How does the idea of a renovation property for under £66k grab you? If it does, read on and find out about this 1950s modernist property in Labastide-Rouairoux, Tarn, southern France.
Big thanks to Colette for letting us know about this. She spotted it driving through the Tarn region, then after some detective work spotted it for sale. It needs work, but at this price you might have the budget to do it.
The house dates back to 1951 and for that year, is quite a bold structure. We would have had this at least a decade later, maybe more. An individual architect design, but so far we haven’t been able to nail down just who the architect was.
The agent describes this as original and spacious, with the house covering 150 sq. metres internally. with 1000 sq. metres of land coming with it too. The internal space is currently laid out with four bedrooms, a kitchen and a large living room. A two-car garage accompanies with the place with a full basement also accessible.
The agent also adds that this could be a possible holiday rental, to least because of the local tourist industry. Perhaps even a second home if you can make that work for you.
But work does need doing, with the agent describing it as ‘not big work’. But plenty of cosmetic reworking, that’s for sure.
Anyway, this is up with two agents, with the lowest price at €85,000, which comes out at around £65,800.