Charming renovated house with land and barn in a quiet hamlet, Aveyron, Occitanie
A deceptively large stone-built house on the edge of a traditional hillside hamlet in the green heart of the Aveyron, with sweeping views toward the Montagne Noire and the Pyrenees to the south.
The house is built into the hillside: the main living space is on the first floor and has been beautifully renovated. The main kitchen/living room is some 50 m2 and benefits from windows to the east and south. It is heated by a good-sized log burner.
A short corridor leads to the master bedroom (with a window and a little 'Juliet balcony' enjoying the southward views), a shower room/WC and a second bedroom.
The upper floor has been living accommodation but is now arranged as a well insulated attic. With further work, including a new access, and (subject to official consent) its 54 m2 could be converted back into two bedrooms and one or two additional bathrooms.
There is a covered north-facing terrace for relaxing in the summer heat.
On the lower floor there are two large, readily accessible cellars. Also part of the former farm is a large stone barn on two levels, each of 76 m2.
There is a garden with an outhouse currently used as a greenhouse, and on the other side of the minor road a plot of land which could for example be a vegetable garden or orchard.
The property is idyllically set amid the green pastures and hanging woods of the Aveyron, but within easy distance of larger villages with shops and restaurants.
Both Rodez and Albi are 45-50 minutes' drive away, while the major international airport of Toulouse is 1 hour 40 minutes drive away. Rodez Airport is about 50 minutes away.
Price including agency fees : 190.000 € Price excluding agency fees : 175.926 € Buyer commission included: 8 %