Najac village. An historic 4 bedroom stone house with terrace and garden.

Situated in the oldest part of Najac, close to the church, originally two houses, but now transformed into one spacious property with terrace and 2000m2 approx. of garden with amazing southerly views over the Aveyron valley.

Reference: 4335

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4 0 1 129 sq m Najac Rodez airport, 73 minutes, 81km. Toulouse Blagnac, 95 minutes, 118km.

The House.

Constructed from local granite with a lauze and slate roof, and built over four levels, the house has retained many original features and includes in the cave, the most amazing stone pool fed by a spring.


Ground floor

Entrance directly from the lane into:

Living room, 8.5m x 3.8m down  to 3m, window onto lane, beamed ceiling, timber floor, grand stone open fireplace, French doors to rear south facing balcony with views over the garden and valley. Door down to Bedroom 4 and cellar. Steps up to a small inner hall with hot water cylinder.

Kitchen, 3.2m x 3m, traditional kitchen with some units including a porcelain single drainer sink unit, window on o lane, electric radiator, exposed beamed ceiling,  doors to upper floor, lower floors, shower room and bedroom.

Shower room, 2.8m x 1.3m, shower cubicle, plumbing for washing machine, wash basin, w.c., electric radiator and beamed ceiling.

Bedroom 1, 3.1m x 4.2m, beamed ceiling, wooden floor, south facing window, electric radiator.


First floor.

Original timber staircase up to:

Bedroom 2, 4.3m x 4m, constructed in the roof space with many fine beams, a wall of timber and stone colombage, double glazed velux window, smaller roof light, wooden floor.


Lower ground floor.

Stairs down to:

Bedroom 3, 6.7m x 4.1m, beamed ceiling, wooden floor, large niche, under stairs storage area, south facing window, 2 electric radiators,  Door down to Cave/cellar.


Cave (terrace level), 6.6m x 3.8m, stone steps down to a large stone cave with a stone arch revealing a pool of constant fresh water from a spring. Stone walls, electric light, beamed ceiling, concrete floor, 2 small windows, and door to rear terrace.


From the living room a door leads down to a lower landing, 4m x 3.1m,  which includes an enclosed cloakroom with w.c. and pedestal washbasin. Doors to Bedroom 4 and to cellar.

Bedroom 4, 4m x 4m, double aspect with south facing window and smaller window to the west side. Beamed ceiling, timber floor.

Cellar (terrace level), divided into two areas. Cellar 1, 3.2m x 2.6m, concrete floor, stone walls, wide opening to Cellar 2, 3.8m x 3.7m, stone walls, beamed ceiling, concrete floor, an 8 glazed brick pane to the side wall, glazed door to terrace.



A large walled terrace extends the full width of the property with a side entrance accessed from the lane to the front of the property, and there are two separate access points from the house. Stone steps lead down from the terrace into a large, untended  garden with some trees and a former stone bath area. There exists a gate from the garden onto the road which runs below the house on the south side.