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Reduction from €350,000 to €299,600
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This beautiful 18th Century stone property is set on the outskirts of the charming and picturesque farming village of Saujac (12260) and consists of a completely renovated 200-year-old farmhouse and a converted barn which are linked by a lockable door and can be used independently if required. The renovation involved restoring the correct roof configuration, replacement of all the floors, re-pointing of the exposed walls, re-plumbing and rewiring. Both the farmhouse and the converted barn have a spacious open plan lay-out, are in excellent condition and ready to move into.
The whole property sits in an enclosed garden of 2600m2 which includes a heated swimming pool.
There are three pieces of land that belong to the property, of almost 2 hectares in total only a very short distance from the property.
This enchanting property has scope for further development and creativity (subject to the required planning approval), whilst offering immediate, well presented accommodation.
The property price has been lowered to reflect its quiet road side location and it benefits from nocturnal road lighting.
Stunning site and current owners are developing a multi-featured garden which has a raised vegetable bed for those who like their vegetables garden fresh.
This exceptional property really needs to be seen in person to reveal its special character.
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Very attractive stone property, which sits on its own private plot, presented in excellent condition, situated on the outskirts of the village of Saujac (12260) in one of the historic areas of France.
The property boasts oil-fired central heating plus additional underfloor heating and a wood burner in the converted barn. All windows are double glazed and the roof is insulated and the thick stone walls provide natural insulation
From double-gated entrance and drive-way to:
• Entrance through large Conservatory (10m²)
• Open plan living/dining room/kitchen (46m²) –Range of floor and eye level kitchen units, sink + drainer, built-in gas hob & electric oven, wood-burner, radiators.
• Bathroom (4m²) - Bath, walk-in rainwater shower, WC, handbasin, heated towel rail, tiled floor, underfloor heating
Metal staircase with wooden steps up to 1st Floor:
• Bedroom 1 (13m²) – Poplar wood floor, radiators
• Bedroom 2 (13m²) - Poplar wood floor, radiators
• Bedroom 3 (5m²) – Poplar wood floor
• Bathroom (4m²) - Shower, WC and handbasin
Door through to converted barn:
Stone staircase down to:
• Cellar/Utility Room/Workshop (38m²)
• Kitchen/dining room (17m²) – Range of eye & base level units, natural Brive stone with petrified fossils flooring, underfloor heating, double glazed doors with integrated blinds leading to a small patio area
• Toilet (1m²) – WC, handbasin
• Living room (31m²) - natural Brive stone with petrified fossils flooring, underfloor heating, triple French windows with electric external roller shutters, open-fireplace with wood burner
Wooden staircase up to First Floor:
• Mezzanine (17m²) – wood floor, radiator, door to garden down via stone staircase, currently used as an office and work area.
• Bedroom (23m²) – range of handmade wooden cupboards, radiators
• En-suite bathroom (8m²) – walk-in shower, bidet, WC, handbasin, heated towel rail, slate tiles flooring
• Garden (2,600m²) - large picturesque garden with different levels and seating areas, featuring a small wood, cliff, vegetable garden, lawns, flower borders and mature trees.
• Heated swimming pool (11m x 5m), surrounded by hedges and a fence with 2 pool houses of 1m² and 4m²
• Garden shed (6m²)
• Storage shed (7m²)
• Traditional bread oven (4m²)
• Terrace (5m²)
• Natural rock pond
• Additional land amounting to 2 hectares belonging to the property is nearby and is used by local farmers for grazing. This extra land consists of three pieces: 3700 m² across the street and the two other pieces of 8800 m² and 6800 m² are situated 200 meters from the house.
N.B. Measurements are for information only and have no contractual value. Leggett Immobilier cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies that may occur.
The Aveyron is a delightful and un-spoilt department of France, the area is beautiful, with landscapes of forests, undulating hills, rivers and wild flowers. The Aveyron is also famed for its lovely towns and villages, with many villages boasting the accolade of being amongst the most beautiful in France.
Saujac is a small, traditional and beautifully kept village. Saujac is located in the department of Aveyron and the region of Occitanie (formerly Midi-Pyrenees). Its inhabitants are called Saujacois and Saujacoises.
The small town of Cajarc situated by the Lot river is 4Km away and contains everyday shops, supermarket, restaurants and bars.
Villefranche de Rouergue, which was founded in 1252 by Alphonse de Poitiers, Count of Toulouse and brother of king Saint Louis, is only 20 minutes’ drive away. The town presents, on a large scale, the characteristic layout of new towns of the period, a grid of streets with a square in the centre where religious and public life was carried out. From Villefranche you can discover the circuit of the Aveyron bastides. The old centre of the bastide lets you discover Place Notre Dame and its couverts (arcades), the collegiate church and its powerful porch-bell tower, the mediaeval streets as well as the rich merchants’ houses whose doors and towers symbolised the social position of its inhabitants in the 15th century. On the banks of the river Aveyron, Villefranche benefits from a particularly mild climate. This is where the south starts: the rooftops of the town proclaim it with their roman tiles. The Villefranche market, held every Thursday, is widely popular and is incredibly busy and vibrant. There are also an abundance of everyday shops, large supermarkets, restaurants and bars as well as a hospital, schools, train station and services.
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 additional shopping facilities are available in Rodez, Cahors and Toulouse.
As well as the large Thursday market in Villefranche de Rouergue there are local markets in the nearby towns and villages, Cajarc, Limogne-en-Quercy, St. Antonin and Caylus
At certain times of the year there are occasional evening ‘producteurs’ markets in the surrounding 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 Lot rivers.
An ideal location!
*These data are for information only and have no contractual value. Leggett Immobilier cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies that may occur.*
**The currency conversion is for convenience of reference only.
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