South facing, true maison de maiitre in traditional Gers style in the middle of attractive rural village with several similar houses
The village itself is in the triangle between Boulogne sur Gesse, Castelnau Magnoac and Masseube, with easy acces, 5-10 minutes to any one of them.
The house has been beautifully renovated, retaining the authentique charming features, yet bringing it fully up to date in terms of modern comfortable living. Hand built double glazed windows throughout, gas fired central heating, new electrics and plumbing.
On the ground floor there is a wide central entrance hall with original wooden staircase winding up at the back of the house to a lovely wide landing giving on to 3 bedrooms, 2 with salle d'eau and the 3rd (master) with en-suite deressing room and shower.
Downstairs there is a farmhouse kitchen, sitting room, scullery kitchen/laundry room and boiler room, study or 4th bedroom and downstairs wc. To the side is an attached barn, which could be accessed from both levels, the upper floor has been redone, a window installed and electrity and plumbing have been brought the space, hence potential for easy further development.
In addition there is double height, open sided stone barn, very pretty and excellent for summer living. The garden is about 1750m2, mostly to the front of the house and south facing. Swimming pool, 8m x4m. Worth noting that the telephone wires and electric cables will be buried this winter.
Entrance hall, 3m x 8m
Sitting room, 5.5m x 6m
Kitchen, 5.5m x 6m
Scullery, 3m x 3m
Boiler room, 2.5m x 3m
Study, 4.5m x 3m
Landing, 3m x 8m
Bedroom l, 6 m x 5.5m leading to
Dressing room, 2.5m x 3m leading to
bathroom with large shower, basin and wc and door to landing
Bedroom ll, 6m x 5.5m, coin d'eau, shoer, basin and wc
Bedroom 3 5.5m x 3m , coin d'eau, shower and basin.
Old stables, could beaccessed from interior of house, running the depth of the house, on 2 levels, with plumbing and electricity junctions, approx 10 m by 6m on each level.
Open sided, double height, stone barn, approx 12 m x 6m
Swimming pool, 8m x 4m
Garden with newly planted mixed deciduous hedge, south facing, mainlly laid to lawn but some shrubs and magnifucent established palms, small area of grond to rear of the house with addiional vehicular gate and parking.
Wednesday: Boulogne sur Gesse Lannemezan
Thursday: St Gaudens Auch Tarbes
Saturday: Castelnau Magnoac
Infant/junior school 9km
Secondary school 14km
Toulouse airport 92km
Logement econome (kWH/m) Faible emission de GES (kg/m)
(51 a 90) B
(91 a 150) C
(151 a 230) D
(231 a 330) E
(331 a 450) F
(6 a 10) B
(11 a 20) C
(21 a 35) D
(36 a 55) E
(56 a 80) F
Logement energivore Forte emission de GES
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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