This surprising villa (1989) was designed by an architect. The house is spacious, bright, and well placed in the middle of 1,2 acres of land. The garden is walled on the streetside and around. Great privacy although there are neighboring houses. At the back one overlooks vast vineyards. In a corner of the garden is a guesthouse and a double carport. Entrance to the drive lane by a remote-controlled fence. No traffic noises. Ample parking space. The garden has many mature trees, bushes, and colorful flowerbeds.
The house has almost 2500 square feet of habitable space.
Spacious entrance hall with toilet. Kitchen and dining area with door to covered terrace. Cozy double lounge (430 square feet) with an inbuilt wood burner. On the ground floor one bedroom with an en suite shower room. On a lower floor a storage space/hobby room and a utility area.
On the higher floor, there are 2 bedrooms of 129 square feet and the master bedroom of 430 square feet with an en suite bathroom.
The guest house offers 710 square feet: kitchen/lounge, bedroom, shower, and toilet. Under the guesthouse a cellar of 215 square feet.
The houses are well insulated and profit from heating by means of a heat pump and a wood burner. The houses are connected to the village sewage system.
Ample space to create a swimming pool. 7 minutes to the supermarket and two attractive villages. 15 minutes to Cahors, the capital of the Lot department. The river Lot streams by at about 400 m.