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Restored Farmhouse, Gites And Pool EUR468,000

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8,000 m²
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Immaculately restored offering comfort whilst retaining all the original character.

The barn has been converted into two very well appointed independent gites with separate access and parking. These are currently rented out year round, to local students during term time and holiday makers during the summer. The layout is such that privacy is not compromised..

Main house

Entrance hall 2.3x1.9m
Kitchen, 5.6x5.3m, fitted oak units with island, picture windows south & east
Utility room, off kitchen, 2.3x5.3m, floor to ceiling storage cupboards, plumbing for machines, De Dietrich central heating boiler
Door out to Cook's Terrace, 3.9x5.9, tiled and covered with open views out
Shower room, 2.9x2m, shower, sink, WC, floor to ceiling storage cupboards
Salon, 6.2 x 5.5m, open fireplace with pit to recuperate heat via the radiators, 2 windows east
Office/snug/bed IV, 5.3x5.2m, french doors east
Interior hallway, 15m2
Guest bedroom, 3.6x3.5m, French window east
Master bedroom, 5.4x4.2m, window south, French windows east onto graveled terrace
Bathroom, 2.5x3.5m, bath, sink and walk-in shower
Separate WC
Mezzanine above, Bedroom III, 5.4x5.5m, velux west, window east, access to under-eaves storage.

Gite 1

Ground floor, kitchen/dining living.
Shower room and separate WC

Gite 2

First floor, accessed from stairway leading to to wide balcony running the length of the gite.
Kitchen/dining living.
Two bedrooms.
Shower room and separate WC.


Workshop, 5.8x6.8, cement floor, window north
Office/playroom, 3.3x6.1m, chipboard floor
Laundry room for gite, 2.1x6.1m, plumbing for machines & sink
Garden room, 6.7x6.2m, cement floor
Large open barn, 9.7 x 13.4, stair up to apartment
Separate car parking area for gites to rear of property
Heated swimming pool, 11x5m
8000m2, well stocked with mature trees and shrubs including, cherry, apple, quince, plum, fig, peach, and vines.
Large pond.
Views on all sides over rolling countryside and towards the Pyrenees.


Monday: Mirande
Tuesday: Masseube
Wednesday: Boulogne sur Gesse

Thursday: Auch
Friday: Seissan
Saturday: Castelnau Magnoac


Schooll 5km
College 5km


Toulouse airport 93km
Tarbes/Lourdes Airport 80km (from Stansted)

Ski Resorts

Saint-Lary-Soulan 81km

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