An exceptionally well-presented stone house with views over the chateau.

Concealed behind the typical, charming stone exterior of this double glazed Aveyronnais village house is the fact that the current owners have worked miracles with the renovation works to provide a luxurious, spacious, four bedroom, three bathroom property with many ingenius and unique features.  Nowhere in my years working in the French property market have I ever seen such attention to detail such as selective zone and mood lighting, the use and colour of external tiling, solid polished granite worktops in the kitchen, and metal and glass terrace screening so as  not to impede the view. The list just goes on. This house has to be viewed to appreciate exactly what has been achieved.

Reference: 4530

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4 1 2 120 sq m Najac Rodez airport, 81km, 1hour 10 minutes

The Interior

Ground Floor

Entrance into the house is through a solid oak door into a small vestibule, (1.5m2) with a door into the kitchen / dining area.

Kitchen / dining area, (4.55m x 4.2m), with a fully fitted kitchen including wall cupboards with concealed lighting, and granite tops running the length of one wall. De Dietrich appliances included: induction hob, extraction canopy, built under oven, fridge and dishwasher. On the wall facing the kitchen is a traditional style chimney breast with an inset wood burning stove. Secondary heating is provided by an electric radiator. The ceiling features exposed oak beams. The floor is tiled.

A Lobby, (2.2m x 2m) leads through to the Salon. From the lobby, stairs lead up to the 1st and 2nd floors, and a door opens onto a new stairwell created to access the lower ground floor cave area, a large part of which has been converted into a large vaulted summer dining room.

Salon, (4.4m x 4m), tiled floor, 2 electric  radiators, exposed oak ceiling beams, and an arched fully glazed doorway leading out on to the raised terrace, (5.2m x 2.9m) with security glass balustrade and metal panels, and stone steps down to the lower terrace and garden.

 First Floor.

The first floor comprises a bedroom to the front of the house and a bedroom to the rear. Between the two bedrooms, off the landing, is a shower room.

Shower Room, (2.6m x 1.2m), basically all white with glazed shower enclosure, vanity unit with basin and mirror. Separate storage cupboard. Electric towel ladder radiator and  washing machine.Tiled floor and walls.  Separate W.C., with wall hung wash basin.

Bedroom 1, (4.4m x 3.2m), chestnut floor, electric radiator, oak beamed ceiing, stone recess in wall with niche lighting, part glazed doors to balcony overlooking the street . Hanging recess of 2m.

Bedroom 2,  (4.5m x 3.6m), overall measurement to include fully tiled en-suite shower room with shower enclosure, vanity unit,  w.c. and electric towel ladder radiator, and a run of two double fitted wardrobes. chestnut floor, oak beamed ceiling, Window with view over the valley. Electric radiator.

Second Floor.

Landing with velux

Bathroom, (4.7m2), irregular shape, bath with shower mixer, bidet, vanity unit, w.c., and electric towel ladder radiator. Tiles to walls and floor.

Bedroom 3, (12.6m), sloping ceilings with oak beams, chestnut floor, eaves cupboards,  electric radiator, large velux window, with smaller traditional "chien assis" window in the wall below.

Bedroom 4, (11m2),  beamed sloping ceiling, under eaves storage cupboard, chestnut floor, electric radiator., large velux window with views over the valley.

Lower Ground Floor.

Accessed either internally by stairs or externally by the lower terrace. The lower ground floor consisted originally of one, long stone vaulted cave which linked this property to the house on the opposite side of the lane. This has been professionally blocked off and part of thevaulted cave/cellar left as a storage area with a hot water cylinder, freezer, overflow fridge and tumble dryerThe owners have had this professionally blocked off and have left part of the vaulted cave / cellar as a storage and laundry area with plumbing for washing machine and hot water cylinder. The remaining part, which runs to the rear of the house, has been transformed into a stunning stone vaulted, summer dining room, (4m x 2.5m) with tiled floor, mood lighting and open access to the rear terraces. An electrically operated shutter shuts off the dining room when not in use. Steps up from this dining room lead onto an open plan covered summer lounge, (4m x 2.5m), benefiting from the shade of the terrace above. Tiled floor. A short glass balustrade separates these two rooms. An electrically operated shutter closes off this area from the outside terrace.


VIEWS OF CHATEAU FROM THE TERRACE! The rear terraces and garden are screened either side by walls and vegetation. There is a lower grassed area accessed by steps from the lower terrace and then the land  falls away steeply into the valley. Spectacular valley views.


Double glazed,fully insulated roof and acoustic insulation between floors.

Mains water, mains drainage. Telephone and ADSL.

24/7 air extraction system.