Gorgeous 4 Bed Stone House with Pool & Guest House in France

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Midi-Pyrénées, Tarn-et-Garonne, Lauzerte, France, Lauzerte (France)

4 Bedrooms · 3 Bathrooms · 244Floor area


Country home


4 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms




Not furnished


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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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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