4 bedroom town house for sale, Aveyron, Occitanie
Situated in the heart of this beautiful bastide village, listed as one of the 140 most beautiful villages of France, this very appealing, 4-bedroom, 2 bathroom half-timbered house of character has both a good-sized garden with views as well as off-street parking, highly prized and rare benefits in bastide village properties.
Within a short stroll of the shops, bars and restaurants of the village, this well-restored house with a well-fitted and equipped kitchen, modern bathrooms and oil-fired central heating would be equally suitable as a permanent residence or a holiday home.
The accommodation is arranged over three floors and consists of:
Dining Room: 4.5m x 4m, beamed ceiling, tiled floor, range of built-in cupboards
Fitted Kitchen: 3.5m x 3.5m, with full range of matching units with worktops, 4-ring gas hob, electric oven, extractor fan, dishwasher, fridge, washing machine, tiled floor
Guest Cloakroom: WC, wash basin, tiled floor
Sitting Room: 4.5m x 4.5m, high, beamed ceiling, stone, open fireplace, exposed stone wall, fine views
Bedroom 1: 3.5m x 4.5m
Bedroom 2: 4.25m x 3.25m
Bedroom 3: 3.5m x 3m
Shower Room: fully tiled walk-in shower, wash basin
Bedroom 4: 5.5m x 3.25m, the master bedroom, exposed beams, dormer window
En Suite Bathroom: Bath, wash basin in vanity unit, WC
In addition, there are two large storage rooms, one at the lower ground level and the other on the first floor. The first floor room could be used as a games room or similar.
Outside, there is a large terrace (7m x 3.5m maximum) which is an ideal spot for dining al fresco. From here, there is a stairway which gives access to the car parking area, a fine walnut tree and beyond a good-sized garden with mature trees and shrubs and a rose pergola. There are magnificent views of the castle from the garden.
The house is connected to mains drainage and has the benefit of oil-fired central heating and mains water and electricity. The nearest international airport is at Rodez, just over an hour's drive away, and the airport at Toulouse is a drive of about 1½ hours.
Najac is a commune in the Aveyron department in southern France. It is a picturesque village, set along a ridge above a bend in the Aveyron River. The village economy is based largely on tourism and agriculture. The village attracts visitors for because of its many historic buildings and its medieval character. From the garden of the house, there are fine views of the partly ruined castle which dominates the village. Najac is also one of the 140 or so Plus Beaux Villages de France (most beautiful villages of France), which, in addition to ensuring its tourism status, brings money to maintain the village.
Please note: All room sizes are approximate. La Residence 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 given or implied.