A dreamy French cottage set on roughly 10 acres of land can become your reality for $613,000.
Located in Southern France, in Tarn-et-Garonne — an idyllic river town outside of Toulouse — the farmhouse is made up of five bedrooms and three baths.
“A unique family home that combines old charm with modern comfort,” the listing describes the residence.
Surrounded by farmland, green gardens and pastures, it is ideal for horse lovers, the listing explains — and is only 5 minutes from town where you can visit local shops and restaurants.
The ground level features a living and dining room with exposed stone walls and beams, and a painted concrete floor with sisal carpets, the listing notes. There is also a second living space with terracotta flooring and a newly installed wood burner.
In the kitchen there’s an original fireplace. Both the kitchen and dining areas also boast terracotta flooring and exposed beams. The formal dining room has wooden floors. On the same level is an office, and a washer and dryer space.
On the second level is a Juliette balcony, five bedrooms with four exposed beams and wooden flooring. One of the bedrooms holds a fireplace.
The home was renovated back in 2002.
“You step into a warm and cozy ambiance, where you will quickly feel at home,” the listing says.
“It is very rare to come across such a pleasant and perfectly renovated property.”
With rising interest rates, the COVID-19 pandemic that gave many a new perspective on life, more Americans are now looking to Europe for a more relaxed, affordable lifestyle. Destinations include countries such as France, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Resi Limbeek with Lomagne Properties holds the listing.
Ex-Brit turned Manhattan resident since 2008.