Extraordinary traditional town house with superb contemporary interior. Ideal for a chambre d'hotes enterprise.
The old stone facade of this property opens into a spectacular contemporary space.
The old front section has been beautifully restored, using superb quality materials to create a 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom property, that would be perfect for luxury chambre d'hote accommodation.
The original barn at the rear of the property has been completely transformed into a huge light and airy contemporary living space whilst retaining beautiful period features. A perfect blend of old and new.
The 14 x 5 metre ground floor living space is divided by open beamed walls into 4 distinct areas . At one end is the cosy salon with wood burning stove, opening into a reception area with old oak staircase. The well fitted kitchen is at the other end of the space and opens into the dining room. The kitchen has a double range stove, which, provides central heating via radiators. There are fitted units with granite worktops, a double Belfast sink and a granite topped island with further cupboards and drawers beneath.
Beyond the kitchen is a study and a Large utility room. A door then links this part of the house with the beautifully restored original house. There is a further completely independent entrance to this part of the house and the main door leads to an entrance hall with WC and a ground floor ensuite bedroom. Upstairs are 3 further ensuite bedrooms each tastefully decorated with good quality bathrooms. The wooden floors are particularly striking and of superb quality.
The first floor of the contemporary side of the house has 2 large bedrooms, one ensuite and a large light office space.
This is a truly remarkable property and must be viewed to fully appreciate it.
The property benefits from solar panels and the electricity generated is sold back to EDF to give a good annual return. We are informed that it is in the region of 2 000€ pa
The outside space is equally surprising and provides a true oasis in this town centre location. A huge sun terrace runs the entire length of the property and is accessible form most downstairs rooms. For cooler days there is a completely enclosed sun room with a magnificent stained glass window, almost the full size of the wall. There is a wooden potting shed and a dedicated room at the rear of the property for over wintering plants and plant preparation area. The garden is divided into outdoor rooms linked by a rose tunnel which leads to the secret garden at the rear with a superb rectangular fish pond. The vegetable garden is divided into 4 separate beds with paths between. There are several fruit trees and ample space for a pool if required.
Situated in the heart of a bustling market town in the Gers with excellent facilities: Restaurants; bars; shops; lake; canoeing; mini golf, lido; cinema etc. 15 minutes from Marciac. Airports at Toulouse and Bordeaux are less than 2hrs away and Lourdes airport is less than an hour. The Pyrenees and the Atlantic and Basque coast coast.
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Stone built village house with good proportions and a private garden. The house is in good order with a sitting room, kitchen, bedroom, shower room, WC, laundry and boiler room on the ground floor, three bedrooms, a bathroom and office on the upper level.