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€91 300 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 10 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€83 000 without fees)
Reduction from €130,800 to €91,300
|Surface||140 M2*||Plot Size||0 M2|
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This is an opportunity to acquire a spacious home with an income attached,
a 7 bedroom stone-built period house with a massive full-length conservatory behind.
With 180m2 (1940sq.ft.) of living space plus 50m2 (548)sq.ft.)of shop/offices let on a income of 300E per month.
For those who love the "Belle Epoque" period, Art Deco and Art Nouveau features abound here in this former post relay; beautiful oak panelling ,glazed room dividers and marble fireplaces everywhere. If not, some modernisation would make this a fine residence with its generous proportions.
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Opposite a lovely park we enter this home and are welcomed immediately in the hall by fine oak wainscotting ,a theme carried through to the lounge with its fine marble fireplace, a room well lit by its tall art nouveau windows. Glazed doors lead through to the rear room used at the moment unusually as a washroom though would make a great kitchen, looking out to the conservatory. A door leads back to the hall and out to the huge surprise of this house, the Victorian-style conservatory running the whole length of the rear (12mX 2.80) and stretching up over 2 floors high like a Kew greenhouse and thankfully with opening windows. If this structure doesn't appeal, dismantled this would make a fine south-facing terrace.
Up the fine oak stairs to the first floor we find an array of rooms used at present as another lounge (15m2), kitchen (13m2)and 2 bedrooms ,bathroom and seperate WC These rooms are bright and have great views to the front over the park opposite.
Up again to the top floor and another generous landing leads off to another 5 bedrooms all with fine views, the rear to the mountains, the front over the park.
This home would benefit from modernisation and redecoration but its original features give it the makings of a fine spacious residence.
The huge cellars below total 110m2 of useable space with exceptionally high ceilings and houses the oil-fired central heating system with a brand new boiler. The proportions of this extra space reflect the fact that this was a former post relay station for horse-drawn carriages in bygone days.
Finally this home has a seperate entranced shop, presently let out to Notaires with a monthly income of around 300 euros, a bonus income not to be disregarded.
Situation: The house is in easy 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)
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