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Land in MARCILHAC SUR CELE , Lot , Midi Pyrenees

€21,000 £19,051**
Ref: 100896BQU46
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** UNDER OFFER ** Stunning building plot for sale, 2450m2, with beautiful and magnificent views close to Marcilhac-sur-Célé, Lot.

Brendan Quinn , your local Leggett agent, says :

Siret number: 501943450
Price €21 000
agency fees to be paid by the seller
Ref 100896BQU46
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Dept Lot
Surface 0 M2* Plot Size 2450 M2
Bathroom 0 Bedrooms 0
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** UNDER OFFER ** A quite unique and superb building plot, 2450m2, which offers an unrivalled opportunity to build a once in a lifetime property in a very sought-after location, situated on a hill with fantastic views over the surrounding countryside and Célé valley. Providing an excellent opportunity to use your imagination to build the house of your dreams! Read more ...

** UNDER OFFER ** This plot is ideal for someone who wants to build their own special place in the sun, with amazing views and open spaces. The plot is 2450m2 and located on the edge of the medieval village of Marcilhac-sur-Célé without being too far from the necessary amenities in the village of Marcilhac-sur-Célé. To one side is a house to the other is an area of wooded terrain. The plot received building permission in 2003 and there is easy access to water and electricity connections right in front of the property. Offers an unrivalled opportunity to build in this much sought-after location.

Surrounding area:

The Lot is a delightful and un-spoilt department of France, the area is beautiful, with landscapes of forests, undulating hills, rivers and wild flowers. The Lot is also famed for its lovely towns and villages, with many villages boasting the accolade of being amongst the most beautiful in France. The Lot's character is formed by its 'causses' (limestone plateaux) through which the Lot, Dordogne and Célé valleys have carved their way. It is studded with major tourist attractions and beautiful villages such as Rocamadour, Cahors, Figeac and Saint Cirq Lapopie…. Man and Nature have both left their imprint on the Pech Merle cave and Padirac Chasm. When you're rambling or cycling, the unspoiled, authentic nature of the Lot is plain to see. Home to excellent local produce and fine food and wines, the Lot has many treats to offer your taste buds, including truffles, foie gras, lamb and melons from Quercy, and Cahors Malbec Wine.

Marcilhac-sur-Célé, village is situated beside the Célé river, has a bar/café/restaurant, a boulangerie. It is also situated on the Via Podiensis route that is followed by those making the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostella and so receives pilgrims arriving from the town of Figeac. From Marcilhac-sur-Célé pilgrims continue on either to the Notre-Dame de l'Assomption church at Grealou reaching the Lot River at Cajarc or follow the course of the River Cele to its confluence with the Lot, passing by the convent at Espagnac-Sainte-Eulalie.
For all other shopping and services, the medieval market town of Cajarc is 7kms away, with banks, supermarkets, bars, restaurants, garages and local traders.
Figeac, which is 33kms away, was the birthplace of Jean-Francois Champollion who deciphered the Rosetta Stone. Figeac market, which covers most of the town centre on Saturday mornings, is full of lively local colour and bargains galore from local produce to imported clothes. Figeac also boasts all of the services the region needs including bars, cafes and restaurants to police, fire service, schools, doctors, dentists and a hospital.
The transport network is excellent, with easy access to motorways and rail travel. The area is also well located for the airports of Toulouse, Brive and Rodez; all within 1 to 2 hours’ drive.

Excellent shopping facilities are available in Cahors and Toulouse.

The locaation is also close to numerous “Plus Beau Villages de France” in the area, like Saint-Cirq-Lapopie and Rocamadour.

At certain times of the year there are occasional evening ‘producteurs’ markets in the towns and villages where food and wine can be bought and eaten at large trestle tables, accompanied by music and dancing; creating a lovely, welcoming, party atmosphere.

Sightseeing in the area is extensive, with opportunities to explore the dramatic castles and old ‘bastide’ towns. There are also local water sports available, including canoeing down the Gorges of the Aveyron and the Lot and Célé rivers.

An ideal location!

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