Tarn. Montdragon, restored, centrally heated medieval village house .

Montdragon is a historic hilltop village  located 30 minutes from Albi, 15 minutes from Realmont and 75 minutes from Toulouse Blagnac airport. It benefits from 2 restaurants, a grocery/bakery, obligatory hairdressers and a primary school.  The house is in a central location and close to all amenities.

Reference: 4066

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The house is close to the centre of the village and houses the original bread oven located in what was once the bakery. The bakery was located under an arcade  supported by huge stone columns. Due to their age and condition. the current owner had them replaced with identical new stone  columns and the whole of the rear facade was de-rendered revealing the most magnificent pink brick colombage.

The main entrance to the house is at the front. The front façade is much more a country cottage style with a lovely wisteria covered  courtyard area, 24m2 approx..

The House.

The house has an oil-fired central heating system with radiators to all rooms..

Ground floor.

Entrance from courtyard into a small entrance lobby with terracotta tiled floor, 2.5m2, from which there is access to the kitchen and the salon.

Kitchen, 5.6m x 4.2m (23.7m2), triple aspect,antique tiled floor, french doors to front, low voltage inset ceiling lights, typical French rustic style kitchen with original timber wall cupboard.

Salon, 6.6m x 5.6m (37m2), terracotta tiled floor, a mixture of exposed pink brick and oak colombage and stone walls, beamed ceiling supported by three large beams, heavy beamed inglenook style fireplace with free standing Jotul wood burning stove, stairs to first floor and steps down to the cellar. Opening through to what was once the bakery.

The Bakery, 30m2, running the width of the entire property with a painted timber shop front with door to the side and double French doors and a large window under the arcade. Some colombage and exposed stonework, combination of timber and concrete flooring. Door into:

Utility room. 3.4m x 1.8m (6.2m2), modern terracotta floor, plumbing for washing machine, WC and shower enclosure.

Cellar, accessed from salon, a small area used for storing logs via a trap door under the arcade.

First floor.

Landing 3m2, accessing Bedroom 2 and first floor salon.

Salon, 7.2m x 5m (36m2), impressive beamed ceiling, antique tiled floor, original grand fireplace, doors to unused room over the kitchen (to restore), 23m2, Bedroom 1, and inner lobby.

Bedroom 1, 4.9m x 4.6m (22.8m2), beamed ceiling, antique tied floor, with screened quandrant shower enclosure and WC, and large stone fire surround (non-functional).

Inner lobby, 6m2, with storage recess and doors to Bedroom 3 and family bathroom.

Bedroom 3, 5.4m x 3.8m (20.9m2), terracotta floor, beamed ceiling with exposed beams to walls, fireplace.

Bedroom 2, 4m x 3.8m (15.8m2), accessed from landing at the top of the stairs, wooden floor, beamed ceiling, fireplace with antique tiled hearth, door into:

Family bathroom, 6.3m x 3.3m (21m2), beamed ceiling, antique tiled floor, large shower enclosure, separate bath with tiled surround and tiled rear panel, WC, oak vanitary unit with inset bowl and traditional fireplace.