Sounds like the perfect setup. When I've made lagers, it has been in the winter. The brewery sits at 50-55F, the house at 62F and the garage is normally around freezing. I do have a fermentation chamber, but only use it in the summer.
Many ale yeasts start getting strange around 70F. Belgians, on the other hand, always ferment warm.
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