Nothing needed, except to unpack and start to enjoy your life in the French countryside.
Care has been taken to upgrade this property over the last few years. Ground floor was renovated and new windows installed in 2011, gutters supplying rain water recuperation replaced in 2020.
6 French doors replaced in 2017, open onto the 1st floor terrace, overlooking the pool and taking advantage of the countryside views.
The in-ground pool (installed 2013) is salt water, has solar heated system and plastic lining; 4m x 8m and 1.2m deep and is surrounded by a sun-terrace.
Floors – tiled in kitchen, hallway and all of downstairs, with parquet in living room and first floor bedrooms
The property is heated by the wood pellet burner in the kitchen and individual electric heaters elsewhere.
Fosse septique, 3000ltr, was inspected in 2019 and confirmed without fault.
Telephone line previously installed (currently disconnected)
Living room 42.56m²
En-suite shower room 3.19m²
Bedroom 2 10.46m²
Bedroom 3 10.76m²
Small lounge 22.33m²
Games room 20m²
Bedroom 4 21.8m²
Laundry room 10.34m²
All measurements approximate.
Google Earth Image and Cadastral Plan available.
The hamlet is just 2km from the village of Bonnes, where you will find a boulangerie/patisserie, hairdressers and beautician. The town of Chalais 11km West, offering substantial commerce and services. Major commerce in local towns (see below) and a little further away in Liborne and Bordeaux.
The Gironde estuary is a short drive at just over 80km West.
Transport: TGV links and airport at Bordeaux to the South 95km.
Taken from the tourist info site https://www.bonnes.fr/en/
“Situated in the south of Charente between Aubeterre sur Dronne, one of the most beautiful villages in France, and the fortified town of Saint Aulaye in the Dordogne, the village of Bonnes and its 360 inhabitants will be more than happy to welcome you for a relaxing holiday on the banks of the Dronne river, famous for its fishing.
It is perfectly situated for day trips to the Périgord Noir, and to the vineyards of Cognac, Saint Emilion, and Bergerac, all less than an hour away; whilst lovers of the peace and calm of the countryside can enjoy outings on foot, by bike or on horseback along the numerous local tracks and pathways. Close by are also several historical monuments; a 16th century chateau, and the 12th century church of Saint- Radegonde and Saint-Pierre and its recently restored altar, and windmill – rising up proudly from the banks of the river.”
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