Entrance to a small courtyard full of flowers and sun where you can have a coffee -on the right side technical room (pellet stove) entrance to the large living room with wonderful light, heating fireplace, wooden stairs to the first floor. It does not escape you that you have a very special atmosphere here, light and energy play a big role. The room consists of two rooms - which have a partition in the middle that is open at the ends and therefore allows the whole room to be flooded with light. At the back of the window is a relaxation room with a sofa and armchairs, a view of the beautiful landscape and other hamlets.
The large kitchen also has an exit to the courtyard and is fully equipped. On the other side a bathroom.
On the first floor there is a room (study?), 2 bedrooms and a large bathroom. There is a connecting door to the other house. In one bedroom there is a staircase to the attic where there is a storage room.
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