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House in MONTAIGU DE QUERCY , Tarn et Garonne , Midi Pyrenees

€256,800 (HAI)** £233,056**
Ref: 109054SHK82
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Four bedroom converted barn with large open-plan living area. Outside, there are sunny terraces and garden and the house is set in a private, fully enclosed plot of 3400m2. It is ready to move into and finished to a high standard.

Sue Kelly , your local Leggett agent, says :

Siret number: 878874536
Price €256 800 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 7 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€240 000 without fees)
Ref 109054SHK82
Town MONTAIGU DE QUERCY
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Dept Tarn et Garonne
Surface 160 M2* Plot Size 3403 M2
Bathroom 1 Bedrooms 4
Location
  • Hamlet property
Type
  • House
  • Country House
  • Family Home
  • Holiday Home
  • Villa
Features
  • Barns / outbuildings
  • Character property
  • Detached
  • Double glazing
  • Garage
  • Private parking
  • Woodburner(s)
Condition
  • Excellent condition
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This 4 bedroomed barn conversion in the heart of the small hamlet of Couloussac represents a super opportunity to “live the dream” from the very day you arrive in France. Any work or improvements you choose to do can be done at leisure. With the benefit of a large garage / workshop area, sun terraces to the front and rear, and a nicely proportioned, flat garden, this house offers multiple possibilities to enjoy outdoor life and become part of a vibrant community in the local area.
Couloussac is located very near to the town of Montaigu de Quercy, a quintessentially French market town situated in the Tarn et Garonne close to the borders of both Lot et Garonne and the Lot. Largely due to a highly successful International Club and a range of societies covering activities such as Tennis, Drama, Music and Language classes, ex-pats contribute a great deal to local life and the degree of integration between international and French communities is very strong. The town is very handily placed to reach larger towns such as Villeneuve sur Lot, Agen and Cahors. Read more ...

This house is accessed along a tiny lane leading from the centre of the village. The first impression is of a charming home of beautifully restored and maintained Quercy stone. To the front of the house is an impressive courtyard and finely laid, south facing terrace. The keen gardener will also notice the carefully planned and planted flower beds.

The entrance to the house will create a “wow factor” for many but especially for those who like open plan living. The main lounge, dining, kitchen area (65.4 m2) is one of those spaces that has a natural flow and makes it very easy to imagine where the buyer’s own furniture would go when the removals van drives away from the property.
At the far end, the kitchen has a full range of fitted units, Neff gas hob, extractor, double sink and built in microwave. It is a spacious area and could easily accommodate an additional island if this was an aspiration of the new owner.
The kitchen flows into the dining area making it ideal for family life or entertaining. As a centre piece, the powerful Godin wood burner provides significant heat to complement the gas fired underfloor heating. The dining area also has double sliding doors giving access to the front terrace.
The lounge area has a recess for the TV and easily accommodates two sofas and an additional armchair. From the lounge area, stairs are accessed to the large mezzanine floor (31.4 m2) This is currently used as an office area but offers, arguably, considerably more potential such is the size and layout of this floor.
Leading from this main living area, a short hallway leads to Bedroom 4 (14 m2). This is currently used as a dressing room and is fitted with a large range of built in wardrobes. A WC and family bath and shower room follow leading to Bedroom 1 (16.5 m2). Being in the old part of the farm house, the features the original stone sink along one wall and access to a delightful balcony overlooking the front terrace. Morning coffee might never be the same again.

Up a flight of stairs, a central landing gives on to 2 further bedrooms. Bedroom 2 (10 m2) has dual aspect windows and exposed beams as does bedroom 3 (24 m2). Both of these rooms are built into the eaves and the measures given do not include the additional space where head height falls below 1.8m.

From the kitchen, a few stairs lead to the lower floor which has a door accessing the terrace to the rear of the house. This features a further WC, laundry / utility room (10.2 m2) and further rooms (11.2 m2, 6.3 m2 and 9.8 m2) designed for storage and use as a wine cellar. All have good head height, tiled floors, electricity and feel more like rooms than traditional cellar spaces.

Further storage or workshop space is available in the attached double garage 24.8 m2). This is reached via a store / lobby (3.3 m2). With an electric roller door and benefiting from light and power, this large space could be used to park up to 2 cars or as a workshop space suitable for the most enthusiastic of artisans or DIY enthusiasts.

The outside areas are well-proportioned. The front drive is laid to gravel and there are two additional buildings for use as storage for garden machinery / furniture. There is potential to join these 2 buildings and enact further improvements to offer a second dwelling and it has to be said that, for most, there would still be ample storage space elsewhere. Work required but certainly possible if desired. The garden is large enough to feel roomy but small enough to be manageable. The plot is largely flat and the fully enclosed, dog-friendly grassed area could be easily tractored in under half an hour. There also exists an established vegetable plot.

Couloussac is a very convenient location. Centrally placed in a rural setting, there is access to Cahors, Agen and Villeneuve sur Lot all in around 30 minutes – each benefiting from a large range of shops and commerce. Agen has a TGV link to Paris in under 3 hours and the airports of Toulouse and Bergerac are both about an hour away.



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