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4 Bed-Roomed Stone Village House with Swimming Pool.
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Department: Tarn-et-Garonne (82)
Commune: Montaigu-de-Quercy (82150)
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Advert Reference: 1950
- Type: Residential (Village House, House), Maison Ancienne, New-Build / Offplan Property
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bath/ Shower Rooms: 1
- Habitable Size: 170 m²
- Land Size: 238 m²
- Ready to move in
- Walking distance from all shops
- Central Heating
- Double Glazing
- Mains Drainage
- Mains Electricity
- Mains Water
- Renovated / Restored
- Rental / Gîte Potential
- Swimming Pool
- Terrace(s) / Patio(s)
Very cosy and well renovated village house with a habitable space of approx. 170sqm, swimming pool located at a few steps from local shops and primary school on a plot of approx. 238sqm, ideal as a main or holiday home.
The property consists of an entrance of approx. 5sqm going into a large living space with dining room and fully fitted kitchen of approx. 52sqm with direct access to the south facing garden and the dining terrace. Furthet on the ground floor, there is a utility room, toilet and a room with independent entrance which can be used as an office.
From the living room a wooden staircase leads to the upper floor where a landing of approx. 9sqm leads to 4 double bedrooms of approx. 12, 15.16 and 21sqm all equipped with storage, one with dressing room, separate WC and family bathroom of approx. 8sqm with bath and walk-in shower.
Pleasant village garden with swimming pool, parking at the rear of the property.
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