Property For Sale Montpezat-De-Quercy,France

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4 bed Property for sale

Stunning Historic House For Sale in Tarn et Garonne France

$143,806 | £103,444 | €119,000
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Stunning Historic House For Sale in Tarn et Garonne France


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Property information:

Period property of historical significance in bastide town with 14th Century collegiale (still functional as local church). Looks onto village entrance archway. Comprising ground floor, first floor and second floor.

Recently restored facade and paintwork (completed June 2020). Large kitchen with two utility rooms. Lounge, hall, corridor, staircase to first floor. One bathroom decorated, second bathroom has not yet been restored. Surrounding properties have recently been restored.

Thriving village community, including Town Hall, Post Office, Bank, Doctor's surgery, schools, supermarket, shops, hairdressers, excellent restaurant (La Table du Cardinal,20m from house), bar/cafe, boulangerie, tourist office, pharmacy, Saturday morning market.

in summer: wine festival, jazz festival and public outdoor swimming pool.Surrounded by excellent walking country, woodland and causse (the local white stone from which the house is constructed). Half an hour by car to Cahors - home of Malbec wine. One hour from city of Toulouse and airport. 2.5 hours from Bordeaux.

About the Area:

Montpezat-de-Quercy is a commune in the Tarn-et-Garonne departement in the Occitanie region in southern France.

Montpezat-de-Quercy is situated 35 km (22 mi) north of Montauban. The commune has been listed as a protected town, mainly thanks to its 14th-century church, which contains tapestries from the sixteenth century relating the life of St Martin.

Tarn-et-Garonne (French pronunciation: ​[taʁn e ɡaʁɔn]; Occitan: Tarn e Garona [ˈtaɾ e ɣaˈɾɔnɔ]) is a department Southwestern France. it is traversed by the rivers Tarn and Garonne, from which it takes its name. This area was originally part of the former provinces of Quercy and Languedoc. The department was created in 1808 by Napoleon, with territory being taken from the departments of Lot, Haute-Garonne, Lot-et-Garonne, Gers and Aveyron.

The department is mostly rural with fertile agricultural land in the broad river valley, but there are hilly areas to the south, east and north. The departmental prefecture is Montauban, and some of the other large communes include Castelsarrasin, Molieres, Caussade, Valence-d'Agen and the medieval town of Lauzerte. in 2016, it had a population of 256,897.



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