Village house €149000
Najac is a bastide village and is listed as one of the most beautiful villages in France. It is located in the west Aveyron, south west France, and offers two fine hotels, various eateries, school, doctors and various trades. Cordes sur Ciel and the Bastide town of Villefranche de Rouergue are within a thirty minute drive of the village.
Situated at the heart of this historic village, this three bedroom stone and lauze house has been totally renovated to a very high level of finish. The property also benefits from full oil-fired central heating and is one of the few houses to have a garden room with a large rear terrace, and a huge garage with direct access to the lane behind.
Steps up to front door leading into kitchen diner, 3.2m x 3.7m, boasting oak fitted units, a free standing oven and fridge freezer. Tiled floor.
Inner hall, 2.7m x 1.8m, with oak staircase to first and second floors, tiled floor and door to a recently upgraded ground floor cloak room, 2m x 1m, with wash basin and close coupled wc. tiled floor.
Sitting room, 3.9m 3.3m, large feature stone fireplace, tiled floor and double glazed French doors to :
Garden room, 3.6m 3m, tiled floor, timber framed construction with timber ceiling with large velux window and ceiling fan, plus a wall of sliding double glazed doors accessing the rear terrace.
Rear terrace, 7m x 3.6m, tiled with a built-in BBQ, plant troughs and a magnificent view over the Aveyron valley.
Landing, 2.6m x 1m, wood effect flooring, sliding door to recently renovated Shower room, 2.4m x 1m, vanity wash base, close coupled wc and shower area. Tiled floor, part tiled walls.
Bedroom 1, 3.6m x 3.5m, overlooking le Faubourg, vanitory wash base with mirror, wood effect flooring, T and g ceiling.
Bedroom 2, 13m2, irregular shape, window overlooking terrace and Aveyron valley. Wood effect flooring, T and G ceiling.
Bedroom with mezzanine, 6.7m x 3.8m, , fully insulated and remodeled to offer one huge bedroom with a separate mezzanine area of 9m2 accessed by a wooden staircase.
At the front of the house a separate door leads down into the cave/cellar, a huge area with an overall surface area of approximately 65m2 divided into two separate spaces. The part directly under the house houses a utility area with washing machine, tumble dryer and hot water cylinder, and a heating area with oil-fired boiler and fuel tank.
The second part is set at a lower level reached by concrete steps. These lead down to the garage area, approximately 10m x 3.6mand a height of approximately 5m. A pair of tall, wide doors lead out onto the lane behind.