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House in Labastide-Rouairoux , Tarn , Midi-Pyrénées (Occitanie)

€162,000 €150,000 £126,110**
Ref: A29670CFO81
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Tarn : Rare! Labastide Rouairoux superb single-storey house with full basement, garage, garden and land

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Siret number: 391021201
Price €150 000
agency fees to be paid by the seller

Reduction from €162,000 to €150,000
Ref A29670CFO81
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Dept Tarn
Surface 100 M2* Plot Size 718 M2
Bathroom 1 Bedrooms 3
  • Town property
  • Hamlet property
  • 0-2KM to amenities
  • House
  • Holiday Home
  • Family Home
Features Condition
  • Good condition
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In the extreme south of the Tarn department, in the charming village of Labastide Rouairoux, on the border with the Hérault, is this charming house.
Surrounded and enhanced by beautiful flower-lined driveways and landscaped gardens on all sides, with a garage and sunken grounds, it is one of the most sought-after houses in our village. In fact, given the features it offers, it perfectly matches the search criteria of buyers looking for a quiet, well-hidden property, but not far from the amenities of a small town. This superb opportunity will not remain on the market for long and is sure to be the envy of many, in the heart of the Haut Languedoc Regional Nature Park, in our beautiful Occitanie region.

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Let's begin our visit. Set in a peaceful location just a few minutes from the centre of the village, this elegant m2 house will win you over at first glance. Its traditional construction dating from the 1950s gives it all its charm.
It has been perfectly maintained on a regular basis by local craftsmen, which is a bonus and a guarantee of quality. Built on a lovely 718m2 plot, where flower beds, rose bushes and fruit trees have been elegantly planted, giving it the character of a country house in the heart of the village.
This single-storey house will make life easy for you, with its full basement offering plenty of space and potential for conversion. A detached garage/workshop will also be invaluable.

Now for the details: at the end of the grass driveway, you'll find the house, which can also be accessed via a small gate on the garage side. Charmed by the flowers and greenery, we enter from the few steps leading up to the porch, push open the door and discover a beautiful hallway leading to a 17m2 kitchen and utility room, a bright room with a balcony that you're sure to love! Then there's a large living room (24m2) with parquet flooring and dining area, followed by 2 bedrooms (12m2), also with parquet flooring and wardrobes, facing each other and located on the garden side, making these rooms even more pleasant. A bathroom and WC complete this ground floor.
A staircase in the centre of the hallway leads down to the basement, which is bursting with space! First of all, there is a central cellar of 36m2 that is ideal for storage, then comes the boiler room with a washing machine and plenty of room to put everything away, a wine cellar adjoins the boiler room, a workshop is located under the stairs, there is even a separate shower and toilet here, and the bonus, an adjoining room that could be used as a study, a small spare bedroom or any other room you need.
An exterior door gives access to the rear of the house on the balcony side of the kitchen.
Below, 300m2 of flat land runs alongside the green lane.
Finally, the garage is accessible from the front of the house, a real bonus.
The house is heated by a functional, well-maintained oil-fired boiler that is less than 10 years old.
All the electricity in the house has been redone, the attic insulated, the floors glazed, the facade and interior paintwork also redone, and the windows fitted with over-glazing.

This property is quite simply a fantastic opportunity, and a rare one in our sector!
So why not come and take a look?

In a village with the main shops, bars, schools, college, banks and restaurants.
Hikers and cyclists will be spoilt for choice by the surrounding unspoilt countryside of the Montagne Noire and the Voie Verte .
Labastide-Rouairoux has a weekly market, as does the neighbouring town of Saint Pons de Thomieres, capital of the Parc Naturel Régional du Haut Languedoc, which dates back to the Stone Age, as evidenced by its prehistory museum.
Labastide also boasts a textile museum, demonstrating the wealth of know-how and industrial heritage of the Tarn, as well as the textile epic for which the village is famous.
A little further afield, the Minervois and Saint Chinianais vineyards can be reached in less than half an hour's drive, and the Mediterranean beaches in less than an hour and a quarter.
The property is equidistant from the airports at Carcassonne and Béziers, with a journey time that is almost the same.
Toulouse and Montpellier are a little further away (1h45mins) and Castres airport is only 30 minutes away.
Information about risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website : https://www.georisques.gouv.fr


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