#This spacious home, built in 1830, is set off a quiet lane on the edge of a pretty village. Entered through gates into a large courtyard formed by good barns and a river-stone garden wall leading through to the pool area. The property would work well as a big family home or equally as a chambre d'hote, retreat or for seminars. There is a large master suite plus 5 ensuite bedroom/bathrooms, 3 reception rooms and large kitchen plus a huge upper studio, currently used for yoga.
Mains drainage, mainly new roof, central heating by wood pellet burner, 6m2 solar panels, standby oil fired burner still in place.
Covered pool. Largely furnished
Entrance hall, 16m2
Salon, 30m2, wainscotting, fireplace, double aspect
Professional kitchen, 26m2, large larder, cold room
Living, 34m2, fireplace
Bedroom suite I, 43m2, french doors onto terrace and bathroom with separate WC
Bedroom suite II, 35m2, shower room
Laundry room, 12m2
Master suite with bedroom, 28m2, large bathroom, 30m2 with Itlaina shwer and sauna, office area, 7m2
Three bedroom bathroom suites, two 7m2 one, 28m2
Bedroom 6, with a miezzanine
Bderoom 7, with a ezzanine
Large yoga room, 89m2 with two small rooms off
Mongolian yurt with wood stove
Toulouse airport 113km
Tarbes/Lourdes Airport 40km
The department of Hautes-Pyrenees is the southern-most department of the Midi Pyrenees region, its capital being the beautiful town of Tarbes. The department has a very interesting geography as two small sections belonging geographically to Aquitaine are administratively part of the Hautes-Pyrenees. The department is split into two very different landscapes: mountains to the south covering half of the department, valleys to the north where the majority of the towns and villages are.
The economy of the department is mainly agricultural and tourism. Inside Midi Pyrenees, smaller areas have traditional names such as the Comminges (east of Toulouse) or the famous Gascony. Hautes-Pyrenees is a very nice area to settle and one area to look out for (not very well known) is the Baronnies, a set of 30 villages which decided to preserve their rural traditions. An unspoilt area, they represent the rural idyll for anybody in search for absolute peace, authenticity and rest.
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