35 Properties for Sale in Midi-pyrenees

This page lists all our available property for sale in Midi-pyrenees. Currently, we have 35 properties for sale in Midi-pyrenees, 18 houses/villas in Midi-pyrenees, 2 apartments/flats in Midi-pyrenees, 2 land/ruins in Midi-pyrenees, 4 rural properties in Midi-pyrenees and 7 other type(s) of real estate.

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Gîtes - Martel
• Built: 300m2 • Beds: 6 • Baths: 6

A rural ensemble of 2 pretty properties, close to the Lot / Correze borders, with good access to the new airport at Brive Vallee de la Dordogne and the autoroute network. The owners currently reside in a C19th building, converted tastefully from a barn. Light floods into the rooms creating a wonderful feeling of space. The accommodation comprises of on the ground floor : large kitchen / dining room with an excellent range of units and appliances. The dining area is very light, and has a wood burner installed, whilst benefiting from the large barn opening. Also on the ground floor is a spacious bedroom, (with en-suite), a study, laundry / store room, which could easily convert into a further bedroom if desired. 1st floor with wonderful mezzanine library area, secret door leading to master bedroom, with a dressing room and also en-suite. The real 'wow' factor in the house is the stunning lounge, with a fireplace, a great room for entertaining. Adjoining the barn conversion is a good workshop with a store above and the pigeonnier. The maison d'amis is deceptively spacious, and offers a wonderful kitchen / dining room, with a superb flagstone floor. Stairs lead out of the kitchen to a 1st floor bedroom (en-suite). Returning to the ground floor, there is a bedroom, with bathroom adjacent, separate WC, and then a very spacious lounge. From the lounge a 2nd staircase rises to 2 further bedrooms (both en-suite). Alongside the maison d'amis is a bread oven, and 2 piggery units, so there is ample space for storage of garden furniture etc. There is also a recently constructed garage (in wood). The gardens extend to 14,901m, with private areas for the main house and guests. A new pool has been installed for 2014, fenced & alarmed, and therefore complies with current regulations. The fosse has also recently passed an inspection. Nearby, the market town of Martel is popular with a good choice of restaurants & shops. The area is also rich with a number of 'Les plus beaux villages de France' in a highly concentrated area. In good overall condition, these 2 attractive properties offer a number of choices, with some income potential. Peter Elias, (Agent Commercial) - RSAC N°48183917300020. (dont 5.5% TTC honoraires a la charge de l'acquereur) Tel. 06 62 28 02 25- Mail: sales@allez-francais.com



House - Gourdon
• Built: 240m2 • Beds: 5

Large contemporary style house built in 2004 with around 240 m2 of living space on three floors, including 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, newly fitted kitchen and large basement with workshop and garage, all set on around 1 hectare of grounds just outside a busy market town with all amenities south of Gourdon in the Lot. Main features : - around 240 m2 of living space on three floors - large living area with newly fitted open plan kitchen and wood burning stove - 5 Bedrooms - 2 bathrooms with wc - 2 Shower rooms with wc - large basement with summer kitchen, boiler room/laundry, store room, workshop, garage - covered front terrace with access to the garden - back open terrace - garage for 2 cars - outside parking for 3 cars - 3885 m2 of attached garden around the house - 6443 m2 of land (woodland and field) across the road with a stream running through - oil-fired central heating (underfloor on ground floor, radiators on first floor) - water softener - landscaped garden with lawn and rockery, gravelled driveway with parking area - DPE B (energy rating), GES (gas emissions) C The House : Ground floor : - main entrance hall with floor tiles and wood staircase to first floor (9m2) - open plan living area with newly fitted kitchen and wood burner in living area (60m2) - double bedroom (12m2) with en-suite bathroom (72) - double bedroom currently used as a study (11m2) - single bedroom currently used as ironing/sewing room (6m2) - downstairs loo First floor: - central landing area (12m2) - double bedroom (22m2) with dressing room (6m2) and en-suite bath room (9m2) - double bedroom (14m2) with en-suite shower room (7m2) Basement (with access from inside the house): - large tiled storage area (or games room) (42m2) - shower room with wc - summer kitchen with central heating boiler and laundry area (18m2) - workshop (22m2) - garage for two cars (33m2) Facilities : - mains water, electricity, telephone - septic tank - double glazing, fully insulated - oil-fired central heating, wood burning stove - 10 minutes on foot to all shops and schools - 20 minutes to Gourdon with all amenities and schools - ADSL broadband, WIFI A superbly maintained property in lovely location but only a few minutes from all amenities, ideal as a primary residence or for B et B.



Farm - Gourdon
• Built: 150m2 • Beds: 3

Lovely stone property for sale in the heart of a very pretty village with bar and restaurant, comprising a main house with around 120 m2 of living space, an old school house with around 62m2 of space, a barn with garage space and small guest house, heated pool (10m x 4m), just outside a small market town with all shops between Sarlat in the Dordogne and Gourdon in the Lot. Suitable as a primary home and lots of potential to develop a tourist activity or artistic activity (gallery, workshop)... a quiet location but close to all amenities and famous tourist sites. This stone house, which used to be the town hall, has around 120 m2 of living space on three floors and is in the traditional Perigordian style with exposed beams, stone walls and tiled or wooden floors and using traditional materials. Entrance to the house at the front is from the village square into a large kitchen/dining room (28m2) with original fitted cupboards and fitted units, exposed beams and new oak staircase to the first floor. Next to the kitchen is a very large utility room with laundry area, separate toilet with washbasin, and a fitted cupboard and tiled floor (19m2). On the first floor with separate access to the rear of the property is a central corridor (10m2) leading to a spacious and cosy living room with large fireplace and woodburning stove and wood floor (20m2), a bedroom (14m2) with en-suite shower room (3m2) and stairs leading on up to the top floor. Both rooms have doors to the back terrace, pool area and the gardens. On the top floor is a master suite with bedroom (14m2) and a large bathroom with rolltop bath, wc and washbasin (13m2). Behind the house is a private entrance with metal gate and a grassed parking area, leading to the old school house building which has a total of 62 m2 of usable space, recently repointed with new ceiling, leading directly to the enclosed pool area. Opposite the school house is an old stone barn, partly converted into a snug living room with wc off on the ground floor (15m2) with wooden stairs leading to the bedroom above (16m2). On the south side of the house just down from the pool area is a large enclosed grassed area with well and fig tree, mature hedge and a few shrubs, all easily maintained. A fine property in good condition with lots of character, ideal as a large family home or for holiday rentals. The current owners have redone the electricity and plumbing in the house, put in new bathrooms, converted the attic, and all recently decorated, put in a heated pool with surrounding terrace. Facilities: mains water, electricity and drainage, telephone, electric heating. ADSL broadband.



Farm - Souillac
• Built: 125m2 • Beds: 4

Charming old stone fermette for sale consisting of farmhouse, large barn, 2 stable buildings, original stone bakehouse, large open-fronted barn and wood shed set in around 5300m2 of grounds on a plateau above the valley of the Dordogne between Souillac and Rocamadour, in the department of the Lot. Lovely quiet location with views and lots of potential for further restoration. The stone house (124m2) has 3 floors and the living accommodation is mainly on the raised ground floor with a 36m2 south east facing terrace covered with vines in the summer. There is a central hallway (4m2) leading to a large square fitted kitchen (23m2) to the right with old fireplace, wood burning stove, wood floor and ceiling, and to the left a large square living room (28m2) with exposed beams, parquet floor and corner fireplace. On the same floor are three bedrooms (20m2, 16m2, 15m2) all with parquet floors and wood ceilings, and a bathroom with wc (6m2). A flight of stairs from the hallway leads to a superb attic space (78m2) which has two full-sized windows with shutters, and a poplar wood floor in perfect condition. This floor would make a luxury bedroom with en-suite or two smaller bedrooms with large bathroom. The lower ground floor consists of a further bedroom (28m2), boiler/laundry room (24m2), and cellar (51m2). The outbuildings consist of a large two-floor stone barn (200m2) with separate entrances on both levels, two smaller stable buildings (36m2, 24m2), a bakehouse with original bread oven and new roof (20m2), and two open-fronted wooden barns (176m2, 20m2), all in good condition. The garden area around the house is simply landscaped with mature trees, flowering shrubs, flower beds, climbing vines and an enclosed vegetable plot. The rest of the grounds are open grassland with lovely views on the countryside. A perfectly charming property with immense potential for further conversion. Facilities: mains water et electricity, telephone, septic tank with grease filter, oil-fired central heating. ADSL broadband.



House - Gourdon
• Built: 215m2 • Beds: 5

A spacious town Manor house for sale dating from 1820 with around 215 m2 of comfortable living space, large basement, loft style attic, terrace and veranda, heated pool (9m x 4m), greenhouse, garden shed/garage, covered car port, all set on around 4422 m2 of enclosed grounds with mature trees, fruit trees, ornamental shrubs just on the edge of a medieval market town in the Lot, on the borders of the Dordogne A beautiful house, quiet location and lots of character... but only 2 minutes to all shops. Main features : - large stone house with around 215 m2 of living space - South facing terrace and veranda - spacious basement with laundy/boiler room, wine cellar, storeroom, workshop (70 m2) - 4422 m2 of landscaped grounds, fruit trees and greenhouse - oil-fired central heating - geothermically-heated hot water supply - heated pool (9m x 4m), roman steps, surrounding terrace (2007) - covered parking area for 2 cars, garage/garden shed (18m2) - large parking area for numerous cars and camping car The House : Ground floor: - entrance hall with tiled floor and marble staircase (15m2) - fitted kitchen with access to the basement and door to veranda (11 m2) - dining room off kitchen with French windows to the terrace (19 m2) - large living room with ireplace and wood burning stove (34 m2) - downstairs loo with washbasin - veranda (12 m2) First floor: - central landing - 4 bedrooms (18m2, 18m2, 12m2, 12m2) - 1 family bathroom bath and wc (5m2) - 1 family shower room with wc (m2) Second floor (66m2): - Large open plan loft-style bedroom with living area and loo with washbasin Basement (70m2) : - wine cellar, storeroom and laundry/boiler room, workshop Facilities: - mains water, electricity - rainwater reserves (4500 m3) - mains drainage - Oil-fired central heating and wood burning stove in living room - partial double glazing - 2 minutes drive to town with all amenities - ADLS broadband, WIFI - DPE D (206), GES F (62)

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Information on Property in Midi-pyrenees

Midi-Pyrenees is yet another region of France, offering property buyers a huge range of real estate options within a diverse mix of countryside, including agricultural land and the snowy mountains of the Pyrenees. Tourists, second homebuyers and buy-to-let investors choose the region for its great food, temperate climate, pleasant major cities such as Toulouse and Rodez (each with international airports), unspoilt rolling countryside, as well as superb mountain ski resorts. Property in the Midi-Pyrenees region is growing in popularity while it now takes the overspill from the already busy property market in neighbouring Languedoc Rouissillon. Inland properties here are being snapped up for lower prices, particularly around Aveyron and Tarn, and many buyers are converting them into ideal holiday homes. The Hautes-Pyrennees is particularly popular for farm renovation projects to create beautiful character properties and ski chalets.

Midi-pyrenees Property News

The latest property and real estate-related news for Midi-pyrenees and surrounding areas

  • France still popular with the wealthy

    20 February 2013

    French property is a perennial favourite of investors and it seems the financial crisis has done little to dent the interest of the world's wealthiest buyers. According to the international outlook report from...

  • Is French property in a slump?

    23 January 2013

    French property continues to be attractive to overseas investors but it could be entering a slump. Figures from the FNAIM, the organisation that represents estate agents, revealed that sales fell in 2012 across most regi...

  • Price rises in France tempting investors

    16 March 2011

    A growing number of overseas investors are looking to take advantage of rising prices in France, it has been suggested. According to the latest monthly report from Rightmove International, internet searches for real esta...

  • New development planned for French Alps

    10 November 2010

    In excess of a thousand new properties are to be built in French ski resorts, it has been announced. The news is sure to interest individuals looking at Midi-Pyrenees property listings or those searching for Provence-Alp...

  • 24 August 2010 - Rural French property 'experiencing peaks and troughs'
  • 11 August 2010 - France and Germany tipped for commercial property investment
  • French property to be popular after the economic crisis

    14 June 2010

    As a result of the global economic crisis a large number of property investors are expected to buy closer to home in the future, with the French real estate sector looking to be an attractive proposition for many....

  • Investor confidence is returning to the French property market

    07 June 2010

    The number of property investors looking to take advantage of the recovering French real estate market rose steeply during May, with many individuals feeling more confident about re-entering the sector....

  • Pyrenees destination hailed by celebrity chef

    10 July 2009

    A celebrity chef has praised Aveyron in the midi-Pyrenees in an article in which a number of French experts were asked about the best places to travel to in France. Speaking to the Observer, Cyril Lignac compared the re...

  • Lot area 'attracts plenty' of British buyers

    06 March 2009

    The Midi-Pyrenees region of France attracts a large number of British property buyers, it has been stated. In particular, investors are keen on the area around Lot, marketing and communications official for the Midi-Pyr...

Schools in and Around Midi-pyrenees

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Closest / Nearest Airport to Midi-pyrenees

Other Airport(s) Near to Midi-pyrenees, France

  • Aeroport De Toulouse - BlagnacAeroport De Toulouse - Blagnac (1.21Km)
  • Aeroport De Toulouse FrancazalAeroport De Toulouse Francazal (9.85Km)
  • Aeroport De Saint-girons - AntichanAeroport De Saint-girons - Antichan (72.32Km)

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