Restored and enlarged between 2010 and 2012, this charming character property sheltered by a hill and overlooking the valley of the Masse enjoys good exposure. Despite being located in a hamlet, it enjoys a certain isolation. The buildings erected in gray stone around the 18th century were renovated under the guidance of an architect in 2010 respecting the character of the house and outbuildings including a beautiful pigeon loft bringing a lot of charm to the property. The entrance to the property is through a beautiful courtyard (c. 40 m²) adjoining a small walled by stone walls. The main house (c. 200 m²) offers 5 main rooms on the ground floor: the entrance, a beautiful and large kitchen with old fireplace, a spacious and bright living room with authentic fireplace, a dining room with fireplace and old stone sink, 1 bedroom with bathroom. The attic was converted into an area of approximately 100m², including 4 bedrooms, an office, a game room and a bathroom. In the basement, a large cellar with access to the terrace and meadows. Note: in the entrance, the old stone spiral staircase, terracotta tile floors, floors, antique fireplaces, ... Adjoining the entrance porch, a small house on one level (c. 90 m²): Kitchen, bathroom, office, living room, 2 bedrooms. Old barn to finish developing in studio and a garage.