Superb 3 bedroom barn in Midi-Pyrenees France
Euroresales Property iD – 9824759
Large barn of 199 m2 on two floors with 2800 m2 of garden.
Partially restored but still requires further interior work to be carried out.
in a quiet hamlet near the village of Le Vigan.
Opportunity to buy a barn which has been partly restored.
This property already has a new roof, some interior work has been done with 3 bedrooms and plumbing for two bathrooms on the lower floor and large open space for lounge, kitchen and dining on the upper floor and with a fosse septic already installed.
This project gives you the chance to put your own stamp on this property.
Le Vigan is a commune in the Gard department in southern France.
it is a sub-prefecture of the department.
Lot is a department in the Midi-Pyrenees region of southern France.
its home to dramatic clifftop villages such as Rocamadour, known for the Cite Religieuse complex of religious buildings.
To the northeast, the Padirac Cave has underground lakes and unusual rock formations. South, the Pech Merle Cave features prehistoric rock art.
Cahors is a town known for its red wine and the Pont Valentre, a medieval bridge.
stone built barn on sloping site. Ground floor entrance at fron leads to large dining kitchen area the on to large living room with doors overlooking valley.
Stairs down to lower ground floor with two large bedrooms both with en suite facilities . 3rd bedroom and utility room
septic tank drainage installed. Electric and water connections made.
property needs second fix and decoration to complete. large garden area to rear with space allocated for swimming pool
terrace and parking area to front.
cazatou is small hamlet of around ten houses located 2 miles from village of le vigan. and 6 miles from gourdon
A20 motorway junction is about 8 miles away
No. of Beds: 3
No. of Reception Rooms: 2
Floor Space (metres squared): 199
Plot (metres squared): 2500m2
Parking: Off Street Parking
Distance from Sea: 1.5 Hours +
Distance from Airport: 45 mins
Distance from Golf: 1 hour
Distance from Main Attraction: Walking
About the area:
Midi-Pyrenees is a former administrative region of France.
Since 1 January 2016, it has been part of the new region Occitanie.
it was the largest region of Metropolitan France by area, larger than the Netherlands or Denmark.
Occitanie or Occitania is an administrative region of France that was created on January 1st, 2016 from former French regions Languedoc-Roussillon and Midi-Pyrenees. France’s Conseil d’etat approved Occitanie as the new name of the region on September 28th 2016, effective from September 30th 2016.