An outstanding stone country home situated only minutes from a lively riverside village.

Ideally located in a tiny hamlet 2km from Laguepie, 15 minutes from Najac, and 25 minutes from Cordes-sur-Ciel, this house has been totally restored inside and out and has been extended to include a stone pigeonnier and new terrace accessed from the first floor living area. The end result is a spacious three bedroom home offering the best of modern living combined with the character and charm of a bygone age.

Reference: 4953

See video Prestige €230000
3 1 2 166 sq m Laguepie Toulouse blagnac 1 hour 25 minutes

The House.

Dating back to the 17th century,this property extends over three floors. An external set of steps to the front of the house lead up to the original entrance, covered porch with doors into the salon and into bedroom 1 in the recently added pigeonnier.  However the owners prefer to use the ground floor entrance to the rear of the property which leads directly into the heart of the house, the kitchen. Originally, the ground floor of this house was a barn where livestock was kept.

The Kitchen, 10m x 4m, glazed doors to the rear terrace and garden, beamed ceiling, exposed stone walls, tiled floor with underfloor heating, and at the far end a cantou chimney with a Stoves gas range. On the adjacent wall overlooking the rear garden is a wooden sink base with  a large porcelain butler sink and custom made cupboards either side. Alongside the cupboards is space for a dishwasher. A double wooden wall unit is fitted to the left of the sink.  Opposite the sink is the entrance to a large vaulted store room which used to be the original entrance into the barn. A artisan made staircase leads up to the first floor.

Utility/laundry/shower room. 3.6m x 2.3m. with wall mounted Vaillant gas boiler, plumbing for washing machine, pedestal wash basin, W.c., and very large walk in shower enclosure.

First Floor.

The first floor comprises a very large, but cosy lounge, bedroom 1, bathroom and access out on to a beautiful terrace.

Lounge / salon, 10m x 4.2m, double aspect with original oak front door leading out onto the covered front terrace with steps down to front garden. Beamed ceiling, timber floor, exposed stone walls, and colombage.  A magnificent dressed stone fireplace with free standing wood burning stove forms the focal point at the far end of the room. In addition, there is the original stone evier (sink) and niche. A solid timber staircase leads up to the second floor. Hallway leading to:

Bedroom 1, 4.65m x 4m, triple aspect with glazed door leading onto front terrace, timber floor,  beamed ceiling with loft access, crepi walls and stone niche.

Bathroom, 2.3m x 2m, timber floor, part panelled walls, panelled bath, pedestal wash basin and W.C.

Door to Terrace, 3.8m x 3.1m, stone paved floor, parts of the original stone walls including a large rectangular opening creating a window on the rear gaden and beyond.

Second Floor.

Bedroom 2,7.5m x 4.25m including en-suite, heavily beamed and mansarded.  En-suite, 2.6m x 2.1m, part stone walls, beams and tiled floor. W.C., shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin.

Bedroom 3, 4.2m x 3.9m, double aspect, mansarded with beamed ceiling, crepi walls and built in cupboard.


The property comes with 3362m2 land to the front and rear . To the rear of the house is a large terrace area running the length of the house with a part loggia style creating a wonderful summer dining area.

The house is set back from the lane and is approached by a track. To the left of the house is a Garage.