Najac 10 minutes. A partially renovated semi-detached farmhouse with attached barn.

Reference: 5078

See video Farmhouse/Smallholding €127200
2 0 1 97 sq m Sanvensa Toulouse Blagnac, 1 hour 40 minutes, 125kms.

A partly restored and fully habitable former farmhouse with new slate roof and many original features situated between Najac and Villefranche de Rouergue, Aveyron.

A tiny hamlet close to Sanvensa in the south west Aveyron.Closest shops: Sanvensa,  just over 1 mile. Villefranche de Rouergue, supermarkets, cinema, hospital etc, 7 miles. Najac, 7miles.  Airports: Toulouse, 1 hour 50 minutes. Rodez  airport, 1 hour 15 minutes.

New fully insulated slate roof. Insulated floors between cave and living accommodation. Part double glazed.

Large lounge, large kitchen/diner. 2 bedrooms. Shower room with wc.

1400m2 enclosed garden with stone secadou.

Attached 34m2 barn with timber floor and new roof ready for conversion.

65m2 of insulated roof space available for conversion.

3 large caves.

The House.

Accommodation on upper ground floor and first floor/attic.

Stone steps lead up to entrance to house and a timber covered balcony which runs the length of the house and barn.

Upper ground Floor.

Living room, 27m2, with traditional cantou chimney incorporating a modern twist, beamed ceiling, wooden floor, feature stone walls. Arched entrance into rear souillard, 8m2, with stone contour shelf and original inset wall cupboard.

Kitchen/dining room, 28m2, double aspect, beamed ceiling, timber floor, stairs to first floor bedroom and attic.

Shower room, 6m2, shower enclosure, pedestal wash basin, w.c., timber floor.

Bedroom 1, 12m2, beamed ceiling, door to front balcony, timber floor, obsolete fireplace.

First floor.

Bedroom 2, 16m2, mansarded ceiling, velux window, dormer window. Door to insulated attic space, 65m2, with two dormer windows and 2 velux. Insulated mansarded ceiling.

The attached barn.

A 34m2 stone walled room with timber (original) floor. Possibility of creating two levels of accommodation.

Alongside the barn is an open fronted roof-tiled storage area suitable as possible summer dining room.


A stone wall runs the length of the front of the property with vehicular access via a new sliding gate system (very effective). Close to the gated entrance is the stone secadou originally used for drying nuts etc.

Between the front wall and the house is a courtyard area accessing the three large caves and an understairs storage area.

To the side and rear of the property is lawned garden (needs some reseeding) with  a vegetable area. The house and garden overlook open countryside and the hamlet.

The property is  at the end of a narrow lane, next to a farm.