Living space of approx. 96 mÂ²
First floor reached by external steps:
Partly fitted kitchen open-plan to the living room and its fireplace: approx. 53 mÂ²
Utility/cloakroom: approx. 3 mÂ²
Shower room accessed via the terrace (an access via the utility room could be created)
Covered terrace/ 'bolet'
Converted attic with 2 bedrooms of approx. 18 and 18.30 mÂ²
Storeroom beneath the outside steps
Cellar with good ceiling height of approx. 35 mÂ²
Stone lean-to/garage of approx. 30 mÂ² with new roof and exit to the vegetable plot
Enclosed garden of approx. 890 mÂ²
In the Causses du Quercy National Park, close to a small village and set in an enclosed plot with low, dry-stone walls, we find this pretty house carefully restored to retain its traditional character.
Taking a pretty stone staircase, you reach the covered terrace with good views over the surrounding countryside. The first floor includes a double-aspect living/dining room with partly fitted kitchen and two doors to the terrace, newly fitted oak flooring, a utility/cloakroom and, down the covered terrace, a shower room (an access via the utility room could be created).
Original features have been retained and include, in the living room, a stone sink, a fitted cupboard, a wall larder and fireplace.
A wooden staircase leads to the converted attic area where there are two, spacious bedrooms.
Original woodwork retained and restored: cupboard doors, doors and shutters. Exposed beams and stonework. Original wood floors retained on the attic level.
Double-glazed - wooden windows and shutters - reversible air conditioning (also provides heating)â€“ septic tank meets current normes - broadband.
At the garden level, there are two cellars - one use and the second with a good ceiling height and a toilet. The stone garage/lean-to has a new roof and a door to a small, neighbouring plot ideal as a vegetable garden.
The grassy plot is enclosed by low, dry-stone walls and has a well and new gates. There is ample room for a pool.
Situated on the southern edge of the Lot, you will be seduced by the charm of this pretty cottage recently renovated with care and retaining many original features. Little work remains and you could move straight in.
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