Charming 4 Bed Farmhouse near Montaigu-de-Quercy, France | Agence Newton

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Midi-Pyrénées, Tarn-et-Garonne, Montaigu-de-Quercy, France, Montaigu-de-Quercy (France)

4 Bedrooms · 2 Bathrooms · 267Floor area




4 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms




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This charming 4 bedroom house is located in the quiet countryside of Midi-Pyrénées, Tarn-et-Garonne, Montaigu-de-Quercy, France. It has been fully renovated to provide a warm and comfortable home, with fuel fired central heating system, upvc windows and doors, a jotul wood burning stove in the sitting room and thoughtfully planted gardens with a salt water heated pool, a covered terrace and 2 wells.

The entrance hall greets you with tiled floors and a convenient wc and shower room nearby. Continuing in, the bespoke kitchen comes equipped with an island and walk-in pantry. From here, there’s direct access to the dining room, with french doors leading out to the covered terrace and swimming pool. The sitting room is just off the dining room, with large french doors opening to the garden.

Heading upstairs, there’s a light and bright sitting room with fireplace and Jotul wood burning stove, double aspect windows and high ceilings. There are four bedrooms in total, including the master bedroom with ensuite bathroom. At the end of the landing, the staircase continues up to the attic space. Here, you find a bedroom or study, plus a large velux window for star gazing. The attic space is used for storage and is boarded and insulated.

Outside, the property is surrounded by flat gardens, bordered by hedges, flowering shrubs and trees. There is also a walled front garden, salt water swimming pool, parking, garage, stone barn and two wells.

Just 7 minutes drive brings you into Montaigu de Quercy, where you can find all the amenities and plenty of walking trails to take in the stunning Quercy countryside. Toulouse airport and Bergerac airport are 1hr20 away and Agen TGV just 45 minutes. An exclusive video is available on request. Tax fonciere is 1960 EUR per year. Don’t miss this opportunity to own a piece of paradise!


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Welcome to Gartempe, Creuse, in the region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France, where a 5 bedroom farmhouse with a detached cottage is nestled amidst scenic vistas and captivating landscapes, experiencing an unhurried rhythm of life. Gartempe, an hour’s drive from Limoges airport and a short 15-minute journey from the vibrant market town of Gueret, is where rural splendor meets historical richness and tranquility. This house is an epitome of charm and comfort that has been sturdily built. It underwent a full transformation in 2008, resulting in a sophisticated blend of modernity mixed with bucolic charisma. With 227m² of habitable space, the farmhouse provides abundant room for relaxation and entertainment. As you make your way into the entrance hall, a spacious area welcomes you, heated by the comforting warmth of the wood-burning stove. Several rooms branching out from it include a tastefully designed living room, waiting for you to sit back and unwind; a fully-fitted kitchen to explore your culinary skills; a cozy breakfast room with views of rolling landscapes; a utility room for daily chores; a convenient shower room, and a WC. The house’s layout extends to the upper floor that houses four double bedrooms, a spacious family bathroom, a flexible-use study that can be morphed into a sixth bedroom with an attached bathroom, and a generously-sized master bedroom complete with a dressing room. The design of this farmhouse is the epitome of ingenuity, boasting a highly functional third level that occupies a large loft area, well-insulated and boarded out. The exterior of this lovely house is as intriguing and impressive as the interior. There sits a detached cottage, currently serving as a workshop but oozing with renovation potential. On the estate's vast 7,300m² grounds, there are two remaining barns, now ruins ready for restyling, and a delightful garden that provides astounding panoramic views over the open countryside. Living in Gartempe is an immersive experience. This lively village is cloaked with rich, culture-laden history. Amenities here are aplenty, ranging from quaint local shops to inviting restaurants and bustling bars. The region is blessed with remarkable natural beauty including stunning forests, beautiful rivers and idyllic villages. Leisure activities like fishing, walking, and cycling are among the much-loved pastimes of the residents. Living in this house, specifically, brings a unique experience. Waking up to the serene views of wide-open country landscapes, brewing your coffee in a well-equipped kitchen, dressing up in your own dressing room, or sitting by a wood-burning stove during cold evenings all bring a sense of contentment. Every corner is mapped out to present an opportunity to relax and experience life at a peaceful pace. The climate in Gartempe adds another component to this exceptional lifestyle. The area experiences a temperate maritime climate which means mild winters, delightfully warm summers, and regular rainfall. This keeps nature in its pristine and verdant state all year round and adds to the enriching living experience in Gartempe. This large house priced at 449950, is poised perfectly for those seeking a rural lifestyle without compromising on modern amenities. Embrace the tranquillity and be a part of this beautiful experience that Gartempe offers, creating ripples of serene, meaningful, and high-quality rural life. Experience the union of bucolic charm and modern living in this beautiful house in Gartempe. It is not just a house; it is a place to call home.

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Sauzet, France, located in the Midi-Pyrénées in the Lot region, warmly welcomes you with this charming house set in a tranquil rural idyll. Imagine living surrounded by over 2.5 hectares of your own land adorned with thick woodlands and expansive fields — a dream come true for those yearning for a serene, countryside lifestyle. As you approach this beautiful provincial house, you'll be greeted by intricately wrought metal gates. Beyond the gates, a mesmerizing garden with blossoming flowers and verdant greenery invites you towards the house. The estate epitomizes an enchanting blend of rustic elegance and modern conveniences. Once inside, you'll admire the stunning interiors of the house comprising of three commodious bedrooms upstairs. Each bedroom showcases rustic aesthetics, with exposed beams and parquet flooring that echoes the historic charm of the region. One of these bedrooms comes with exclusive access to a charming pigeonnier, adding to its individual appeal. The spacious bathroom is fitted with all modern charms for your comfort. The ground floor of the house offers an open-plan living room and dining space. An elegant kitchen equipped with all necessary appliances and a traditional open fireplace grace the heart of this cozy setup. Utility provisions are located in the basement, including a convenient shower, a boiler room, and extra storage space. The property also extends to a quaint stone barn situated next to the main house. This barn has been thoughtfully converted into a spacious workshop equipped with a mezzanine floor and additional workspace. It has access to water and has a generous living area of 110 sqm. This space holds immense potential for conversion into a guest house or a gîte. Outside, a covered outdoor kitchen area wired with electric and water connections bespeaks convenience and comfort. You'll find a fourth bedroom tucked away here, complete with a separate shower room/WC. An additional stone garage offers parking space, and there's a separate pump room for the swimming pool which is poised for renovation. The property is set in an area endowed with a temperate climate. Sauzet experiences warm, balmy summers and cool winters, punctuated by the golden hues of an idyllic fall and snowy landscapes in winter, offering a changing, yet enticing living canvas. The grounds of the property are beautifully landscaped, with matured shrubs, trees, and two hectares of forest offering a perfect setting for nature walks or simply peaceful contemplation. Living in Sauzet means immersing yourself in tranquility while staying within reach of urban amenities. Despite its rural charm and quiet atmosphere, this property is only 15 kms away from two bustling towns providing all necessary services and amenities. In Sauzet, the pace of life is unhurried, the air is clean, and the scenic beauty is unmatched. Life in a house in this location is like owning your personal retreat, where you can disconnect from the chaos and reconnect with nature while still having a comfortable life. This house, steeped in character, set amidst the peaceful atmosphere of idyllic Sauzet, is calling out to those in search of tranquility and rural charm. Come for a visit to experience the magical beauty of this countryside paradise. A price tag of 495,000 euro implies not just buying a property but buying an experience, a delightful rural lifestyle. So, don't miss this chance of making this dream house your home.

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Welcome to this regal 12th century manor nestled in the heart of Saint-Priest-les-Fougères, a charming commune located in the awe-inspiring region of Aquitaine, Dordogne, France. Granting an unmissable opportunity to live a life that is truly reminiscent of an opulent epoch, this five-bedroom manor invites you to immerge yourself into the tranquility of bygone days, all encapsulated within the timeless binds of French antiquity. This spectacular abode, situated in Saint-priest-les-fougeres, is no less than a testament to history. Lovingly restored with meticulous attention to authenticity, this magical manor will captivate you from the moment you step through the front door. The vaulted ceilings and solid oak parquet flooring underscore the rich history of the house, while the magnificently exposed beams harbor stories from centuries past. Meet grandeur in every corner of this manor - a large reception hall that welcomes you with its aristocratic charm, a cozy living room waiting to witness your precious moments, an artist's lounge to inspire your creative mind, and five distinct bedrooms promising restful slumber. Moreover, it features one well-appointed bathroom, along with three modern shower rooms, ensuring ample convenience for its residents. A lifestyle of true luxury continues outside the house with nearly one hectare of enclosed parkland surrounding it. A generous outbuilding of approximately 200m2 stands tall nearby, providing an enticing blank canvas for fulfilling any desire, whether it be a hobby workshop, a studio, or an additional guesthouse. From this magnificent manor, one can relish in the truly breathtaking vistas of the Perigord Limousin countryside that unrolls before you like a beautifully painted canvas. Located in one of the most scenic parts of France, Saint-Priest-les-Fougères is an idyllic commune in the Dordogne region, a place that captivates with its surreal landscapes, unique architectural marvels, and infinite opportunities for outdoor activities. Whether you wish to delve into the region's rich history, enjoy the fine local produce, or participate in outdoor adventures, Dordogne caters to every interest. Living in Saint-priest-les-fougeres isn't just a change of address; it's a lifestyle choice. Experience an exceptional quality of life amid the local community that is so mindful of its traditions yet open-hearted and welcoming to newcomers. With everything at your fingertips, your daily life would be a harmonious blend of comfort and convenience. The climate of the area is typically French, characterized by warm, long summers and mild winters. The surrounding lush vegetation flourishes because of the region's plentiful rainfall, ensuring that you're always surrounded by verdant beauty. Experiencing the seasons change here is truly a feast to the senses as the countryside transforms from vibrant spring green landscapes to breathtaking autumn hues. Experiencing life in such a glorious abode transcends ordinary living. The tranquil silence punctuated by the melodies of indigenous birds, the rustle of wind among the trees, the freshness in the air, and the vibrant local community - all contribute to an incredible lifestyle. Each day brings forth new experiences, and every season paints a different picture in this picturesque home, reminding you perpetually of its rich, historical charm. This spectacular manor, harking back from the 12th century yet combined with modern conveniences, offers discerning buyers an opportunity to experience authentic French living at its finest. A price of 467,000 euros is truly a small sum for a residence that offers such a captivating blend of past, present, and future. Nestled among tranquility and nature's bounty, this majestic manor in Saint-Priest-les-Fougères promises a lifetime of immense pleasure and endless memories.

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This beautiful 6 bedroom stone house for sale in Sarlat-La-Caneda, Aquitaine, 24200, France offers an ideal setting to enjoy the best of country living. With 5 minutes to the town centre and its amenities, the house sits in a quiet and wooded environment with a dominant position and no overlooking. The property comprises an entrance hall, a large living/dining room of 44 m2 with fireplace and bar area, a fully fitted kitchen, scullery, laundry room, office, 6 bedrooms, 3 shower rooms, and 3 toilets. Outdoors, you can take advantage of three large covered terraces, a tennis court, heated swimming pool (5*10m), and garden shed. Double glazing, septic tank from 2021, and oil central heating make this property ready to move in. The local area boasts a variety of attractions and activities to make your stay even more enjoyable, including national parks, picturesque villages, and charming castles. Explore all the hidden gems that Sarlat-La-Caneda has to offer and get to know better the culture and tradition of Aquitaine. Enjoy a variety of outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, fishing and kayaking in the rivers and lakes nearby. Learn about the history of the area by visiting some of the most impressive monuments and sites. Taste the delicious local food and wine at the many restaurants in the area. Living in this spectacular house is like being on a permanent holiday. With all the modern comforts of home and the beauty of nature just outside your door, it's the perfect place to relax and unwind. Spend lazy days lounging by the pool, or take advantage of the nearby attractions and explore this fascinating part of the world. This countryside property is sure to provide a lifetime of unforgettable memories.

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Step inside this charming six-bedroom farmhouse of rustic elegance, located in the tranquil commune of Montaigu-de-Quercy, in the Midi-Pyrénées region of Tarn-et-Garonne, France. A slice of pastoral paradise, nestled among the quilt-like pattern of fields and rolling hills, where the calm rhythm of country-living can be savoured and enjoyed. Measuring an expansive 265m2, this traditional stone farmhouse captures the heart of rural French tranquility. Its interior blends modern amenities and rustic charm flawlessly. A well-equipped, spacious kitchen evokes the warmth of the countryside with its mixture of contemporary appliances and rustic details, as though inviting you to prepare meals sourced from the abundance of local farmland. There is a bright and inviting living room - a haven of peace designed perfectly for hosting delightful gatherings or indulging in a quiet, serene evening, caressed by the glow of the setting sun. The farmhouse boasts six comfortable bedrooms, each infused with a unique character and heart-stopping views of the surrounding countryside. Picture falling asleep under a sky dusted with stars and waking to the soft blush of a French sunrise. Two carefully appointed bathrooms ensure ample space and privacy. The elegance of the farmhouse is reflected in every detail, from the rustic wooden beams to the handcrafted furniture pieces, each element contributing to the stylish French country aesthetic. Stepping outside, the property's charm extends into its meticulously manicured gardens, which stretch over a half-acre promising a feast for the senses with an array of seasonal blooms and lush vegetation. A commodious outdoor swimming pool offers an oasis for sun-drenched afternoons with cooling dips, while a traditional stone bread oven awaits those energized by the pleasure of preparing classic French cuisine. Details are evident in every corner, including a functional workshop ideal for creativity or maintenance tasks. Living in Montaigu-de-Quercy means immersing you in nature. Blessed with an enchanting landscape of rolling hills and ancient forests, the area is a haven for nature lovers. This environment provides bountiful opportunities for exhilarating hiking trips, thrilling cycling tours, or peaceful fishing trips on pristine lakes. The region's geographical location provides a varied climate throughout the year, with pleasantly mild temperatures, hot summers inviting for relaxing sessions by the pool, and brief yet charming winters. Snowfalls provide a sparkling white blanket, offering a unique, comforting beauty to the ambient. Local attractions also reveal a wealth of history, from well-maintained medieval villages to fortified towns filled with enticing shops and cafés. Montaigu-de-Quercy is also home to bustling farmers markets where the region’s agricultural riches are proudly showcased for residents and visitors alike. Living in a farmhouse offers a unique way of life where simplicity meets comfort. It is about appreciating the little pleasures in life; enjoying fresh produce that you know has been grown with care, sampling the region's finest wines, watching the sunset over an immaculate landscape from your bedroom window, and most notably, relishing the complete silence, unique to this location. Breathe it in, savor it, and experience a tranquility that only Montaigu-de-Quercy can provide. Life in this farmhouse is more than a home; it is a lifestyle, a sanctuary where you can appreciate every moment of every day in your unique way. This slice of French countryside, combined with a lovingly crafted traditional home, can be yours for 398,000.

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This stunning six-bedroom country house is situated in the Lot-et-Garonne region of Aquitaine, France and is a perfect blend of modern convenience and traditional charm. The ground floor features an entrance hall with wood flooring, separate staircase hallway, cloakroom with wash basin and WC, office with built-in library, dining room with original fire place, salon with original fire place, servants kitchen fully fitted and lower garden level with kitchen/dining fully fitted with original built-in storage cupboards and travertin floors, plus hallway, utility room with wash basin, WC, gym and boiler room with oil fired central heating boiler and oil tank. The first floor boasts three bedrooms en suite, each with wash basin, bath/shower and WC, plus landing/hallway. Upstairs there are another three bedrooms (one with Juliette balcony) all en suite, plus bathroom with wash basin, shower and WC and access to storage room, on the second floor. Additionally, there is attic space/storage. The property also includes a swimming pool 10 m x 5 m, chlorine pool, with roman steps, heated (heath pump), several stone outbuilding (animal shelter, garage, etc.), well and water reserve (citerne) currently used for watering the garden (including a raised vegetable garden), 2.5 ha of private land, directly surrounding the property with landscaped gardens, grassland and some woodland further afield. Enjoy beautiful views of the village from the property and appreciate its quality renovation, offering oil fired central heating throughout and reversible heating/airco on the lower garden level, plus a septic tank conforming to the current regulations. Tournon d’Agenais is 850m away, Montaigu de Quercy 8 km, Montayral 11.5 km, Fumel 13.6 km, Penne d’Agenais 16 km, Villeneuve sur Lot 26 km, Bergerac airport 69 km and Toulouse airport 103 km. This is an opportunity not to be missed!

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Welcome to a captivating 5/6 bedroom residence, nestled amidst the timeless allure of Aquitaine, in the picturesque commune of Tournon-d'Agenais in the Lot-et-Garonne department of France. This magnificent estate is a visual banquet, spanning over an extensive 2.5 hectares of park-like land that further intensifies its stately charm. The property is safely guarded behind an electric entrance gate, ensuring complete privacy and satisfaction. The dwelling itself is a testament to tasteful architectural mastery. Its original design has been diligently maintained, and coupled with recent renovations of the highest caliber to foster a fusion of antique charisma and contemporary style. Underpinning this display of elegance is the pinnacle of modern living, demonstrated in its luxurious layout and design. Beyond the imposing façade, the property unveils beautifully manicured and landscaped gardens dotted with century-old trees. The tranquility of a lily pond awaits those who prefer a moment of solitude, while your inner greenthumb will find solace in the well-maintained vegetable garden. Taking the allure a notch higher, the estate also prides itself of an inviting, recently installed heated swimming pool. The scene is crafted to inspire comfort and leisure. Given the vast expanse of space, the estate also includes various outbuildings and paddocks, which are readily adaptable to suit your personal or commercial needs. These added features bolster the unique proposition this property represents. Located within an arm's reach from a bakery and an array of exquisite restaurants, residing in Tournon-d'Agenais places all your retail needs within walking distance. The vibrant village scenes mixed with the area's historic charm offers a healthy retreat from the bustle of city life. Quick access to Bergerac, Toulouse, and Bordeaux airports, along the Agen/Paris TGV, translate to unparalleled accessibility for major cities across France and beyond. The local area is a haven for outdoor and nature enthusiasts, providing opportunities for fishing, horse riding, and cycling amid stunning scenery. The region is also steeped in culture and history, with an abundance of museums, art galleries, and historic towns waiting to be explored. Climate in the Lot-et-Garonne is temperate, providing a comfortable retreat year-round. The combination of warm and dry summers, with relatively mild winters, makes Tournon-d'Agenais an inviting home for all seasons. The beauty of residing within the vicinity of such an awe-inspiring estate is in its versatility. Whether you are envisioning it as a private haven for your family or a potential Holiday rental, its charms are inescapable. It also presents with promising potential for revenue returns. This property allows you to shape your dream future in the heart of the French countryside! Living in a house comes with a multitude of benefits. The sense of freedom, privacy and the possibility to personalize your living space is unrivaled. The prospect of gardening, decorating to individual preferences, and having personal spaces for all family members enhances the concept of truly being 'home'. A house gives you the liberty to cultivate a personal sanctuary, to suit your personal needs and drives. Seize the opportunity to own this exquisite proposition, an intricate blend of elegance, simplicity and potential. This is more than a home, it is a lifestyle and an investment that binds comfort, luxury and a tasteful slice of French countryside living. To say that this property is a gem would be an understatement. This is a priceless opportunity that should not be missed.

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Nestled in the heart of the Occitanie region in Tarn et Garonne, and not far from the modest yet charming town of Touffailles, is a beguiling stone-built house exuding an old-world charm. Having come into existence in the 1800s, the house in rich in character, history and offers bountiful views of the expansive Occitanie countryside. This three-bedroom house, situated amidst 4.3 acres of greenery and including a sparkling swimming pool, offers a chance to live in nature's lap and experience the beauty of rural France. Spread over an impressive 135 square metres, this residence is an attractive setting for a permanent home or even a delightful retreat away from the hustle and bustle of city life. The presence of barns and outbuildings lends potential for further expansion, subject to requisite planning approval, and adds an element of intrigue to the property. A testament to its historic character is the bread oven located in the attached old stone house hinting at the traditional life the place has witnessed, which could bring a unique slice of rusticity once renovated. Setting the tone for peace and tranquillity, the property finds itself secluded and bereft of any immediate neighbourhood, perfect for those seeking serenity. Quick access to various local amenities is guaranteed with a mere ten-minute travel time. The lively town of Montaigu de Quercy, teeming with its unique attractions, is just fifteen minutes away. Moreover, the close gradient to Toulouse airport, at an hour and twenty minutes, ensures that this haven is easily reachable. Touffailles is a quaint town located in the South West of France. Walking along its peaceful streets, you will be captivated by its splendid countryside and heritage buildings. Outdoor enthusiasts are in for a treat as opportunities abound in walking, cycling, and fishing. Be sure to explore the nearby nature reserves that showcase the stunning local biodiversity. Life in Touffailles is an exciting exploration of rural and modern congruently. The town infrastructure supports fibre optic internet for smooth connectivity, plus a plethora of shops, restaurants, and cafes cater to daily essentials and gastronomic desires. The region is also famous for its incomparable culinary delights and year-round sunny climate, making it a culinary hotspot for food lovers and a warm haven for sun-seekers. Living in this property is all about embracing the slow life while relishing modern comforts. Imagine dining alfresco in your sprawling garden, treating yourself with locally-sourced produce and fresh baguettes from the town's bakery. Here, every day is a celebration of life, a chance to create lasting memories with loved ones encapsulated in the serenity and beauty surrounding you. Let the kids run around in the garden, swim in the pool, or engage in hide and seek fun in the outbuildings. Evening walks could be a rendezvous with the enchanting sunset, casting a magical hue all around. This place slides you into the rhythm of tranquil country living effortlessly. Waking up to the chirps of birds, the whiff of blooming flowers, and the warmth of the morning sun filtering through the windows will be a daily spectacle. The large windows and stone interiors keep the homes cool even during the warmest summer days. As the sun sets, and the countryside turns into a silhouetted dreamscape, huddle next to the rustic fireplace, celebrating the day well spent or planning the joys of tomorrow. Indulge in the charm of rural French living where each day is filled with tranquil simplicities, fresh, flavourful food, warm people, rich history, and sun-washed landscapes. This property priced at 399,000 euros is more than just a house, it's your gateway to a lifestyle meticulously woven around peace, comfort and a deep appreciation for nature's grandeur. It brings you closer to the heart of France, in all its authenticity and elegance, and helps you understand what the French famously call 'La Belle Vie' – The Beautiful Life.

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Welcome to this charming three-bedroom detached house nestled in the serene commune of Fauroux, located in the picturesque Tarn-et-Garonne region of South-Western France. A residence once belonging to the clergy, this house exudes rich history and beckons you to add your touch. A little modernization is indeed required but, beneath the charming veneer of historical patina, lies a potential gem waiting to be revealed. Set on just under an acre of lush, verdant grounds, the property is positioned beautifully at the end of a private country lane, exuding an aura of seclusion and tranquility. It's the perfect canvas to paint a haven of relaxation and peace with your creative ideas. The popular medieval market town of Lauzerte is but a stone's throw away, thus ensuring you are never too far from the convenience of amenities. This house offers a substantial 138m^2 of habitable space distributed over a single-story floor plan. As you ascend a few stairs and cross the threshold, you'll find an inviting living room (18.7 m^2), a spacious dining room (27.9 m^2), and a fully equipped kitchen (16.57 m^2). The living and dining spaces flow seamlessly, perfect for creating cozy meals and shared family time. The house boasts three comfortably sized bedrooms. The main bedroom (18.08 m^2) comes with an adjoining bathroom (5.86 m^2) for added convenience. The two additional bedrooms measure 13.39 m^2 and 11.90 m^2, each paired with impeccably designed shower rooms. Making your descent to the garden level, you will discover a garden shelter (14.93 m^2), providing the ideal setting for peaceful afternoons of reading or painting as you overlook the orchestrated symphony of colors emanating from the surrounding garden. For those of a practical bent, you'll find unexplored potential in the two included cellars of sizable 47.6 m^2 and 52.15 m^2, ideal for storing wine or could be transformed into a personal atelier or gymnasium. Fauroux, the hamlet that this property calls home, is part of the Quercy Blanc region often likened to the Tuscan landscapes, enveloped between the towns of Cahors, Agen, and Toulouse. Gentle limestone hills, fertile valleys, and flowing rivers paint a breathtaking picture of idyllic rural life. Its rich medieval heritage manifests in the high-perched villages, of which Lauzerte is a shining example, bringing to mind tales of French and English wars in the middle ages. The local climate of Tarn-et-Garonne region stands as an appeal in itself, known for warm, sunny summers and mild winters. The abundance of sunshine makes it ideal for growing Chasselas grapes and melons which the local area is renowned for. Inviting warmth during the summer months calls for outdoor festivities, be it a family barbecue in your expansive garden, or sipping refreshments under the shade of native trees. Winters in Fauroux are relatively mild, offering a cozy environment to hibernate with a good book in front of the wood-burner or venture out for bracing walks amid frost-laden landscapes. Fauroux represents the quintessence of rural French charm while still ensuring access to modern conveniences. With local artisan workshops, authentic farmers markets on Wednesdays and Sundays and a variety of cozy cafes and restaurants, you can immerse yourself in the rhythm of pastoral French life. The resplendent three-bedroom property is available at a price of €195,000. Some necessary investments for renovation are required to ensure it is customized to your comfort and aesthetic sensibilities. An inviting blend of history, charm, and potential, this could be the canvas for your dream home in rural France. Live the idyllic French experience at Fauroux. Your rural home awaits!

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Discover France's hidden gem; a charming five-bedroom house in the quaint village of Brassac, located in Midi-Pyrénées, Tarn-et-Garonne. Its historic roots in the mid-eighteenth century sing a tune of rich heritage and history, making it a unique must-have property. Previously used as the former village forge, this house still showcases riveting glimpses of the past with its stone structure, handsome stone arches, and an impressive stone trough. The house features five warmly inviting bedrooms that have seen good upkeep and boast of a comforting aura. A spacious sitting room is complemented by a snug log burning stove, ensuring chilly evenings are spent in the warmth and comfort of your own home. The fitted kitchen, equipped with up-to-date facilities, and the modern bathroom - both hold promising potential and offer an adequate allowance for personalization. While the house has maintained its charm, it anticipates a touch of refreshing to accentuate its charisma. The removal of the old render could beautifully expose the original stone structure, enhancing its appeal and grandeur and assigning a unique allure that only a stone house can possess. The property stands testament to the time, boasting excellent condition and good maintenance over the years. The former forge, currently utilized for storage, presents an interesting opportunity for expansion. With a little creative vision, this space could be seamlessly converted into additional living space or, perhaps, a creative area. The double garage and workshop are added conveniences that cater to practical necessities. The private, lawned garden with established trees serves as your private sanctuary. With an above-ground pool and decked terrace, your summers are set for countless pool-side parties and garden picnics. Brassac is a picturesque village with an enchanting aura. Encompassing the mighty chateau, this village offers a peaceful and quiet living environment. Local amenities are easily accessible with the lively towns of Moissac and Valence d'Agen only a short drive away. From bars, restaurants, and shops to schools, medical centres, and their classical Quercy architecture these towns are a hive of activity and provide all necessary services. Plus, their weekly markets offer charming exploration options. The region enjoys a pleasant climate with a seamless blend of clear skies, sunshine, and occasional showers. Summers are warm while winters are milder, making it an exceptional place to experience the best of France's landscapes and weather. A significant bonus, Toulouse Airport is only an hour and 20-minute drive away, making overseas travel convenient and hassle-free. The property could serve as a wonderful family home with its ample space, making it suitable for various lifestyles; or, for someone looking to invest, it could be transformed into a charming bed-and-breakfast, bringing a taste of French countryside life to travelers from all across the globe. In conclusion, this five-bedroom property in Brassac is more than just a house; it's a slice of history, a treasury of potential, and most importantly, it's a place that you could call home.

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This amazing property in the countryside of Midi-Pyrénées, Tarn-et-Garonne, Brassac, France is an absolute must-see! Located in a quiet and peaceful hamlet, this 3 bedroom house has plenty of charm and character. Facing south, the buildings open onto a courtyard overlooking the valley. With 236m2 of living space, this home features an entrance hall, a fitted kitchen, a lovely living/dining room with a wood burner, a bedroom, a WC and a shower room on the ground floor. On the first floor, you will find two spacious bedrooms, a shower room/WC, and a large sitting room. There is also a bread oven/laundry room, two barns with a total of 198m2, a cellar, a 21m2 covered terrace, and a fully fenced 2,516m2 garden with a 4 x 8m swimming pool. This property has been well maintained and features a central oil-fired boiler, partly underfloor heating, and a wood burning stove. Living in this area is truly a wonderful experience! You have the sound of the church bell ringing in the background, stunning views of the valley below, and the peaceful atmosphere of the hamlet. The local village of Brassac also offers many amenities, including shops, restaurants, bars, and more. It's the perfect place to relax and unwind while still having easy access to all the modern conveniences. Brassac also has a rich cultural history, with architecture and art that reflect its past. The region is full of natural beauty, from rolling hills and valleys to rivers and streams. Whether you are looking for outdoor activities like hiking, biking, or horseback riding, or simply want to take in the stunning scenery, you won't be disappointed. Living in this area provides you with the best of both worlds - the tranquility of the countryside, combined with the hustle and bustle of city life.

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Living in Fumel offers a unique blend of French rustic charm with a dash of modern conveniences. Close to major commerce routes but insulated enough to ensure tranquility and privacy, Fumel genuinely gives you the best of both worlds. The nearby towns of Cahors and Villeneuve-sur-Lot offer bustling markets and cultural events ensuring a vibrant social life. However, if you prefer peace and solitude, the lush greenery, serene rivers, and beautiful vineyards of the Lot valley will provide solace and inspiration in equal measures. Closer home, in Soturac, you will find everything you need for comfortable living, including shops, schools, and healthcare facilities. The local populace is friendly, welcoming and epitomises the warmth of rural France. Traditional festivals and community events punctuate the otherwise relaxing pace of life here. In terms of climate, this part of Occitanie enjoys a rather pleasant Mediterranean climate. The summers are warm and dry, perfect for basking in the sun by your private pool or exploring the enchanting countryside. Winters are mild, making outdoor activities enjoyable through the year. The gorgeous views offered by the changing seasons will never cease to amaze you, no matter how long you live here. Moving on to the house itself, living in a house offers more than just a place to rest your head. It is a perfect amalgamation of beautiful aesthetics and convenience. Take for example, this traditional stone house. At a generous 174 m², this house oozes comfort and tranquillity. The fusion of rustic stone walls and modern amenities lends it a unique character that exudes warmth and style. The house features well-proportioned light-filled rooms that offer generous living spaces. The high ceilings further accentuate a sense of spaciousness. Benefits include central heating, with part underfloor, making the house warm and cosy during the chillier months. And then there is a swimming pool with a beautiful paved terrace, which is perfect for relaxing during the warm summer months or for hosting BBQ parties with friends and family. A well-equipped kitchen makes meal preparation a joy rather than a chore, while the large living room is perfect for quiet family evenings or for entertaining guests. The ground floor also houses a garage, perfect for providing secure parking or storage. The top level boasts a couple of well-sized bedrooms with stunning views of the picturesque surroundings. The transition from the indoors to outdoors is seamless, thanks to the raised terrace overlooking an impressive garden spread over 6,000 m². The garden is verdant and well maintained, offering dots of colour throughout the year with regional flowers in full bloom. The beautiful views stretching over the surrounding countryside further the sense of tranquillity that hangs over the property. In summary, life in Soturac, Fumel offers a quality of living that is rarely matched. The small villages' traditions blended with the perks of modern living creates an attractive balance. Add to this a stunning stone house bathed in sunshine, offering the benefits of country living with the convenience of modern amenities. This makes it not just a house, but a home in the truest sense, waiting to welcome you with open arms. Enjoy a laid-back lifestyle with all the comforts and conveniences you need, surrounded by breathtaking scenery. The price for this tranquillity and comfort? A very reasonable €351,000.

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This beautiful 4 bedroom town house is located in a very small hamlet surrounded by the countryside in Midi-Pyrénées, Tarn-et-Garonne, Lauzerte, France. Just 10 minutes drive from Montaigu de Quercy and Lauzerte, it provides everything you could need for a comfortable stay – perfect as a holiday home or permanent residence. The main house has been tastefully renovated to combine modern convenience with traditional charm. On the ground floor, it boasts an entrance hallway, a fully equipped kitchen with granite worktop and range type oven, a dining room with stone fireplace and an impressive living room with stone fireplace and wood stove. There’s also a cloakroom, laundry room and boiler included. Upstairs, a further living room with wood stove leads to a master bedroom with en-suite shower room and door to Pigeonnier terrace. There are two more bedrooms, both with en-suite shower rooms, plus a family bathroom with WC. Adjacent to the main house is a guest house with its own private terrace and parking. The recently renovated stone barn offers a living room with wood stove and open dining room, a fitted kitchen, bedroom and shower room with Italian shower and toilet. Outside, the grounds of the house are remarkable. There’s an impressive 10 x 5 heated swimming pool, patio surround and stone wall, 3682m2 of well planted gardens with established flowering trees and shrubs, large, covered terrace by the kitchen, open terrace, iron gates nearest the guest house and parking. This turnkey property is ready to move into and enjoy – no work required! Whether you’re looking for a holiday home, a place to retire or simply somewhere special to call your own, this property in Midi-Pyrénées could be just what you’ve been searching for.

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Welcome to the enchanting world of Fumel, France! Nestled amid the beautiful landscapes of the Aquitaine region, our traditional stone house holds within it a lifetime of memories and experiences waiting to be discovered. The property sits in the heart of the exquisite village of Fumel, which itself is a portal into the effervescent culture and charm this quintessential French region offers. With breathtaking views of the verdant countryside, this gem of a place guarantees you the tranquil life you've always dreamed of. Embarking onto the property, a private driveway leads the way to the house, complemented by a verandah that tastefully wraps around the south and west sides. Bathed in an abundance of natural light, the verandah serves as the perfect spot for unwinding with a favourite book or savouring a moment of tranquillity as you soak in the magnificent views. Upon entrance, a spacious hallway invites you into a world of comfort and warmth. You'll be greeted by a large lounge/diner, complete with rustic French doors opening onto a sun-kissed terrace, just perfect for al fresco meals or enjoying a quiet cup of coffee in the mornings. The heart of any house is its kitchen and this one is no exception. Fully fitted, it is designed to cater to every aspect of a family's needs. It opens to an area accommodating four comfortable bedrooms and a sleek shower room on the ground floor. The house also boasts of a practical storeroom and a wine cave, perfect for enjoying a glass of the region's famous wines. Beyond these is a discrete doorway leading to a further bedroom plus a smart studio suite equipped with a handy kitchenette and another shower room. This makes for an ideal space for hosting guests or setting up a home office. Stepping outdoors, you are transported to an entirely different realm. The garden, meticulously landscaped, offers an ambiance of serenity, where you can coexist with nature's wonders. The pool has been tastefully refurbished with a new liner, and a saltwater system and pump. Adjacent to the garden, a fenced meadow with an 80m2 shelter and a well only adds to the charm. Life in Fumel is like stepping into a Monet painting. It's tranquil, serene, and utterly captivating. The village embodies a sense of community that reflects within its inhabitants. A wealth of amenities are just a two-kilometer jaunt away, ensuring you're never too far from your everyday requirements. Indulge in long leisurely walks through the enchanting countryside, partake in a multitude of activities, and immerse in the traditional festivals that bring the village to life throughout the year. Living here in Fumel, each day will be an adventure, a discovery of the French way of life that captivates one and all. Living in a house such as this, you are not just investing in a property, but a lifestyle steeped in culture, filled with beauty and enriched by a community that takes pride in its sense of togetherness. The region's Mediterranean climate, with its warm summers and mild winters, adds to the charm of living in this corner of the world. You'll enjoy clear skies that bathe the village in sunshine, illuminating another beautiful day in paradise. In conclusion, it's not just a house, it's your personal gateway into a world reminiscent of a fairy-tale and a great promise of a peaceful, fulfilling life wrapped in the comfort of a beautiful home! For a price of 362,000 euros, this could be your dream come true where every corner whispers a story of peace, serenity, and warmth.

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