This immaculate property is set at the end of a quiet lane leading into woodland.
The raised terrace set off the living and dining rooms looks out onto the garden and meadow with magnificent views of the Pyrenees and towards a pretty hilltop town in the distance.
Built on a traditional design the house has a harmonious feel with a large open-plan living & dining running across the rear half of the house and a modern kitchen and a snug to the front.
Four bedrooms and three bathrooms make this a very comfortable home for permanent or holiday living. Just five minutes from a market town and a market village.
Kitchen, 20.18m2, fully fitted, window onto drive
Dining room, 17.7m2, opening onto terrace
Living room, 21.3m2, woodburner, opening onto terrace
Snug, 13m2, woodburner
Bedroom 1, 19m2
Ensuite bathroom with bath and walk-in shower
Bedroom 2, 12m2
Ensuite shower with WC
Bedroom 3, 12, built in cupboards
1.35 hectares of land, running down to a stream and a small copse of woodland
Gravelled drive with turning circle
10x5 salt water swiming pool
Doble gkazing throughout
Up to date septic tank
Orchard Apple pear plum peach almond cherry apricot fig crab apple wild plums
college & lycee 120km
Airports & Train Station:
Toulouse airport 104km
Tarbes/Lourdes Airport 74km
Lannemezan train station 20kms
Station de ski: Saint-Lary-Soulan 83km
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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