An attractive stone and brick country cottage with garden in a quiet hamlet near to Beauville, Lot et Garonne.
This renovated cottage is set at the end of a no-through lane and benefits from views out over the countryside. Entrance to L-shaped living/kitchen (30m2) with terracotta tiled floor, open fireplace and views over the gardens. Fully fitted oak kitchen. 3 decent size double bedrooms, two with beamed ceilings and exposed stone walls, one with a WC. Modern shower room with WC. Laundry/store room. French windows lead to a 25m2 covered dining terrace looking out over the garden.
There is a modern septic tank drainage system, to standards.
The garden is approx 475m2 and down to lawn with a mature cherry tree, sloping down to a wooded area with views to the open countryside beyond. The location is within a small hamlet of a few houses only and is very peaceful.
An ideal holiday or permanent home.
Taxe Fonciere: 415 euros a year.
There are several villages with shops and restaurants within a few minutes drive: Beauville, Roquecor, Montaigu-de-Quercy and a supermarket 15 minutes away in Laroque-Timbaut.
Agen 25 minutes plus Toulouse and Bergerac airports 75 minutes.
The department of Lot et Garonne in Aquitaine has many small yet lively villages and this department in the south of France is a real find for both nature and culture lovers.
One of Lot et Garonne’s assets are the views afforded by the properties over the Garonne or the Lot lush countryside with woodland and lots of leisure activities. The residents have invested well with most of them living in detached houses that are their principal residences. There are however lots of holiday or second homes to choose from.
Compared to the more expensive Perigord or Gers, the Lot et Garonne still holds some bargain French property buys. Perhaps a village home or a traditional stone house in a green environment is what you are looking for, if so, this area is the perfect place to invest in a second home.
Stripping out the usual fluctuations, the housing market in the region has been steadier than most. Long term investments may offer a good return in the future as the Lot-et-Garonne is increasingly appealing amongst foreign purchasers, just like the whole of the region of Aquitaine.
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