REDUCED in price - A most attractive Quercy stone village house with sunny courtyard garden in a quiet hamlet close to the hilltop bastide village of Lauzerte, Tarn et Garonne.
A very spacious (175m2) and tastefully renovated home in a quiet location, yet just a few minutes drive from shops and restaurants at Lauzerte.
Sunny garden (60m2) with patio and lawn area, ideal for taking the sun and al fresco dining. Large, beamed kitchen/dining room with tiled floor and fully fitted with kitchen units and white goods. Rear utility room off.
Up the stone stairs to the spacious (30m2) and light living room with beamed ceiling, pine floor, fireplace with woodburning stove and double aspect to far reaching views. Small hall/study area. Double bedroom 1 (20m2) with pine floor, fireplace with woodburning stove, beamed ceiling and views. Double bedroom 2 (20m2) with terracota tiled floor and en-suite bathroom with bath and walk- in shower. There is a third attic bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.
There is an integral garage and vaulted stone wine cellar, both with access from within the house. The house is presented in very good condition, ready to move into. In many ways an ideal holiday home (low maintenance and close to villages) but could also be permanent. Lauzerte 5 mins. Toulouse airport 75 mins.
The department of Tarn et Garonne in Midi Pyrenees has many assets, a wonderful climate, cultural heritage, an interesting history, unspoilt nature and welcoming local residents.
Tarn et Garonne is composed of 30+ cantons and 190+ towns and villages all dotted around the rural landscape and in the hills that lead up to the Pyrenees mountains, the snow-covered peaks can be seen in the distance when the weather is good. A charming feature of the area are the historical monuments dating back to the Middle Ages: churches, ramparts, castles, abbeys, and bastides.
Set in the heart of the Gascony region, Tarn et Garonne was traditionally a hat-manufacturing area, you can buy them everywhere still and boaters are still made there, particularly in Sept-fonds which is worth a visit.
Climate is warm but pleasant and property prices are less than some neighbouring coastal departments, great ’second home’ region due to the barmy summer weather but also a very popular place for retirees.
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