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MAIN RESIDENCE:
The 17th century Quercy Farmhouse is centrally heated by gas.
In the heart of the famous Cahors wine region in the ancient province of The Lot, this charming XV11 century Quercy farmhouse overlooks a valley in a beautiful setting. Built with the champagne coloured stone that is famous in this region.
Stone steps lead to covered porch way and into the entrance hall:
Large L shaped kitchen, dining/living room approx 48m2, with door leading to spacious balcony/terrace overlooking the countryside and beautiful views.
On this floor there are 2 double bedrooms, 15m2 and 10m2, both with en suite shower rooms and toilets.
Stairs lead down to garden level where you will find two more bedrooms: 1 double bedroom of 13m2, bathroom and toilet and 1 single bedroom or office of 8m2. Both bedrooms on this level have doors leading into the garden.
At ground level there is a large cellar - wine cellar and storage - with some work this cellar could become living accommodation.

GUEST ACCOMMODATION:
The Stable - with 2 bedrooms - centrally heated by gas
This charming accommodation, originally for horses and hay storage, has been completely converted, whilst retaining its “caractère ancienne”. It is arranged on two levels, each with a wealth of exposed beams.
The kitchen/diner is fully equipped and includes a split level oven and hob, dishwasher, a fridge/freezer, washing machine, dining table and chairs, with oak units and tiled work surfaces.
A door leads to the garden.
1 large double bedroom with en suite bathroom and separate toilet.
1 double bedroom with en suite shower room and toilet.
Adjoining the Stable is the central heating boiler room with space for garden tools etc.

GUEST ACCOMMODATION:
The Bread Oven - with one bedroom.
In France during the 16th and 17th centuries, if the baker was not within shouting distance, it was usual to have an oven for baking bread at home. The alternative was to walk or ride to the nearest village or go without, unthinkable! This oven was usually attached to, or within, the house.
Many properties in The Lot had a separate building, which served a dual purpose. The sheep would also sleep in the adjoining bergerie.
This Bread Oven/Bergerie is now a carefully restored cottage. It has a fitted oak kitchen/dining room where the original bread oven is now a charming feature. There are tiled work surfaces, split level oven and hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dining table and chairs.
The kitchen/diner leads into a sitting area, with door to private garden/terraces....
Bed on mezzanine. Shower room and toilet.

Ref112856Price€297,400
Montcuq Area
Including Agency fees of 3% to be paid by the Buyer.
Rooms
8
Bedrooms
7
Bathrooms
6
Land
6000m2
Fine 17th century quercy farmhouse 4 bedrooms - 3 bathrooms
plus 2 guest houses
heated swimming pool 12mx6m - approx 6000m² of land

Location

Situated in a hamlet in the beautiful Lot countryside and only 8 minutes drive from a lively medieval village with all amenities, 25 minutes drive from Cahors.

Outbuildings

12 metres x 6 metres swimming pool with roman end. Heated by a heat pump.
Pool-house with kitchen including oven/hob, dish-washer, refrigerators. There is also the pump room and two storage rooms.

Land

About 6000 m2

Utilities

2 Septic tanks, mains water and electricity, broadband internet connection available through France Telecom or plug and play system.

Condition

Excellent condition

Energy Efficiency Data

218
44

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