A tastefully converted house and barn with views towards the Pyrenees.

The house and barn have been designed to create one imposing property offering the possibility of sole occupancy, or part occupancy with gite.  The transformation was the brainchild of a local architect and the result offers the best of character features combined with modern execution. Local shops and facilities are a 5 minute drive away in La Salvetat Peyrales. The UNESCO city of Albi is under an hours drive to the south.

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3 1 1 158 sq m La Salvetat Peyrales. Rodez, 50 minutes, 43km. Toulouse Blagnac, 1 hr 35 minutes, 138km.

The property sits on the edge of a 2000m2 plot with 180 degree views southwards over open countryside, with the possibility of, on occasions, seeing the snow-capped Pyrenees. The provision of a large paved terrace area and raised deck, both south facing, provide the ideal location for outside dining.

The Barn area.

Upper ground floor.

Accessed by steps up to an entrance door which leads onto a Mezzanine, 5.1m x 3.35m, with doors to Bedroom 1 and through to the Kitchen/dining room. A professionally made timber staircase leads down to the Lounge. The mezzanine is currently used as a dining area taking full advantage of the unusual windows created either side of the wood burning stove in the lounge.

Bedroom 1, 3.5m x 3m, double aspect, tiled floor, large built-in wardrobes and door to En-suite, 2.2m x 1.8m with a walled off shower area, 1.2m x 1.1m. The en-suite has a tiled floor and a pedestal wash basin.

Garden level.

The Lounge, 5.24m x 5.1m, double aspect, wood effect floor, vaulted ceiling, highly efficient Norwegian Jotul wood burning stove with, either side, glazed doors out to the terrace. The walls, either side, are in original exposed stone, professionally finished. To the rear of the Lounge, under the mezzanine, is a large summer Kitchen, 6m x 5m, with a wide stable door to the outside and a door communicating with a huge workshop under the house.The summer kitchen is fully fitted,  with gas and electric slot in cooker, and plumbing for washing machine. Island unit.

Workshop, 7.5m x 7m, concrete floor, large double doors on to lane and a door to the rear garden. Hot water cylinder and plumbing for washing machine.  Woodworking type benches with power sockets above.  Small wine cave.

The Original House.

Stable type door from the Mezzanine into the Kitchen / diner, 7m x 4.4m, vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and part exposed stone work. Door into the mezzanine in the converted barn. Stairs up to mezzanine bedroom. The kitchen is fully fitted with built in single stainless steel oven, integrated fridge and dishwasher. Extractor canopy, and large island unit including breakfast bar for two.

Mezzanine Bedroom, 6m x 3m, mansarded with exposed beams and stone work, two velux windows, small window in the gable end. Oak floor.

Bedroom 2, 4.4m x 3m, beamed ceiling, tiled floor, double aspect with stone detail around window to side.

Bathroom, 3m x 2.6m, tiled floor, panelled bath set in four poster type frame, shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin, W.c., chrome towel radiator, window.



Private driveway leading to a large block built open fronted store, 10m x 7.5m, earth floor, currently used for storing logs, the sit on mower and the occasional car.  The driveway has been constructed so as to be able to support most vehicles, big and small.

The garden is mainly lawn with shrubs and some trees. To the rear of the garden is a small vegetable plot.

The garden slopes gently away from the house and affords the most wonderful panoramic views to the south.