Approached through entrance gates, this pretty country house has been immaculately restored and offers a large and comfortable farmhouse with adjoining gite. Conveniently set close to a bustling market town with shops, restaurants, banks, etc and a weekly market. The property would work well as a permanent or holiday home. The gite had bookings for 19 weeks in 2015.
Entrance hall, 9m2,
Cloakroom, with WC and basin
Salon, woodburner, 5.2x5.4 28m2, double aspect, wooden floors
Kitchen, 20m2, fitted cream units, 2 windows over back garden, range cooker
Dining, 17m2, wooden floors, french window
Utility, 5.1x3.1 16m2
Office area in original “chambre de valet”
Large light landing with original timber frame "colombage" overlooking courtyard
Bedroom 2, 19m2, wooden fireplace, built in cupboards either side
Family bathroom, with bath, large walk-shower WC, sink
Box room, 8m2 with cumulus
Library, 19m2, large window overlooking courtyard
Master bedroom, 29m2, two floor to ceiling picture windows overlooking courtyard, ensuite shower room with large shower, WC, sink
Apartment, heating linked, separate cumulus, 21m2 on each floor
Fitted kitchen, 6m2
Recessed Breakfast terrace
Bedroom , 10m2
Shower room with shower sink WC
Upper living, woodburner, 18.7m2, window and door onto recessed balcony running width of gite and overlooking courtyard - balcony 5.8x1.4m
Workshop for oil tank, mower, etc, 33.9m2, cement floor, backing onto utility
Hobby room above, again 33m
Log and garden store, 14
Pool, pretty setting, views over open countryside
Schools: School/college 3km
Airports: Toulouse airport 115km and Tarbes/Lourdes Airport 51km (from Stansted)
Ski Resorts: Saint-Lary-Soulan 65km
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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