- 3 Bedrooms
Main house (L shaped) :
Outside stone steps up to covered terrace and entrance into - Living room/entrance hall - (25 m2) with large open fireplace and original stone sink feature ; Bedroom - (14 m2) ; small corridor with cupboard ; Bedroom - (12 m2) ; Bedroom - (27 m2) with fireplace.
Doorway from living room leads into the other wing which is the oldest part of the house dating pre-Revolution.
Vaulted Living room - (19 m2) with stone flagged floor, with ornate stone fireplace dated 1766 ; Further vaulted room - (13,50 m2) with fireplace and stone flagged floor.
Attic over the whole house which could be converted with good ceiling height
Cellars at Ground floor level
Cellar 1 - (40 m2) ; Cellar 2 - (36 m2) stone vaulted with a pizet cobbled floor ; Cellar 3 - (19 m2) stone vaulted with fireplace
Adjoining barn/bread oven - (20 m2)
Adjoining stone built stables - (28,50 m2) on 2 levels, with walnut drying store
No heating system
Many unusual original features of historical interest/fireplaces/carved inscriptions/stone floors.
Main Barn - (274 m2) on 2 levels with roof in excellent order and a slate roof
Barn - (61 m2) with one open side
Stone pigeonnier tower with attached barn/stable - (27 m2) used for drying walnuts
Maison du Metayer - (51 m2) on 2 levels with cellar at ground level and 2 rooms at first floor.
Well, gariotte or shepherds hut and piggery (ruin)
Land of about 15 ha. (fields and woodland)
- Countryside views