Stone house on the river in Cajarc, France

Listing Description

"Sole Agency. Lovely old stone building, high up the steep riverbank. It commands a fabulous riverside position with views in 3 directions - with its own riverbank! Very large Livingroom 56m2, with the kitchen in the adjacent vaulted area. Lovely views over the river valley.

2 bedrooms, one is actually 34m2, and could easily be divided in 2 large bedrooms. A garden terrace with wonderful views over the river.

One floor down, are cellar and spaces for further expansion if needed. There's also a barn on the plot, it has been re-roofed but would need fitting out. The nearby village of Cajarc offers all commodities; Shops, restaurants and even a hospital. On the Lot, there's a lake part, where you can do Waterskiing, Jetski, or just enjoy Kayak or fishing.

Price including agency fees : E 176,550
Price excluding agency fees : E 165,000
Buyer commission included : 7% "

OHDO Notes

1345 square feet on 0.24 acre. I'm going to guess the 1819 above the door is a build date.

Location: Cajarc, Lot, Occitanie. At the time of this post, priced at €159,000 ($180,913 USD). For more information on this property contact Healey Fox, Surrey .

Additional info: Rightmove.co.uk
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5 Comments

    • Kelly, Admin

      Kelly, Admin

      Yikes! On a curve indeed! So do French people drive really fast like Americans? Things rarely scare me off but living on a curve would be a complete “no” for me, even as just a vacation house. My luck is so bad I’d end up waking up with a car laying right on top of me. 😀

  • AmieBack

    When I visited friends living in France, close to their house there was a serious curve where the road narrowed to one lane, and they called it the tooting curve. Everyone tooted their horns before entering the curve. I was there for six weeks, going through that curve several times a day, and never saw an accident, in spite of crazy fast driving.

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