An absolutely charming Quercy stone farmhouse set in an acre with fabulous south facing views, not far from Castelsagrat, in the department of Tarn et Garonne. Exposed stone walls, beamed ceilings, tiled floors and all facing out across a beautiful rural valley, and close to villages with shops and restaurants. Entrance to a spacious beamed living room (36m2) with exposed stone walls, wood-burning stove and views to the countryside. Kitchen/dining room ( 22m2) with tiled floor, beamed ceiling, fitted kitchen and glazed door to very sunny south facing dining terrace. Upstairs are 3 spacious double bedrooms, all with views south, pine floors, built-in wardrobes. Two share a bathroom and the master bedroom has an en-suite shower room.
The property is in a private but non-isolated location with 4300m2 gardens . There is a super 75m2 stone tiled terrace to the side of the house with a covered dining area for when it is too hot. The gardens are mature, with a terrace level with an out-of-ground swimming pool benefitting from the views. To the side of the house on arriving, ample parking and a detached double garage.The property is presented in good condition and is ideal either for holidays or for permanent living. Excellent value for money.
Taxe Fonciere is approx. 750 euros a year.
Castelsagrat with bakery, shop and restaurant 5 mins. Toulouse airport 1hr. Bergerac 80 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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