A classic stone corps de ferme with 1.3 hectares (3.26 acres) of usable land.

Situated between Bor et Bar and La Fouillade, although in a rural position, this property is under five minutes from the lively village of la Fouillade with its schools, doctors, shops, cafes and supermarket. The historic village of Najac, officially, one of the most beautiful villages in France, is less than 10 minutes by car.

Reference: 4966

See video Prestige €198000
5 1 0 136 sq m Bor et bar Toulouse Blagnac1 hour 35 minutes. 116km.

The property consists of a stone and slate farmhouse with , attached barn, summer kitchen and garage.  The land is divided into a large area of park with many fine trees, and, behind the house, a large, gently sloping pasture. On the property is a well and two springs.

A pair of wrought iron gates give access to  a large gravelled area capable of accommodating several vehicles. From this area there is direct and flat access to the garage (currently home to a large caravan*), and the house and barn. *Not part of the sale. 

The House.

The house benefits from oil gas-fired central heating. All rooms have radiators.

Entrance, 1.7m x 1.3m, door to the left into salon, and right into the dining room.

Dining room, 4.9m x 4.3m, double aspect with window looking over the courtyard and a glazed door to the rear overlooking the field.  The dining room has a large cantou style fireplace with an old cast iron Godin Colonial wood burning stove. The ceiling is wood panelled and there are two central heating radiators. From the dining rom a oor leads through to the kitchen.

Kitchen,3.4m x 2.6m, tiled floor, wood panelled ceiling, Two bowl stainless steel sink with storage under, gas cooker and gas water heaterDor to utility room.

Utility room, 3.5m x 2.4m, with Ideal Standard oil-fired boiler , sink, tiled floor and cloakroom with W,C. Door onto front courtyard.

Door from Kitchen into Bathroom, 3.4m x 1.34m, tiled floor, panelled ceiling, bath and pedestal wash basin.

The Salon, 6.17m x 3.62m, wood panelled ceiling, double aspect with French doors oening to the rear, corner brick chimney with fireplace. Oak staircase to landing.

First floor.

Landing, 8.8m x 4.2m reducing to 1.11m. Window to rear wall and loft access.

Washroom/W.c., 2.1m x 1.8m, pedestal wash basin, W.C., bidet and hot water cylinder

Bedroom 1, 3.4m x 3.2m, wooden floor, window o courtyard.

Bedroom 2, 3.4m x 3.2m, wooden floor, courtyard view.

Bedroom 3, 4m x 3.7m, wooden floor, courtyard view.

Bedroom 4, 3.14m x 2.68m, wooden floor, window to rear.

Bedroom 5, 3.8m x 3m, double aspect with windows to front and side. Panelled ceiling, wooden floor.


The Barn. 12.3m x 5.3m with two levels. Entrance through a stone arch adjacent to the front of the house. Timbers in good condition, stonewalls, electric light. Steps up to first floor.

Joining to the side of the barn is a Summer Kitchen, 6m x 2.6m, with doors both to the courtyard and a terrace at the rear overlooking the garden. The kitchen has a beamed ceiling, tiled floor, porcelain sink and a chimney /fireplace for cooking.

Next to the Summer kitchen is a Garage, 5.5m x 3.1m, with concrete floor, folding doors and an entrance at the side which is no longer used.

The Land.

The land is roughly divided in two parts. The land to the front of the house and to the rear has the feeling of parkland in the traditional sense with well established trees creating short avenues of shade, whilst to the rear, the land is mainly lawn bordered by high hedges. To theerear of the house is a narrow strip of garde which is divided from the remaing land by a fence wit an access gate.

All in all, probably one of the most charming properties I have seen in many a year.