Bargain! Sweet Retreat in Lively French Village – Montcuq, France – €61,600

A very affordable sweet retreat in a lively French village!
Bargain! Sweet Retreat in Lively French Village – Montcuq, France – €61,600

Happy Tuesday! A very affordable sweet retreat in a lively French village!

I usually save properties under $100K for Fridays, but this little abode popped up this morning and I felt so charmed by it! Located in a village infamous for its slightly silly name (Montcuq sounds like “Mon cul” in French) and subject of a classic French comedy sketch (video below!), this village is a bustling area with plenty of shops, cafés, bakeries, and restaurants to explore.

The rainy entrance reminds me of a French café I used to go to in my hometown. For some reason I always went there when it was raining. I remember the warm scents of coffee, chocolate, butter, cheese, ham and the cold, gloomy day outside. So cozy, I miss it! I can imagine this home being perfect for a freelance writer or artist – plenty to see and do, and within budget. It would also be a great summer getaway for those who want a pied-à-terre in France, perhaps to share with friends and family.

From the listing on Leggett:

Are you looking for that small and affordable retreat in a lively French village ? This might just be what you are looking for ! A fully renovated stone village house with living area and kitchen on the ground floor, and a bedroom and bathroom on the first floor. Space for a table and chairs to the front. The property offers double glazing, (electric) shutters on all windows, electric heating and is connected to mains drainage. Offered to a very good standard, this property is ready to move into.

GROUND FLOOR:
Kitchen/living area (22 m2)
FIRST FLOOR:
Bedroom (9,8 m2)
Bathroom (4,4 m2) with wash basin, shower, WC and washing machine

Montcuq: walking distance
Lauzerte: 12 km
Cahors: 26 km
Bergerac airport: 94 km
Toulouse airport: 110 km

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