Stone House in Aurignac, France

Listing Description

"6km from Aurignac, old house with a little one adjoined which needs to be renovated. 2 barns in stone.- Ground floor: kitchen with a big fire place, living-room.- 1st floor: 2 bedrooms (1 with its own bathroom and toilets).Attics which can be transformed in livable place.Double glazing, fuel heating. Lots of potential. To be refreshed.2 barns. Ground of 3500 m2."

OHDO Notes

The listing says the home is 89 square meters which is just under 1000 square feet and sits on 0.86 acre.

Location: Aurignac, Haute-Garonne, Occitanie, France. At the time of this post, priced at €116,600 ($131,868 USD). For more information on this property contact Healey Fox, Surrey .

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  • Kelly, Admin

    Kelly, Admin

    Sorry for the lack of posts, just a little burned out so evenings have been spent relaxing instead of working. 🙂

    I tend to like the small rural homes of France more than the big fancy castles. Only dislike about French listings, they rarely give an idea of exact location so we can see the area via street or aerial view.

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      Not giving the location is a real pain when you want to have a bit of context (is it in town? countryside? secluded?). But I think you’ll remember i explained in a previous post that if an agency gives the address or location precisely enough then the potential buyer will go to the seller directly to avoid paying agent fees (which are around 7%).

      I once worked a year in a real estate agency and I saw how they wrote “town name” but in fact it’s located 12km away in a sleepy town that potential buyers would instantly skip if they knew the house was there. Or in the precise case of my agency they would avoid mentioning other towns around the main one that are known to have gypsies settlements. Or because it’s on a main busy road, or near a railway, etc. There are plenty of primary and secondary reasons why agents hide the real location.

      That said, regarding this house, it totally brings back childhood memories to me, the 1960s decor, wallpapers and heavy pieces of furnitures remind me of aunts’ and uncles’ houses I used to visit. (and some of them still live in this kind of non-updated decor!)

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          I guess most of them lol! This one is said to be 6km away from the town of Aurignac, this is way too wide an area to find it. i did try though coz i had time to kill at work 😛 but i was (as expected) unsuccessful!

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