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An attractive stone 17th century village house sympathetically renovated to the highest standards in the centre of the quiet, attractive village of Dégagnac in the Lot. Adjoining is a stone village house dating to the C13th in need of renovation. For the main house - The ground floor consists of a generous dining room, lovely sitting room, kitchen, rear kitchen and shower / utility room. Enter the house via a large, half-glazed door from the pretty village square into the large spacious dining room that has an open stone and brick fireplace with wood burner, a lovely window seat with views over the village square, and rustic tiled floor. Beautiful old walnut stairs lead from this room to next level, tucked under the stairs is a stone-arched alcove that was originally a bread oven. Adjacent to the dining room is a light filled sitting room with traditional marble fireplace, polished wooden floors and a view across the town square. The kitchen is a cook's delight and has been renovated and re-fitted to the highest standards. It boasts fitted cupboards, space and plumbing for a range cooker and dishwasher, lovely matching rustic tiled floor, and French doors open to the garden. The boiler room with oak double doors is off the kitchen. Next to the kitchen is a small rear kitchen with built in pantry, plus plumbing and space for a large fridge plus washing machine. There is also a shower / utility room with WC on the ground floor. On the first floor is a landing with polished wooden floorboards, 3 bedrooms, a bathroom and a terrace that overlooks the garden. The master bedroom has an open fireplace, polished wooden boards and a view across the peaceful village square. The second bedroom also has an open fireplace, polished wooden boards and views across the village square, this room is currently used as a study and has the potential for either a bedroom or study. The third bedroom is at the rear of the house and overlooks the garden and terrace, it has stripped wooden floors and a built in cupboard. The first floor bathroom is a full bathroom with bath, shower, vanity and WC, it has quality fittings throughout. Off the first floor hall way is the newly paved and painted terrace which is very private and looks over the garden. The walnut staircase continues up into the attic which has a floor of chestnut parquet and could be converted into one large room or two smaller rooms. The pretty private rear garden has mature apple and cherry trees and established garden beds and lawn. There is a gazebo built on a timber decking base which is perfect for alfresco dining. The garden has room for a swimming pool. The property has oil-fired central heating and mains electric and drainage. There is a telephone line to the property which enables broadband connection. The adjoining historic building is one of the oldest buildings in the town and needs significant renovation. The rooms could be configured in the following way: Ground floor: Enter from the village square to a large room which has potential to be a generous living room with a large open fireplace, from this room are stairs to a room on the upper ground level which would make an ideal large country kitchen/dining room with doors to garden. The first floor has potential for one generous bedroom with en-suite and views over the village square and a second bedroom up a short flight of stairs with en-suite and views over the garden. The second floor has the potential for two more bedrooms both with en-suites. It has Velux windows with views over square and garden. To the rear small garden/patio of 20m. The roof and timberwork are in good condition, having been renewed in recent years, but the rooms to the rear of the house would need new joists/floors/ceilings.
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