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Nr Caylus, Tarn-et-Garonne

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  • 2 characterful homes  -  a Farmhouse and a Converted Barn
  • A Business Income
  • A fascinating Development Project
  • Edge of historic village location
  • Mature Walled Garden
  • DPE = 286 [E] GES = 5 [A]

REDUCED: La Barriere is a 17th Century property lovingly restored over the past 25 years by its present owners. These farm buildings are situated on the edge of a village of 200 inhabitants that overlooks one of the most beautiful valleys in S-W France. The farmhouse has served as an outstandingly successful gite for 20 years.  La Barriere is enclosed by high stone walls and thus is as private or as open as the owners choose. In addition to the restored accommodation are five further rooms and a small barn ripe for restoration.  The Old Forge (70 sq. metres) is an excellent, spacious workshop with a solid floor, electricity, hot and cold water and easy access to transport. The Converted Barn.  Built in 1731, the barn was converted to a dwelling in 2007.  It is the owners’ home and doubles as an Art Gallery.  It has a luxurious masonry wood-stove, extremely economical within this super-insulated home.


The medieval village of Caylus, 4 kms. away, has a good garage, a bank, a post office, 2 bakeries, restaurants, 2 supermarkets, 2 street markets a week. There is a good library, a mediateque, tennis and table tennis clubs. If you are interested in history, art, natural history or gardening this area has inexhaustible resources. Housebuilders can find their materials nearby and there are good artisans in all trades. Tourism is naturally important to the local economy but the summer invasion of visitors is not disruptive. St Antonin Noble Val , 14 kms. from La Barrière, is another medieval village of great charm, with an outstanding Sunday morning market full of local, seasonal produce. It is situated on the Aveyron river where canoeing is popular. There is also a cinema showing many international films.


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Ref 10045
Lacapelle-Livron 82160
County: Tarn-et-Garonne
Sale Type: Under Offer
Ref #: 10045
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