If a quiet life in SW France is your idea of perfect, or if an opportunity to own a beautiful bed and breakfast is your dream, this 18th century property could be exactly what your heart is craving. Beautifully renovated around a courtyard, in keeping with the character of the original house, this property offers 4 spacious and light ensuite bedrooms, with the possibility of three more. A large (69m²) and luminous day room/lounge, a comfortable sittingroom (37m²) and a large but still homely kitchen (33m²) all open onto a terrace and 3 hectares of land, with magnificent views of the surrounding countryside and rolling hills. A library/bureau and 'cave' sit beneath the internal courtyard balcony and a connecting garage completes this very fine stone building. Perfect for stargazers, with the annual summer shooting stars event and clear night sky. Perfect for nature lovers with walks and river bathing close by. The property situated in an area of the Tarn to which Honoré de Balzac's paternal family can be traced, within 90 minutes of Toulouse, 35 minutes from Albi, 35 minutes from Villefranche de Rouergue, 20 minutes from a town with all commerces and trainline (SNCF) and 5 minutes from the nearest village with bakery, bank, medical and grocery services. The house was featured in a popular French property magazine in 2007, which is how the current owners came to find and fall in love with it. Viewing is very highly recommended.
Le Figaro Properties reference : 24240869
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