The ideal family home. An imposing stone four bedroom village house, tastefully restored with full double glazing, central heating, ultra-fast internet access, multi-satellite connections and mains drainage.

This character property is located in the village of Lunac, under 10 minutes from the lively village of La Fouillade with its schools and colleges, doctor’s surgeries, shops and a new Intermarche supermarket, and under 15 minutes from the medieval village of Najac, a tourist hot spot.

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See video Prestige €265000
4 0 3 255 sq m Lunac Toulouse Blagnac, 1hour 40 minutes, 121km.

The property comprises a large stone house with an attached  grand pigeonnier with first floor wrought iron balcony., 

Wrought iron railings with two wrought iron gates help create an impression of peace and calm as one approaches the oak front door.

The property is constructed from granite over three levels with a lauze roof, and benefits from ultra-fast internet access, oil-fired central heating, two wood burning stoves, double glazing, revamped and extended electrics, three new shower rooms, multi-satellite connections, and is on mains drainage.

The ground floor comprises large, wide entrance hall with cloakroom,  living rooms with monumental stone and oak fireplace, fitted kitchen and large, south facing dining room with glazed doors opening onto a large terrace with outstanding valley views. A stone tower with spiral staircase leads down to the english cottage style garden. The upper floor offers four four bedrooms, one en-suite, and two additional shower rooms. The attached and accessable pigeonnier offers three renovated floors, each 26m2, and including a wc., ashower room and amzing 2nd floor room with imposing, beamed cathedral style ceiling with four velux windows. The lower ground floor or garden level was originally renovated and used as a doctor’s surgery. Access was either by a set of stone steps which descended from one of the gates directly to the surgery entrance. A pathway was also created from the gate which runs in a curve from the gate down to the entrance.  Currently, this lower level is used primarily as a sewing room in the old waiting room, a wine store, workshop and general cave with separate entrance from the front garden and to glazed door leading out to the rear garden.

The property has ultra-fast internet access, oil-fired central heating, two wood burning stoves, double glazing, revamped and extended electrics, three new shower rooms, multi-satellite connections, and is on mains drainage.

For full description of this property please contact Steven Weller at steven@forgottenfrance.com or phone on 00 33 624 26 88 00.

 

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