows come into view.
The house and the guest house face south-west and, therefore, benefit from vast views of the parklands, extending over 3 hectares, on the edge of which is a concealed swimming pool.
The houseThis residence comprises a main building which, on the courtyard side, was carefully balanced via the creation of five windows set out over the ground and first floors, topped with roof dormers and chimney stacks. The entrance door is marked by two pilasters. The facade facing the garden is exactly the same as that looking out over the courtyard. On one of its sides, another lower construction extends the building. Its courtyard facade opens via two doors and a window. A window in a bedroom looks out over the parklands, as does the window and French window in the living room.
The residence can be entered via the main house or via the extension which could, moreover, become a self-contained dwelling. The hall in the main house provides access to a corridor which leads, left, to a kitchen as well as a dining room and, right, to the stairway and a study, with an adjoining lounge. A guest toilet is at the end of the corridor. The kitchen windows look out over the courtyard and the east side of the parklands. A tall fireplace is set in one corner. This kitchen communicates with the dining room. The latter, with a marble fireplace, opens on the east and south sides on to the parklands. The study is on the other side of the corridor, not far from a French window providing access to the parklands. And lastly, double doors open into the lounge, with its fireplace. All the windows in the study and the lounge look out over the parklands. The ceilings in the main house are 3 m high.
A small hall area near to the stairway leads to a pantry and to the section of living space which could become independent. Here, a second oblong hall houses another stairway and leads to a second kitchen which, in turn, leads to a south-facing lounge and bedroom, both looking out over the parklands. The lounge provides access to a shower room, with a toilet, and to a cellar.
The wooden stairway in the main residence goes up to a corridor, similar to that on the ground floor. It provides access, left, to a first bedroom, followed by a second, with a bathroom, including a toilet, at the end. On the left-hand side are two other bedrooms, one of which adjoins a bathroom. The exceptionally tall ceilings in this section are 3.50 m high.
The bathroom opens into a corridor which leads to a bedroom and to an attic, where a toilet and a bathroom have been installed. The attic, toilet and bathroom are in need of renovation and conversion works. Also in the corridor, the other wooden stairway provides access to the second hall.
The guest houseCompletely independent from the main residence, this guest house ...
Wohnfläche: 540,00 m², Anzahl der Schlafzimmer: 6, Anzahl der Badezimmer: 3, Bundesland: Poitou-Charentes