For sale, Najac village. A fine example of a medieval town house with a colombage exterior and slate roof.

Reference: 5238

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2 1 0 117 sq m Najac Toulouse Blagnac, 1hour 40 minutes, 117km.

The house is located next to “La maison de Gouverneur” and dates back to around the 14th century. The castle of Najac is at a very short distance from the house and can clearly be seen from most of the windows. Although not having an attached garden, two parcels of land totalling 66m2, located directly opposite the house, on the opposite side of the lane, make up part of the property.

The house has been extensively restored and now offers a ground floor comprising living room and kitchen, a first floor with two bedrooms and a bathroom, and a second floor with one room running the length of the house.

In tradition with most of the older properties in the village, this house also has extensive cellars, accessed from the living room.

The House.

The house has new hardwood double glazed windows and doors with the exception of the bathroom and Bedroom 2. In addition, the house has been well insulated and benefits from new electrics and plumbing. There remains some minor, mainly cosmetic works to be completed

Ground Floor.

Entry from the lane directly into the Living room.

Living Room,8.7m x3.8m, oak beamed ceiling, wood effect flooring, oak fireplace with wood burning stove, 2 feature stone recesses in the wall to the front with a shelf under, and two electric radiators. Stairs to First floor. Door to small lobby with door to the lane, and steps down to the cellars

The Living Room joins the kitchen which is slightly offset.

Kitchen, 2.9m x 2.6m, basic with a double bowl sink, recessed wall shelving and plumbing for washing machine. Wood effect flooring. Inset ceiling lighting.

The staircase to the first floor is a modern combination of wood and metal.

First Floor.

Landing, 3.9m x 3.1m, with a large oak beam running the length of the landing / corridor. A large storage recess runs the width of the landing. Door with stairs leading up to the second floor.

Bathroom, 3.3m x 3.25m, panelled bath, stone and oak modern sink unit, W.c., beamed ceiling and lino floor. Single glazed window. The bathroom needs finishing.

Bedroom 2, 3.1m x 2.5m, beamed ceiling, single glazed window.

Bedroom 1, 4m x 3.8m, original pegged floor, panelled ceiling, double aspect, small shelving recess.

Second Floor.

Renovated roof space in two parts, one is 3.8m x 2.45m with a step up to the second part measuring 6.6m x 2.7m, three new velux and two renewed windows, new hardwood floor, feature beams and one electric radiator.

Lower ground floor.

Two cellars, 3.4m x 2.25m opening into 5.2m x 4.2m with an arched passageway between the two. 

One vaulted cellar.

Exterior.

Directly opposite the front door, on the other side of the lane, is a small garden of 66m2.  This garden has low stone walls to the sides fronting on to the lanes and the third boundary is the monumental wall of “la maison du Gouverneur”.

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