Very close to Gerberoy, a village classified in the "most beautiful villages in France" category, this late 17th century townhouse has retained some original remains. It stands on a plot of approximately 1000 m2, fitted out with its orchard and has two outbuildings and two beautiful perfectly oriented terraces. Entrance is via the side facade. A corridor leads to the left, the living-dining room and an office. A second hallway, distributes kitchen, laundry room, WC and access to the first floor. Period materials are omnipresent: beams, bricks and floor tiles, warm the space. The house being through, each room benefits from a beautiful light. The sleeping area, equally bathed in light, has a high ceiling. Two landings share four beautiful bedrooms and a bathroom with WC, with its dominant view of the church. The attic offers great potential with its exposed beams and large volumes, to accommodate a future workshop, the region benefiting from a great artistic reputation. A vaulted stone cellar completes this four-storey building. The two outbuildings serve as a garage, workshop, bread oven, barbecue, respectively. The proximity of large cities, facilitates access to schools and shops of all kinds. This house is perfect for a family with teenagers and telecommuting. Beauvais: 15 min - Amiens: 45 min - Paris: 1h15.