The house has been completely renovated, making it a "new" house with character elements: pointed stone walls, beams, stone floors, but still modern comfort: new roof, new septic, new windows, plumbing and electricity.
On the ground floor, entrance into hallway/reception room with burgundy flag stones, large burgundy fire place and oak staircase to the first floor. Behind this room the dining room with oak parquet floor and inbuilt cupboards. To the back the large kitchen with tommettes and wood burner. here also access to the lower terrace behind the house, a great place to be in the summer. here also views of the large plot of land attached to the property.
On the first floor very large living room of 45m2, with oak floors and cosy wood burner. On this floor master bedroom. Family Bathroom with typical bath, two wash basin, toilet and shower. Second separate Toilet, and Utility area for washing machines.
Stairs lead to two bedrooms under the eaves. There is a loft area above the barn, that could be developed further if one wished.
The guest apartment is next to the main entrance. This has a large living room with corner kitchen. bedroom to the back, and shower room with toilet. All in perfect quality and ready to continue earning money.
The 60m2 barn, can be used as a garage or work shop area. Under the house a vaulted cellar.
To the front of the house a courtyard, to the sides and back its own 13 000m2 of land (3 acres)
A great ready to live in character house, in a calm area, but not isolated.
Person managing this property
Benjamin Haas ( B4U )
Téléphone: +33 6 75 01 62 00
Address: Agent Immobilier SIRET 440 793 826 00031
firstname.lastname@example.org +33 3 80 20 86 20
opening hours: English spoken
Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays : 9:00 to 16:30
Tuesday 9:00 to 13:00
Wednesday 9:00 to 12:00
And by appoinment
La Champagne’ is undoubtedly one of the best known areas in France, given its caché by one of the most famous drinks in the world, ‘le champagne’. Now incorporated as the Champagne-Ardenne region, it stretches from the Belgium border down to Burgundy, from the Paris basin and Picardy in the west, to Lorraine in the east.