Charming Maison de Maitre (app. 350m²) including 6 bedrooms and numerous character features; on a plot of land of 2791m² with pool (12X5, salt filtration) and outbuildings (app. 260m²).
. Entrance hall (27m²) with beautiful staircase
. Dining room (27,4m²) with built-in cupboard and fireplace
. Kitchen (22m²)
. Sitting room (32m²)
. Small sitting room (12,2m²)
. Large sitting room (42,2m²) with fireplace
. Study (16m²) with period stone sink
. Pandry/Laundry room/boiler room (8,6m²)
. Bedroom (16,6m²)
. Bathroom (9,6m²) with bath tub and shower
. Sauna/hammam (9m²)
. Storage room
. Walk-in wardrobe (9,2m²)
. Shower room (6,2m²)
. 3 bedrooms (13,4m²; 16,2m² and 18,5m²)
. Bathroom (12m²)
. Shower room
. 2 bedrooms (23,4m² and 29m²)
. Bathroom (4m²) with WC
. Walk-in wardrobe
Plot of land of 2791m² with pool (12X5, salt filtration) and numerous outbuildings including: attic (77m²) which could be converted, porch (60m²), workshop (80m²) with wine cellar (9m²) and gym (53m²).
In the department of the Hautes Pyrenees, only 10 minutes to Tarbes and 30 minutes to Pau.
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Lying in a heavenly green bower, this property is a pure jewel that lovers of old rocks, high-quality materials and ancient objects will appreciate at its fair value. This property is composed of a main dwelling house dating back to the 18 th century,