Quercy stone, 4 bedroom house in extensive grounds. Decorated beautifully.
Absolutely charming stone farmhouse, restored regardless of cost with great taste and style by its current owners. Retaining numerous period features, comprising main house with fabulous gated entrance, open plan kitchen with under floor heating, handmade units and oak worktops, Belling induction stove and travertine flooring throughout. The high ceiling height gives a real light and airy feel to the living space. The sitting room has a huge fireplace and log burning stove, exposed stonework, and beams. There are 4 good sized bedrooms, one en-suite, all very tastefully decorated and in immaculate condition. The interiors and materials used are high quality and would adapt to lots of decorating styles.
Lovely gardens extending to 1.6 hectares with established trees and shrubs, tobacco barn and ample parking.
Double glazed throughout with electric and oil heating, so rare to find in this condition even the fosse septic conforms! Please form an orderly queue.
Situated on a quiet, dead-end lane between Montcuq and Lauzerte, two vibrant towns with an international community. Lauzerte is listed among the most beautiful villages of France, a stopping point on the Camino de Compostela and has a year-round programme of cultural, art and music events. Toulouse airport is 1 hour away, Bergerac 45 minutes and Agen 30 minutes.
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