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Fauroux, Tarn-et-Garonne,
€195,000  |   Ref: 9289A

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  • 3-bed former Presbytery
  • Ideal modernisation project
  • No near neighbours
  • Peaceful & Private
  • Just under an acre of land
  • Lovely views
  • Close to popular market town
  • 90mins from airport at Toulouse

This former presbytery is in need of a little modernising but, with a little TLC, has the potential to be something very special. The property has 3 bedrooms and comes with just under an acre of lovely gardens. It’s in a beautiful position, at the end of a private country lane. The popular market town of Lauzerte is within easy reach.

A few steps up to the front door give access to the accommodation, which is all on the same level. There’s a total of 138m2 of habitable space and the layout is as follows: 

Upper level:
Living-room - (18.7 M2)
Dining room - (27.9 M2)
Equipped kitchen - (16.57 M2)
Lavatory - (3.13 M2)
Bedroom 1 - (18.08 M2)
Bathroom / Lavatory - (5.86 M2)
Bedroom 2 - (11.9 M2)
Shower room / Lavatory - (3 M2)
Landing - (1.5 M2)
Bedroom 3 - (13.39 M2)

Garden level:
1 Garden shelter - (14.93 M2)
Cellar 1- (47.6 M2)
Cellar 2 - (52.15 M2)

Land - (3350 M2)

The property is situated in the rural hamlet of Fauroux, a few kilometers from the delightful Bastide town of Lauzerte. This part of France is known as the Quercy Blanc and occupies the triangle between Cahors, Agen and Toulouse.  

The Quercy Blanc is often referred to as French Tuscany. It stretches along the Lot and Garonne rivers, amongst gentle limestone hills and fertile open valleys.  The scenery will make your heart skip a beat. Most of the villages in the region are built on hilltops, as fortified strongholds when the wars between the French and English were at their height in the Middle Ages. Lauzerte is very typical.

In days gone by it was an important town for pilgrims travelling along the Camino de Santiago and even today you will spot hikers and the occasional friar. Lauzerte is listed as one of the most beautiful villages in France and is known for its artisans and fruit, particularly melons and Chasselas grapes. There is a good selection of shops, many with traditional wrought iron signs representing their trades, which all adds to the authentic Medieval feel.  Market days are on Wednesday and Sundays, when you might wish to drop into one of the delightful cafes or restaurants.

Additional info: 
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Receptions: 1
Habitable space: 138m2
Plot size: 3350m2 
Parking: Yes
Taxe foncière: €TBC
DPE rating: D
Heating: Wood-burner
Drainage: Septic tank 
Neighbours: Distant 
Distance to shops: 10mins 
Distance to airport: 90mins (Toulouse) 

Please note: Agency fees are included in the advertised price and are payable by the purchaser. All locations and sizes are approximate. La Résidence has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading.  However, this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are either given or implied

Fauroux, Tarn-et-Garonne
Midi-Pyrenees 82190
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: 9289A
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