The house is located on the outskirts of the lively town of Châteauneuf-la-Forêt. A village with a school, restaurants, bakeries, a large supermarket and a lovely swimming lake. This house is situated on a quiet road and upon arrival the wide view is obvious. Once you are in the garden you can't help but enjoy the beautiful French surroundings and the hilly countryside. In the garden there are apple trees and other fruit trees where you can make jam or cake in the right season.
Living area You enter the recently renovated house after a small staircase and find the kitchen on the left side with a door to the sunny terrace. Nice long lunch or dinner is now very tempting. The kitchen has recently been modernised as well as the bathroom, the double glazed windows, electricity and the roof. Opposite the kitchen there is a living room with also beautiful views. At the end of the hallway there are 2 bright bedrooms opposite each other. In the same hallway there is a renewed bathroom with next to it stairs to the garden level.
Downstairs surprise Once downstairs there is a charming and large summer kitchen with harmonica doors made in the former garage. As soon as the doors are opened you can enjoy all the beauty that France has to offer. On this floor there is also a room that now serves as a dining room. In this room the authentic fireplace is still present. Next to the kitchen there is a storage room.
There is also an insulated attic where there is plenty of space for storage.
Outside In the garden which covers 2.122 m2, there is a new roofed shed for storing tools and garden furniture. The car can be put under the beautiful and robust carport, which can also be well used as an outdoor space so that you can sit outside in any weather conditions.
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