1 050 000 €

Type of property House
Area 220 m2
Room(s) 6
Exterior Terrasse
Current Empire style
Condition To live in
Reference LR414

The charm of stone
The potential for addiction
The neat and harmonious layout


Early 19th century architecture, this 220 m2 farmhouse extends over 1,150 m2 of land, in the town of Thairé to the south of La Rochelle.

The house is spread over two levels and has been redesigned in the spirit of a family home. The authentic character of the place has been enhanced through its recent renovation. There is an atmosphere that is both warm and delicate. The travertine floor and grooved oak doors match harmoniously. The different spaces have been designed to coexist while preserving everyone's privacy. The kitchen is organized into two spaces, the first facing the dining room, the second opening onto the garden. The dining room is built around the original stone fireplace, which has been preserved and sandblasted. A first bedroom, also facing the garden, and its bathroom allow living on one level. The library lounge area and its wood stove benefit, like the other living rooms, from through and diffused light, and from a clear view of the garden and its wooden terrace. Upstairs, the five bedrooms including the master suite with its own bathroom, as well as two shower rooms and a bathroom have been redesigned in soft, mineral tones.
A 45 m2 cellar on two levels can also be converted and still offers potential to the premises. Three parking spaces and a large heated swimming pool complete the package, in an environment that is both calm and in the center of the town.

Charm and authenticity for this beautiful stone building with an obvious sweetness of life