Situated only 10 minutes from the centre of Najac, and 30 minutes from Cordes-sur-Ciel, this 19th century farmhouse comes with 6000m2 (almost 1.5 acres) of land surrounding the property and an additional 37900m2 ( 9 acres approx), mostly of which is agricultural land informally lent to neighbouring farmers for hay. *This land is covered by an annual agreement running from August to July and can be cancelled by giving notice to the farmers.
The farmhouse us approached by a private driveway leading into the courtyard. Set at a right angle to the house is a 18th century maison-grange mainly in its original condition with the exception of a new roof. As the name suggests, a maison-grange was a large barn where the farmer would over winter his livestock in the barn and have his accommodation directly above on the first floor, thus benefiting from the heat generated by the herd below!
Stone construction with rendered finish.
Entrance directly into the Kitchen / dining area, 5m x 4.5m, tiled floor, large cantou chimney area with floor standing Roca oil-fired boiler supplying the central heating, and a Rosieres traditional wood burning range. Porcelain sink with cupboard under, plumbing for washing machine and space for cooker. Large original built in wall cupboard. A staircase leads up to the first floor. Large under stairs cupboard.
Garage, 6.6m x 5m, located directly under Bedrooms 2 and 3, and the bathroom. 2 up and over doors, gravel floor and fuel tank for the boiler.
Landing, 4.8m x 3.3m, radiator, spacious area suitable for office. Door to corridor, 4.1m x 1m, with radiator and doors to bedrooms 2 and 3, and the bathroom.
Bedroom 1, 4.8m x 3m, double aspect, corner fireplace, radiator, wood floor.
Bedroom 2, 4.1m x 3.25m, wood floor, radiator.
Bedroom 3, 3.4m x 3.3m, double aspect, wood floor, radiator.
Bathroom, 2.3m x 1.8m, bath, pedestl wash basin, W.C., wood floor with vinyl covering.
The Ground floor is divided into two areas, one of 8.6m x 6.5m, and a second measuring 3.9m x 6.5m.
The Upper Ground floor is accessed from the side via steps up to the door. The overall dimensions are approximately 12.5m x6.5m. Unable to verify the measurement as floor unsafe in parts. This area could easily accommodate a second floor or mezzanine.
To the side of the barn is a pigeonnier / citerne, 3.8m x 3.6m, used for recuperating water from the barn roof and home to pigeons. At a short distance from the courtyard is a sechoire a chataigne, a roofed stome structure used for drying nuts. It would possibly make an ideal pump house for a swimming pool.
The land around the house is mainly grassed with some shrubs and trees., opening onto open countryside.