- Ref. SR-1988
- 4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 230 m²
- 365,700 €
A traditional Perigordine 4 bedroom stone house, fully restored and situated in a tranquil setting near the pretty village of Gigouzac.
The character of the property is evident on entering the property with the exposed stone walls of the hallway (6m2), featuring the original ‘evier’ leading through into the lounge/dining room (37m2) a room full of character with its beamed ceiling, large feature fireplace with inset fire, fitted bookcases and bay window overlooking the pool and rear garden.
The fitted kitchen (17m2) at the opposite end of the hall has pretty, traditional units in the ‘provencal’ style with tiled worktops and built in appliances which are all included in the sale price. A cosy corner dining area and doors to the rear garden.
The office/ 4th bedroom (11m2) is also on the ground floor with French doors to the front garden.
A shower room with WC and washbasin
A cellar with its stone floor and walls ideal for wine storage.
A rear hallway (6m2) with French doors from the garden, built in cupboards and easy access from the double carport (23m2) , leading through to the Utility room (8m2) and adjoining workshop (19m2).
The large master bedroom (24m2) is a lovely space again full of character with its full height ceiling and exposed beams. The under eaves space has been well utilised to provide useful storage along with the walk in dressing room. A window with juliette balcony with view over the pool and garden.
There is an en-suite bathroom 7m2) with corner bath/overhead shower, double vanity and WC.
A further two bedrooms on the first floor- a large double (24m2) with full height ceiling and exposed beams and small en-suite WC with washbasin. Opposite is a twin bedroom (13m2) with fitted cupboards.
A further room (19m2) on the first floor is currently used as an art studio accessed from the rear hallway.
The house sits surrounded by its large (4000m2), fully enclosed private garden with mature trees and planting.
The beautiful pool (10m x 5m) sits to the rear of the property. A gazebo (11m2) and stone built barbecue area make this a wonderful space to relax and enjoy the outdoors.
There is a large lawned area to the front of the house and the well with its own perigordine style roof providing a source for watering the garden.
To the side of the property another lawn with an attractive pond and a lavender lined walkway.
The property benefits from full central heating and secondary double glazing.
Tax fonciere 900€
Situated in the beautiful countryside of the Lot department with the capital town of Cahors a 25 minute drive to the south. For daily commerce, the larger village of Saint- Denis-Catus is 10 minute drive.
The A20 motorway can be accessed in 30 minutes to the north of Cahors and the Airports of Brive 50 minutes and Toulouse 1hr 20 minutes.