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Situated between Gaillac and Albi in a very peaceful setting we find this really charming village mansion with some 400 sqm of living space, including 6 bedrooms and 2 living rooms, renovated with great taste without ignoring true comforts. The garage, the park, the swimming pool and the vegetable garden make it a joyful place to live but also potentially to create 3 bedrooms with bathrooms if you need the extra room for family or to start a small Bed & Breakfast.
This typical Master house is classic in its arrangement; a central corridor distributes the rooms, but here the corridor by its dimensions becomes a living space in its own right where a piano, commodes and other furniture will not feel out of place. Each room (6 bedrooms, 2 living rooms and a large kitchen, 3 bathrooms) conceals its own charm. The living room for example with its refined fireplace and curved windows, the second living room and its magnificent tomettes flooring, the large bedrooms and their beautiful floor. The central corridor, also wide, adds to the sensation of space.
Comfort is also a strong element here; double glazing carpentry wood, insulation in roofing and floors. The exteriors are not to be outdone. From the kitchen, for example, you will have access to a lovely terrace that no one could ever transform into an open veranda on to the garden. At the end of the garden there is a nice swimming pool. Trees, shrubs here, a vegetable garden close to the other side of the small road and finally, a very large garage, cellar under part of the house allows from the courtyard to the back of the house to access the floors after unloading your shopping, bicycles and other bulky items.
Bright, refined, bourgeois spirit, no frills but a lot of chic and ouh la la …
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