REDUCED in price - A grand looking stone house set in over an acre of sunny gardens with a swimming pool, not far from Montaigu-de-Quercy, Tarn et Garonne. This spacious stone house was built for the current owners 80 years ago, is set in a glorious rural location with views along a pretty valley, and is close to villages with shops. It has oil fired central heating and has been repainted inside throughout.
Entrance is via gates to a courtyard and then steps up to the front door. A long hall (8.6m x 2.0m) leading to a bright living/dining room (8.0 x 4.0) , study and basic kitchen which will need fitting out.
Upstairs are 4 double bedrooms and a tiled bathroom. One of the bedrooms and the hall give out onto balconies with views over the countryside. There is a large insulated attic. Below the house a wine cellar.
The house is surrounded by fully fenced and lawned gardens of 5000m2 with many mature trees and with a 10m x 5m swimming pool with sun terraces around. To the side of the gardens is a very large garage/workshop. A lovely peaceful location in a no through lane, with only 2 other properties, and within a few minutes drive of Montaigu de Quercy, Roquecor and Beauville for shops and restaurants.
Taxe Fonciere is approx. 1900 euros a year.
Montaidu-de-Quercy 5 minutes. Toulouse and Bergerac airports 75mins.
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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