A beautiful, traditional property with separate gite/guest annexe, barn, land and views.
Such a handsome stone farmhouse dating from 1700, retaining a wealth of period features. Comprising the main house, with one of the best porches I’ve come across, featuring ancient stone columns looted from a local chateau (not recently!) and a fabulous oak front door. Having undergone sympathetic, tasteful renovation by its current owners, the property is presented in excellent condition. Preserving the original flooring, exposed beams and fireplaces – modern touches have been added; a light and airy kitchen with a top of the range Godin stove, double glazing and oil central heating.
Across the courtyard there is a one-bedroom gîte or guest annexe with a log burning stove. A large open cart barn for garaging, another vast barn with multiple possibilities, part of which is used for entertaining on a large scale! Summer kitchen with covered terrace, and a separate home office and wine store – perfect for working from home.
The charming, private gardens have established trees and shrubs, a fishpond and the essential boules pitch complete with pergola to protect you during those long afternoon competitions. With fabulous views of the surrounding countryside, the property is in a private location yet close to local amenities. It really does not get much better than this, please form an orderly queue.
In a coveted area, located 10 minutes from Lauzerte and Montaigu de Quercy, 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.
Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the georisques.gouv.fr