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House in Valeilles , Tarn-et-Garonne , Midi Pyrenees

€270,000 €258,000 (HAI)** £218,224**
Ref: 109116SHK82
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Reduction from €270,000 to €258,000
5 chalet “Bikers’ Rest” leisure park or “parc de loisirs”. Already established and with a loyal following.

Sue KELLY, your local Leggett agent, says :

Siret number: 878874536
Price €258 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 7 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€241 200 without fees)

Reduction from €270,000 to €258,000
Ref 109116SHK82
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Dept Tarn-et-Garonne
Surface 58 M2* Plot Size 10760 M2
Bathroom 1 Bedrooms 3
  • Village property
  • House
  • Holiday Home
  • Barns / outbuildings
  • Private parking
  • Character property
  • Detached
  • Double glazing
  • Guest house / gite
  • Business potential
  • Good condition
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This unique property features a comfortable owners’ house, small shop area, a bar / lounge, and wooden chalets and toilet / shower facilities for up to 20 guests.

This leisure park has been enthusiastically developed by the current owners to reflect a love of motorbiking. As such, it serves a thriving niche market of touring bikers who are sometimes just passing but, more often coming from across Europe to stay for a few days or more while touring in the area. Set among woodlands, the main house and 5 chalets enjoy beautiful views over the village and the valley beyond and benefit from thoughtfully crafted facilities that will allow the owner to attract additional customers from the village and beyond.
Valleiles is situated between the towns of Dausse, Montaigu de Quercy and Tournon d’Agenais on the borders of the Tarn et Garonne and Lot et Garonne departments. The small bastide town of Roquecor is close by. Read more ...

Valleiles as a commune thrives with its own school, Mairie and Salle de Fetes. However, the village lacks a fully established bar and shop. So, the opportunity exists to make the on-site bar/restaurant and shop a focal point of village life in addition to its function as a key amenity within the established holiday village itself.

Currently named “The Bikers’ Rest”, the property is approached up a private driveway. At the top, the view opens out to present a domain where the leisure facilities are centrally sited, and chalets carefully positioned towards the outer edges to maximise privacy and the benefit of the stunning views all around.

The main house, used by the owners as a family home and the base for operations, is laid out on one level. Entering through the double glazed front door, you find yourself immediately in the cosy kitchen / dining and living area (26 m2). The kitchen has a gas hob and range of fitted units. As a central feature, the insert fireplace provides heating for most of the house – although electric heaters offer supplementary heating in bedrooms and bathroom. Just off the main room is a cupboard housing the large capacity hot water cylinder and offering further storage. All windows to this area (and to all bedrooms) are double-glazed.
The shower room (5.7 m2) features a large walk-in shower and double modern basins with a separate WC situated adjacent on the main hallway.
The three bedrooms are all on one level. Bedroom 1 (9.2 m2) has a window to the front of the property and electric heating. Bedroom 2 (10.4 m2) has dual aspect windows and electric heating. Bedroom 3 (12.5 m2) has double glazed doors leading directly out to the rear courtyard and also has loft access.

The main house has a private terrace for owners’ use. From this terrace, access is easily gained to the large, attached grange currently used as a shop and bar / restaurant area. There are 2 sets of large, double doors allowing the current owners to create two distinct spaces. On one side of the partition, there is shelving to providing a natural position for the shop. This side also houses a toilet facility for bar users and a washing machine. There is also a separate utility room for the owners.
To the other side of the partition, the current owners have created a quaint bar area with banquette style seating and biking memorabilia. This space is comfortable but usefully augmented in summer months by the large and vibrant patio area which is fully equipped for outdoor dining. All commercial fixtures and fittings will be included in the sale.

The current owner explained that he offers the space as a picnic area where people can bring their own food and drinks. He serves tea / coffee and soft drinks together with snacks but, mindful of the laws surrounding the sales of alcohol to those potentially driving, has avoided offering a full bar / restaurant service. Developing the site to provide a fully stocked shop to one side and / or a full bar / restaurant service on the other side of the partition is entirely possible and would be fully viable in summer months.

The chalets themselves each have their own covered balcony large enough for comfortable seating to be offered in the summer months for couples or smaller groups. Chalets have a double bed and further put me up beds so that a group of 4 could potentially stay in one unit. More frequently, a couple would take a chalet and use the put me up as a seating area. There is space for more furniture in the form of small cupboards or a chest of drawers to accommodate clothes and belongings. Each chalet benefits from 2 electric heaters.
All chalets share 3 recently installed and modern toilet / shower units, 2 of which are designed specifically for disabled use. These are situated close to the main central hub to allow easy cleaning.
There is ample parking for cars, bikes and motorhomes on site. Other facilities include 2 petanque courts, an area for archery practice and a small stage where groups have played to residents of the park and local visitors – such evenings proving extremely popular indeed.

All of this is set in an area that is heavily wooded to the rear and looks out over the village and further across the valley to the front. It is a very peaceful location and a site very well-known and much liked locally.

Dausse, Tournon D’Agenais, Roquecor and Montaigu de Quercy are a few minutes’ drive away. The larger town of Villeneuve sur Lot can be reached in under 30 minutes, as can the city of Agen, which has a TGV station. Toulouse and Bergerac airports are around 75 minutes’ drive and Bordeaux is of similar distance.


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