This pretty vilage house overlooks the treelined vilage avenue and the pictuesque church. Accessed from steps up to the front terrace; The orignal front part of the house retains its traditional layout with salon and kitchen/dining on the first floor and two large bedrooms on the first floor. To the rear of the house there is a second kitchen/utility and two bedrooms - one to be completed and a large wet room. This area opens directly onto the garden and car arking to the rear. There is a massive attc for development if necessary.
Kitchen/dining, fully fitted, fireplace wth woodburner, 28m2
2nd kitchen/utility, 11m2
Large wetroom with bath, italian shower, WC
Rear entrance hall with access from parking area and garden.
Salon, 21m2, fireplace, french doors to terrrace
Bed 3, 12.5m2
Future bed 4, 15m2
Side entrance hall, 10m2
Bed 1, 21m, fireplace, wooden floor
Bed 2, 20m, fireplace, wooden floor
Massive full height barn attic with potential for conversion, 9.7 x9.4m
Large 2 storey barn for garaging/ tools/ workshop
Toulouse airport 93km
Tarbes/Lourdes Airport 76m (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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