Blasi has been sympathetically renovated recently retaining many original features. The light and spacious accommodation is on two floors.
Downstairs Blasi has a large fully equipped Farmhouse kitchen. There is a second kitchen (containing a 6 burner 2 oven Falcon range) similarly equipped and is often used as the barbecue kitchen as it is closer to the covered terrace.
The large dramatic vaulted living/dining room has an oak table which seats 8 people comfortably , 3 good quality leather sofas arranged around the fireplace, which has a Godin wood burner. Here you can enjoy the luxury of space.
The living/dining room has air-conditioning HD satellite TV DVD player and internet
From the dining room French doors open onto a large covered terrace which has a hard wood dining table .The terrace is West facing a lovely spot for watching the superb sunsets.At the end of the terrace is a brick barbecue oven and beer fridge.
Downstairs has 2 double bedrooms with large beds and good quality mattresses. Both have ceiling fans and air-conditioning. There is a separate WC, two large walk-in shower rooms and a bathroom. The WC and shower room are next to the bedrooms.
The upstairs suite has 2 bedrooms 1 double and 1 twin with a separate WC and shower room. It also has a lovely reading area with a large sofa and views to the North.
Set in half an acre of pretty flowering gardens and opening onto beautiful rolling countryside Blasi is close to the Bastide towns of Lauzerte, Montcuq Moissac and Agen.
From 2019 the pool will be heated. The 10 x 5m pool has large entry steps and is one level. Ideal for playing and swimming. Here you will find plenty of good quality sun loungers and chairs and a large wooden table to relax and enjoy the view.
The property and pool are South facing and there are plenty of acacia and mulberry trees providing shady areas.
For those who like to be active the garden has a ping pong table and swingball.
For those long leisurely meals there is a 7m long West facing covered terrace with a large table near to the barbecue.
The gardens and pool are always private. We do not live at the property but are only 20 minutes away should you need anything.
Inside Blasi has 2 satellite HD TVs, DVD, Stereo & WI-FI internet. There are lots of board games and books and the main living room is air conditioned.
There is a great range of activities to do in the area from sports to gentler pursuits.
Whether you want to do a day’s walking or take a gentle stroll Blasi is perfectly situated. The gorges of Aveyron at St Antonin de Noble Val are only 40min away. Take a picnic and enjoy the gentle rapids and the long relaxing stretches of the river. Take in all the wildlife and why not go for a swim
There is also superb water sports centre at St Nicholas de la Grave, with canoes, boats and pedalos for hire or why not stroll along the banks of the Tarn and Garonne Rivers and enjoy the diversity of bird and wildlife?
Lauzerte has an excellent equestrian centre and near by there is 9 hole golf course at Sauveterre, of 5244 metres in a wooded valley with water hazards and it is suitable for players of all standards. Walibi theme park and the Vallee de Loisirs are a must.
The countryside is superb for walking, part of the famous pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostella passes nearby.
The Tarn et Garonne is justifiably proud of its farmers markets which can be found every day of the week.
Monday: Caussade, St Nicholas de la grave.
Tuesday: Caylus, Montech, Negrepelisse, Valence d’agen.
Wednesday: Lauzerte, Lafrancaise, Moissac, Montauban.
Thursday: Castelsarrasin, Monclar de quercy.
Friday: Lavit de lomagne, Molieres.
Saturday: Lauzerte, Moissac, Montagu de quercy, Beaumont de lomagne.
Sunday; Moncuq, Moissac Castelnau Montratier
Here you will be able to enjoy the night sky as it is one of the darkest in western Europe. August is amazing with its shooting stars. The sky is bright with stars and the Milky Way is easily seen.
Wildlife is plentiful and interesting. Red Kites fly over the fields next to the house and over the lake. Black Kites, Hen Harriers, and Lapwings with their aerobatics are fun to watch and we have an owl which likes to visit us. Buzzards and kestrels are common, often perching on telegraph poles beside the lanes.
Closer to earth, wild boar, deer, badgers and hares are often seen nearby in the fields.