This 4 bedroom character property has a rich history. It was built in the early 1900s and was temporarily owned by Erwin Rommel during WWII. The house is in a quiet and idyllic location and sits on 4.7 ha of land, of which include 3 fenced lakes. The first lake has an underground source which runs to the next two lakes. The land is suitable for farming animals or crops, the property is even sold with 10 goats.
It is located in a village, close to Chevanceaux, on the Charente border, around 60 mins from Bordeaux. The house is habitable, but it has been left unoccupied for many years and therefore some work is needed.
The house includes a kitchen/utility, dining room, lounge with a fireplace, office, 4 bedrooms and a long conservatory.