Najac village. A beautifully presented medieval house with three bedrooms, mezzanine/bedroom 4 with en-suite, central heating, garage and incredible views.

Located just below the chateau and a ten minute stroll from the centre of Najac, this stone and lauze property is unique in offering generous sized accommodation, wit a large private garden, a spacious garage, ground floor independent gite and amazing views over the Aveyron valley.  In addition, the property benefits from a modern oil-fired central heating system.  Habitable space 131m2.

Reference: 5425

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3 1 2 131 sq m Najac Toulouse Blagnac 1 hour 35 minutes, 117km.

The Property.

Accommodation is over three floors and a mezzanine.  The gite is totally self-contained with an entrance directly into the gite from the lane.

Ground floor.

The Gite: 6.6m2 x 2.7m2   = 18m2

Basically, one large room of 18m2 built into and featuring the rockface, which has been tastefully divided into a kitchen area and sleeping area.  From the kitchen area a door leads directly in to the shower room with wc and washbasin.   The gite is in excellent order and can be used straight away.  Tiled floors, 2 doors facing the lane.

The Garage:  Large double metal doors leading to a 32m2 garage with concrete floor, electricity, storage arears, oil store and central heating boiler.  Maximum length for a car is 5.8m.

Entrance to the house is through a gateway to the side of the property which leads to a set of steps up to the 2nd floor.

The House

Second floor:  Door into kitchen / dining room.  6.6m2 x 5m2 = 31m2. 

Laid out in the traditional French rustic style with a range of oak units and tiled work surface. Godin electric and gas range cooker hood over, separate laundry area.  Tiled floor, wood burning stove, beamed ceiling, three windows overlooking lane with small built in cupboards under, 2 central heating radiators.  Stairs up to mezannine bedroom area.

Upstairs bedroom:  3.5m2 x 5m2 = 17.7m2 including shower room.

Wood staircase up to bedroom, wood floor, wood pitched ceiling, Velux window to front.  Under eaves cupboard, exposed beams.  en-suite 1.9m2 x 1.7m2  = 3.2m2.  Saniflo WC, vanity unit, shower cubicle.

From the kitchen/dining area, door to living area.

Lounge:  8.3m2 x 3.8m2 = 32m2

Tiled floor, pitched wood ceiling, stone fireplace with inset wood burning stove, 3 windows overlooking the Aveyron countryside, window to rear, door to rear courtyard, 2 central heating radiators.  Stairs down to:

Hallway / library: 3m2 x 5m2 = 15m2.  Cast iron corner fireplace, beamed ceiling, door to rear courtyard, door to bathroom.

Bathroom: 3m2 x 2.7m2 = 8m2.  Tiled floor and walls, beamed ceiling, pedestal wash hand basin, bidet, WC and bath with shower mixer and screen, heated towel radiator.  Window to front with cupboard under. 2 wall lights.

From the hallway door to 2 bedrooms, step down:

Bedroom 1: 5.2m2 x 3m2 = 15.7m2.

Central heating radiator, beamed ceiling, painted concrete floor, 2 windows over looking the lane, door to bedroom 2.

Bedroom 2:  3m2 x 4.5m2 = 13.5m2    (including curtained off hanging area).   Beamed ceiling, painted concrete floor, central heating radiator, 2 steps up leading to door to rear courtyard.

Outside:  The overall plot is 637m2.  The gardens are very private and mainly laid to lawn with terrace area.  Some wide terracing. Lots of fruit trees and shrubs.  There are excellent views over the Aveyron valley and views up towards the chateau.

Along side the house is a ruin of a small house which could eventually be reconstructed, left as a ruin or used as a small walled garden.


Taxe fonciere: 457 euros