French Property of the Week: Stunning lakeside stone house in south of France

French Property of the Week: Stunning lakeside stone house in south of France
Photo: Leggett Immobilier
Does a picturesque lakeside property in a woodland setting in the south of France appeal? If so, our property of the week could be your ideal French home.
Where is it?
The property is situated near the spectacular historic hilltop town of Najac (see below) — unsurprisingly named one of the most beautiful villages in France– in the southern French department of Aveyron. 
Photo: AFP
The town of Albi, with its spectacular Cathedral, is just 45 km away and the property is also within striking distance of the small, picturesque city of Rodez (79km) and Montauban (64km).
It is also just under two hours away from Toulouse-Blagnac airport by car which offers a wide choice of flights around Europe, including flights to the UK and Ireland. 
Map: Google Maps
How much does it cost?
The property costs €985,000 or $1,150,852 or £878,817 depending on exchange rates. 
Describe the property
The house comprises 230m2 of livable space spread over three floors, with four bedrooms and two bathrooms.  
Situated in substantial, mainly wooded grounds, this property sits on the edge of its own private lake 
The lounge, which is on the ground floor, has a fireplace and views of the lake. 
The master bedroom suite (29m2) also has stunning views over the lake, as well as a balcony and a private staircase to an en-suite luxury bathroom, which has been featured in magazine photo-shoots.
Outside, the property has a swimming pool which is near completion and a covered summer dining terrace. 
Why buy it?
Estate agent Leggett Immobilier says: “With views over the lake from the lounge, kitchen and master bedroom suite and woodland views elsewhere, this is a tranquil spot for relaxing away from the hustle and bustle of a busy life.
“Many walkways have been made through the private woods on both sides of the lake. The interior is being finished to a very high standard with high quality tiling and oak fittings throughout. Really must be visited to appreciate this rare setting.”
And the pictures

Member comments

The Local is not responsible for content posted by users.

Become a Member to leave a comment.Or login here.