What can I get for my money?

With plenty of tra­di­tional prop­er­ties in pretty and his­toric vil­lages, plus many hours of sun­shine, Tarn of­fers it all to house-hun­ters. Here’s our se­lec­tion of prop­er­ties for sale

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the heart of the plus beau vil­lage of Puycelsi, this stone house has been ex­ten­sively re­stored and im­proved. It is now a charm­ing and spa­cious home with three bed­rooms, a kitchen/diner, liv­ing room and a two-tiered gar­den. The kitchen needs re-fit­ting but the rest of the house is ready to live in. Con­tact: Agence l’Union agencelu­nion.com

in the vil­lage of Lar­roque, this pretty house would make an ideal hol­i­day home, only an hour from Toulouse air­port and near the pop­u­lar me­dieval vil­lages of Puycelsi and Castel­nau-deMont­mi­ral. It has three bed­rooms, a bath­room and an open-plan kitchen and liv­ing room. Some work is needed. Con­tact: Leggett Im­mo­bilier legget­tfrance.com This at­trac­tive prop­erty has been sym­pa­thet­i­cally ren­o­vated to of­fer three bed­rooms, a large kitchen/din­ing area and a cosy lounge with a wood­burn­ing stove. There is also a stone ruin of a house in the grounds if you want a ren­o­va­tion pro­ject. The house is in a lit­tle ham­let, 30 min­utes from Albi. Con­tact: Beaux Vil­lages Im­mo­bilier beauxvil­lages.com




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