A substantial three bedroom period house, with large garden and garage in the centre of a quiet historic village. The current owners have researched the history and owners of this property back to the revolution, available on request.
Interior and Garden
The ground floor interiors (174m2) have retained the original feel with stone walls, beamed ceilings, terracotta floors and vast open stone fireplaces, which works well with the contemporary style of furnishings. Quirky features have been left for posterity like the original old stone sink in the living room. There is a full height attic of 174m2, ready for conversion into a further 4 large bedrooms with en-suites.
The large, covered terrace running all along the house is perfect for dining and extra living space in the summer, leads onto established gardens with lovely views and mature trees. The house is unusual as it is in a very large plot for a central village location and has a registered building plot of 1000m2. The lower ground floor has assorted cellar rooms with underground garage of 70m2. The property is in excellent structural order and priced to allow a budget for some updating.
Located on the edge of a pretty village, a two minute stroll to the village shop and artisan brewery The village has a thriving community life with cinema club, language classes, shop/bar, post office and tennis court.
Agen is 25 mins and Toulouse airport is 1hr 15 minutes.