This charming and recently renovated property offers a perfect pied à terre close to shops along with an independent gite/granny flat.
Entrance hall with hand painted cement tiles running down to a central stairwell.
Sitting room (16,7m²) with 19th century decorated cement tiles. Marble fireplace.
Kitchen (22,2m²) with fitted units and wood burning stove. Doors lead out to a pretty courtyard framed by the independent apartment.
A curved staircase opens onto a landing which feeds two bedrooms and two bathrooms. One bedroom opens onto a small roof terrace.
There is a large attic space which would lend itself to further conversion. It has already been divided into two rooms.
The separate studio apartment is divided into two principal rooms providing a sitting room, and kitchen diner.
There is also a shower room and mezzanine bedroom.
There is independent access and a well developed and private garden
Situated in the heart of the renowned village of Marciac.
Tarbes 35 mins
Toulouse 1hr 50min
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A Longere style property set in 6555m² of land with a decked pool and established grounds. The house provides 5 bedrooms and spacious living areas and can be used either as a single unit or readily divided into two independent units. The current owners benefit from this disposition by renting part of the house as a gite in the Summer.
This immaculate home has been sympathetically restored by the current owners and retains all the charm of a typical Gascon farmhouse. The well maintained 200m2 of outbuildings have huge potential for development into further accommodation.