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€130 800 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 9 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€120 000 without fees)
|Surface||80 M2*||Plot Size||738 M2|
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This well-built 1960s home on the quiet edge of town will surprise you being deceptively spacious and well situated with its own garden, driveway and garage, all one could need for a perfect holiday home or family seat; double-glazed and centrally heated. A little personalisation and modernisation will render this a fine home and the views will seduce you. A 10 minute walk or 1 minute drive into town with its bars and restaurants is what many seek whilst living in a quiet spot; this is it, and it's in one of the last affordable regions of the south of France.
From the road one would be forgiven for thinking this was a small bungalow, but it soon becomes apparent that this is a substantial home with garaging and loads of extra potential space below the house on the garden level.
From the stone-paved front garden we enter to find a modest size kitchen (10m2) with an arch to the lounge/dining room abright pleasant room with double aspect and good views. On then to 3 bedrooms all with views and a tiled showeroom and separate WC.
The surprise comes down on the lower level where there is a fourth bedroom, summer kitchen, the all-important wine cellar, and a 27m2 garage/workshop on the garden level.
In all a substantial home with loads of potential at a very reasonable cost.
Within a stones throw of all amenities :shops ,bars, school, cinema, banks, restaurants etc this could be the perfect second home for holidays or permanent living. Walkers and cyclists will be spoilt with the surrounding scenery of the Montagne Noire and the Voie Verte or green track, which offers safe and level cycling through miles of sunny Languedoc scenery Labastide-Rouairoux has a weekly market as does the nearby town of Saint Pons de Thomieres which is the capital of the beautiful Haut Languedoc regional nature reserve and whose settlement dates back to the Stone Age as proves its museum of Prehistory. Labastide also boasts a textile museum having been the most important textile town in the region apparently because of the purity of its river water. A little further afield the vineyards of the Minervois can be reached within a half hours drive, and the Mediterranean beaches in an hour and a quarter. The property is equidistant from Carcassonne and Beziers airports at around the same amount of drive time, Toulouse and Montpellier airports being a little further
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