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This house stands in a hamlet, within easy reach of a town, where the borders of the French departments of Deux-Sèvres and Vienne meet. Just a few kilometres from Airvault, a little town of great heritage interest with its 12th century abbey church. Airvault also has all the facilities to be expected of a town with 3,000 inhabitants, such as a supermarket, secondary schools, several doctors, a dentist, etc. In the village itself are a primary school, a bakery and a restaurant. Poitiers, with its university, its teaching hospital its airport and its TGV train station, is just over 40 km away. La-Rochelle and the Atlantic coast can be reached in less than 2 hours.
This rectangular residence is topped with a slate roof, laid on a superb, sturdy, roofing framework with a hip rafter and queen post. The house features three bays, spanning three levels, the third not as high as the first two. Two 5 m high chimney stacks protrude from the roof, all totally redone thirty years ago. This residence is flanked, on the right of the main facade, by the low roof of the old stable, now a wing, one bay wide, comprising a ground floor as well as an attic floor and adjoining the neighbouring house. The walls, made of stone and earth, are covered with a thick, eminently hydraulic lime rendering. All the doors and windows are double-glazed and feature small panes. A canopy protects the entrance doors on either side. The total interior floor surface area is 280 m².
The current residents opted for a lush vegetation which creates a coolness during periods of drought provoked by climate warming. It is watered via a 40 m deep well on the property. This garden also features two ornamental pools. Trees such as pine, lime, red maple, hazelnut, walnut, fig and other fruit trees provide much-appreciated shade and, of course, a variety of fruit. Vegetables can be gathered from two vegetable gardens, one of which is closed on two sides by a dry stone wall. The orchard and the vegetable gardens take up a total surface area of 800 m². Shrubs, including spindle, are planted alongside a little decorative alleyway.
The outbuildings comprise a 52 m² garage-workshop, standing near to the property’s second gateway, on the side of the biggest section of garden. There is also a second, 28 m² garage as well as a little woodshed.
This haven of lush, cool vegetation is on one of those hypnotic farming plains, fashioned by the hand of man. The steep bell-tower in the village can be seen amidst the ears of wheat, just somewhat higher, like a permanent landmark. The house is warm and welcoming without being eye-catching. All the rooms are spacious. A family will be able to settle here quite happily once a few works to provide additional home comforts have been carried out. Friends, too, will be pleased to visit a region, easy to get to, with a natural and cultural heritage that people with taste are unable to ignore.
220 000 €
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NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.
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