A traditional pigeonnier and barn for renovation, Tarn, Occitanie
A rare chance to buy a traditional stone pigeonnier and barn for renovation, plus a hectare of land on which building consent can be granted.
Potential to convert into a 250+ m2 house, subject to planning permission.
Scope for a pool, smallholding, extra dwelling. Close to several of France’s finest villages.
It is becoming harder to find good opportunities for renovation like this one. In a peaceful hamlet in a scenic area of South-West France near the Tarn/Aveyron border.
A traditional barn and adjoining two-storey pigeonnier, with a single storey extension provisionally arranged to provide 63m2 of living space: a living room with kitchen area; a corridor which doubles as a bathroom and toilet; and a bedroom.
Both the barn and the pigeonnier are built in local stone, and there is potential to connect the two and create a charming character property of 200m2 or more.
A further feature is the 37m2 south-facing conservatory.
There is space for a pool and terrace as the house stands on its own land of nearly one hectare, all within the local ‘zone constructible’ but subject to official consent. A further dwelling could be added or part of the land sold off for development.
The attached land would also make an ideal smallholding or could simply be left as an extended garden, orchard or woodland.