The attractive and well presented farmhouse is quietly set on the edge of a hamlet, just ten minutes from two active market towns. The house has been immaculately restored with fitted kitchen, two bathrooms, four bedrooms, two receptions and a snug on the first floor which could also become an extra bedroom if necessary. In the 'L' return of the property is a small apartment, currently used as an office but which could easily be joined to the main house or used for guests. The property is surrounded by terraces overlooking the pretty and easy to maintain garden. The pool is discretely set to the rear. Would suit equally as a permanent or holiday home.
Main entrance with walk in cloakroom, 9.4m2
Kitchen, 13.3m2, fully fitted, window overlooking pool
Utility, 6.6m2 plumbing for machines and water heater
Salon, 23.9m2, window south, large fireplace with wood burner
Dining/living, 8.7x4, so 35.6m, french door onto terrace with steps down to lawn, woodburner, two windows overlooking pool
Bedroom 4, 20m2
Shower room, 5.6m2, shower, sink, WC
Covered dining terrace, 4x5m2
Bedroom 1, 17m2, windows south and east
Bedroom 2, 20m2, window south
Bedroom 3, 22m2
Snug, 20, picture window overlooking terrace,
Bathroom, 6.5m2, bath with shower over, sink, bidet window south
Apartment - 18.9m2 on each floor
Storeroom with could become bathroom
Current office but potential for bedroom
Toulouse airport ?km
Tarbes/Lourdes Airport 53km (from Stansted)
The department of Gers is often described by those who know France as an excellent area to visit, if not the best area of France for Brits who want to relocate. It is not over-run however and indeed, the department has a diverse array of assets to discover, some of them are obvious; the rolling countryside, very mild climate, the Pyrenees mountains, whilst others remain more subtle like the hearty food, local culture, street markets and Gascon traditions. Foreigners often refer to the area as Gascony, referring to the former French province.
The department is generally an agricultural area where the local gastronomy is highly regarded by both French nationals and foreign expats. The most cultivated crops in Gers are Colza, Grain, Sunflowers and Corn. Some of the older locals may speak a Gascon patois, but its usage remains in decline among the younger generations. The largest Gersoise towns in terms of number of inhabitants are Auch, Condom and Fleurance but even these are not overly large.
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