Between Brive and Souillac, land 3000 m2 with CU in the heart of a village of Lot

PRICE: EUR €40,000

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EXCLUSIVITY: In a charming village of Lot (Gignac), 15 km from Souillac, 20 km from Brive: Flat plot of 3000 m², south / west orientation, with CU, water connection and electricity. The view of the village and the environment will not leave you indifferent to imagine your future place of life! the land is accessible by an off road country road, while being 100 m from the village center and 2 restaurants bar. Highway A20 and Brive Airport Dordogne Valley reachable in 10 minutes.

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Between Brive and Souillac, land 3000 m2 with CU in the heart of a village of Lot
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The village is border with Correze and Dordogne, primary school has not, school bus for the college. Common middle valley of the Hérault, Gignac is a city rich in tradition and history. Local traditions are deeply rooted and are perpetuated from generation to generation. Every year, the day of the Ascension, the city celebrates the ass Gignac, totemic animal of the city. Gignac is also a town rich in heritage. You can discover the detour lanes surprising richness of its facades, doors and impressive fountains and monuments dating back to the earliest 13th century. Church of Our Lady of Grace and his oratory: This church is located on a former site that dates back to the Roman goddess Vesta (goddess of the hearth). The current building dates from the seventeenth century. His Florentine-style facade was completed in 1648 by order of Louis XIII. Sanctuary in miracles, healing is first attested September 8 1360. The adjoining the Cross dates from the seventeenth and nineteenth century. It was restored in the twentieth century. Commander of Mestre Place: Visible vestiges of the medieval ramparts (thirteenth century) and the gates of the town (and Portalet Estagnol). In the Middle Ages, Gignac had eight doors. The wash of the nineteenth century. Saracen Tower Gignac: Only remnant of Castrum still visible, dates from the thirteenth century. This imposing square tower promontory recalls his appearance that Gignac belonged during the Middle Ages in the Diocese of Béziers. Sales Agent Fee Sales Agent Click the blue MAKE ENQUIRY button and enter your details to receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Sophie Bachelart.

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