# 5 minutes from Gaillac and 40 minutes from Toulouse airport, stone village house built in 1661 with nearly 2 acres of land, pigeonnier, guesthouse, salt swimming pool and superb countryside views. Lots of original features, such as stone floors, open fireplaces, exposed beams, two wells. 441 m² of habitable space in total, comprising of ground floor: three large reception rooms (tv room, cinema room, impressive dining room with inglenook fireplace), fully equipped kitchen with central island and jotul woodburner, utility room and bathroom. The generous entrance hall with original stone staircase winds up to four enormous bedrooms, bathroom and lounge with fireplace and woodburner on the first floor. Attached to the main house is the old pressoir, currently empty and partially used as a workshop this is a area which offers over 200 m² of future habitable space (possible gite) and has access to a private garden containing the gas tank and vegetable plot. The pigeonnier has been developed into a car port and office on top with a woodburner. Across the courtyard we find a cute maison damis with two bedrooms and bathroom (44 m²). Outside the courtyard the land extends to approximately 5000 m² and including a large salt-water pool and covered summer kitchen area, this is an area exposed to sunlight all day long. Situated in the heart of a village with its own private driveway and orientated towards the countryside the property offers privacy whilst being within walking distance of the local primary school. With the price recently reduced this is not a property that is going to linger on the market for long!