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Ancient Presbytere EUR312,000

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Habitable Area
180 m²
Plot Size
3,500 m²
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Beautiful stone house, the old presbytery, in a small village just 50 minutes SW of Toulouse. Impeccably restored and finished, heavenly terraced garden with fabulous Pyrenean views. 4 bedrooms, swimming pool, summer living and kitchen, outbuilding, currently double garage and workshop but potent ion to convert to maison d'amis.;

Ground floor

Hall and stairs
Sitting room,
Summer living room
Study/bedroom V

First floor

Large landing
Bedroom I, leading to bathroom
Bedrrom II, leading to
Bedroom lll
Wc and basin on half landing

Garden terrace level

Cave with cnetrale heating boiler etc.
Shower room
Bedroom lV with french windows to garden


Garden, approx 3500m2 on several terrace levels. Well established planting; shrubs, trees, small orchard, flowerbeds, climbers etc.
Swimming pool, 7m x 3.5m, provision to install counter current for swimming for exercise
Summer living room and kitchen, under the garden terrace, water and electricity.
Outbuilding, seperate building, currently double garage (side by side ) with access from the street amd workshop, open to the eaves. Easy potential to convert to a 'Maisn d'amis' guardian's cottage.
Access through iron gates both from street to front pf house and along a driveway to the end of the garden.


Primaire, in the village
College, 5kms


Toulouse 67kms

Ski stations

Bagneres de Luchon 93km
St Lary Soulan 95km

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