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€130 800 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 9 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€120 000 without fees)
|Surface||120 M2*||Plot Size||1220 M2|
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On the edge of this important textiles town in a quiet situation with stunning views I offer this substantial stone built home with all comforts necessary for gracious living; with a large lounge and kitchen with balcony overlooking the garden below and the valley beyond 3 bedrooms with further room for expansion and a short walk into town, this is a real gem. Read more ...
Everyone wants peace and quiet but to walk into town; not always easy to satisfy these two, but this is it
A gated driveway with garage leads up to this substantial home elevated to take advantage of the southern french sunshine, the living spaces all set out on the upper floor; this leaves the garden level lots of possibilities to expand this home if needed, aside from the large loft above.
The 30m2 lounge with its fireplace and 15m2 well fitted kitchen share the stunning views over the valley and town below with a charming south-facing balcony to take advantage of it; 3 large bedrooms and bathroom with separate WC compliment this level which is rich in exposed stone and oak beams.
The loft above could provide further space if needed with at least 12m2 of head height space and the garden level is huge affording a further 60m2 of potential plus a 42m2 (2nd) garage.
The gardens surround the home on all but one side and are on several levels all with great views; the fenced off pool will need some renovation but will easily make a great addition to this already very comfortable home.This home, situated on the old and unfrequented road to the former castle above the town, is a veritable find to be snapped up.
Just on the outskirts of the town of Labastide-Rouairoux . The house is in walking distance of all conveniences, shops,restaurants,banks etc. 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 (1h45mins) Castres airport (internal) at only 30 mins.
Labastide has a bus route and is the first town on the Tarn/ Herault border; the buses serving both departments; it also benefits from the “Voie verte” (the green way) a former railway track now serving cyclists and walkers, stretching for hundreds of kilometres in both directions amongst stunning scenery.
In all this town and region is superbly situated, though largely unknown, and remains one of the last affordable regions of the south of France.
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**The currency conversion is for convenience of reference only.
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