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House Lectoure (32)

Proudly facing the snow-capped mountains from its hillside position, bathed with light throughout the year, and drenched with golden summer sunshine, this property is one of the most historical, and fascinating properties to be found in the heart of Lectoure. With two gardens, and terraces on two levels, this is a house of mystery, of nooks and crannies, and endless quiet corners in which to read or escape the world. Unique and magical, it is a hard task to describe, but allow us to accompany you into the ever surprising and unexpected world of this property. We enter the building from the heart of town and leave behind the bustle of village life, with the baker, grocer, wine-shop, and tea-rooms on our doorstep, and enter an ochre coloured external hallway redolent of a Spanish castell with a wrought iron gate protecting the entrance to the inner courtyard. Owned by the same family for over thirty years, this property has been a much-loved private home. Architecturally, it is an unusual and segmented property, at the heart of which sits an internal courtyard, from whence there rises a monumental staircase built in 1702. The property comprises two separate buildings one on each side of the courtyard. The north-facing façade overlooking Lectoure’s main high street and the south-facing façade, facing the Pyrenees. The North and South sections of the property are linked on ground floor, first floor and second floor levels by covered passageways with original wooden floors and ceilings. The property has traditionally been used as one single home but equally it could be used as individual apartments with a central communal area, or as luxury lettings : with five fully equipped appartements (each with kitchen and bathroom) and a top floor artist’s studio. The building comprises two appartements on the north side, three on the south side, and the artist’s studio on the top floor under the eaves. From the internal courtyard, where there is an old stone well, we descend a short flight of stone steps, pass beneath the south-facing building, and traverse an area where old stable doors currently provide storage for garden tools and dusty bottles of wine. The south-facing garden opens into an old stone outbuilding (currently used for parking) which in turn opens onto the rear street behind, providing valuable access to the gardens for works to the property or evacuation of garden rubbish. A private parking area in Lectoure is much cherished, and it is convenient to have an exit to the southern ramparts of town, especially during the summer months when on Mondays and Fridays the popular Lectoure markets are held and the main rue Nationale is blocked for vehicular access.

€600,000
427
3bedrooms
4bathrooms
land  400

By Bliss Immobilier

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Property with pool Marciac (32)

Overview This elegant maison de maître sits in elegant parkland of just over 4000m2, with far-reaching views to the rear. In addition to the delightful garden, with its mature trees, there is a walled courtyard which houses the swimming pool, with a separate guest house. ?The main house will appeal to anyone in search of a characterful manor house in-keeping with the style of the region, with four bedrooms in the main house, and two in the guest house. It offers over 350m2 habitable space. The property is in excellent condition throughout with grand rooms, high ceilings and a grand turning staircase with a generous hallway on both the ground floor and the first floor. The main house comprises: a spacious kitchen/breakfast room, a grand reception room, a dining room, a summer room, a wine cellar, two separate studies three bathrooms and four bedrooms, with a very large undeveloped attic space. The guest house also benefits from a reception room, a kitchen, and two bedrooms, and is situated at a discreet distance from the main house, with just over 250m2 habitable space. This property will appeal to anyone looking for a spacious family home, with the flexibility of guest accommodation, in the heart of Gascony. Plus points: Period charm, wide-reaching views and a glorious garden. Please go to our BLISS website for a full description.

€695,000
480
6bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  3,974

By Bliss Immobilier

House 3
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House Condom (32)

Romanticists, aspiring Gothic heroes & heroines apply within…. Overview If your heart is stirred by visions of a Chateau with ochre-coloured walls in the setting sun; of high ceilings, and period charm without the need for perfection; or if you are someone for whom beauty outweighs all sense of the practical… then “read” on Macduff: this paragraph could be the first stepping-stone on the road to a great adventure. This is a property for those who are grand of heart, for souls imbued with a touch of gentle folly and for whom the reward is something quite beautiful: A cinematic backdrop, a theatrical pastiche of every castle-based movie you have ever viewed; a home of character with all the grandeur of the Italian Renaissance. The entrance & gardens The arrival to any Chateau must by necessity be somewhat majestic and here the avenue does not disappoint, being suitably mysterious with vegetation high on each side. The long stone driveway opens out onto a forecourt with a circular driveway which circles around a central island of Cyprus trees. The chateau rises before us, amber and gold in the sunlight, its flaking façade perfect in its imperfection. Its windows are guarded by tall French Grey shutters, its central doorway is grand and majestic in its welcome. The property rises high above a stone terrace and decorative fishpond. The façade to the North reveals a series of stone arcades, open to the elements. To each side of the Chateau there are woods and gardens, with hundred-year-old trees, all of which lend a sense of mystery to the lieu. To the front of the property there is a stone fishpond beyond which is a flight of stone steps up to the terrace and the grand front door. The stone barn to the right of the Château is the perfect backdrop to the grand hydrangea bushes which have grown tall in its shade. The barn to the rear is partially inaccessible and now more or less in a ruined state. Once a stable block, this building might yet be salvaged. A second outbuilding to the front of the driveway is in a similar condition. Sitting to the right of the main terrace, in a recess beyond, is a stone building or orangery, with a sink and an array of pots, to harbour the lemon and orange trees over winter. The Entrance The grand front door opens onto a majestic hallway, from which a turning wooden staircase rises to the first floor, with a sweep of wrought iron balcony, and walls which look as if one has fallen headfirst into the pages of an Italian Gothic novel. The walls are remarkable, in the pastiche of a pastiche setting sun, their gentle ochre and yellow tones catching the sunlight from the west in a theatrical manner. The kitchen & Pantry area To the right of the entrance hall door, there is a large double kitchen, with a fireplace and windows over the front forecourt and to the gardens at the side of the property. The ceilings are high, and the room spacious enough to incorporate a large dining room table, and a rear section with a sink, for food preparation. Beyond the kitchen is a small vestibule, which serves as a pantry, and an inner corridor with a large cupboard, which houses the washing machine and dryer, and overlooking the gardens to the rear, a room currently used as a study, and a downstairs 1930’s style bathroom. The Drawing Room From the main entrance hall, it is pleasing to access the grand drawing room via the original eighteenth century doors. The drawing room offers a view onto the rear garden via a set of characterful French windows that open onto the rear terrace. The room has a central fireplace which is not currently in use and as in many of the rooms here at the Chateau, we invite guests to look upwards at the ornate ceilings. The drawing room opens internally onto two other rooms, one on each side. Firstly, a grand dining room, conveniently placed between the drawing room, and (via the internal hallway) back to the rear pantry and kitchen. The second room is smaller in size and used as a snug, or living room, where the family gather to watch television or play games. From the door of the snug, we return to the main hallway, passing a doorway with steps leading down to the cellar below. Central Turning Staircase The staircase in the central hallway is a delight, and climbing to the first floor, we experience its generous proportions, and the majestic tall ceilings which lead the eye upwards to the first-floor landing. The first floor The first floor has all the elegance one would expect, with tall windows to the front forecourt of the property. A half landing, with a secret door leads up a tiny internal staircase to one of the ante chambers above, serving no logical purpose other than to evacuate servants (or lovers?) from the bedroom in haste. A delight for amateurs of Hide and Seek, whatever one’s age. The bedrooms On the first floor via a second internal hallway, there are four double bedrooms and at each end of the property a vestibule or oval room and a family bathroom at each end of the property (or a total of two bathroom on the first floor and one on the ground floor). The second-floor vestibules, which are oval, might well be used as antechambers, dressing rooms, or children’s bedroom. Each of the rooms is similar in style and period feature: tall ceilings, lovely wooden floors, fireplaces and views over the parkland. A doorway opens onto a second stairway, in brut form and far less grandiose than the first, leading to the impressive attic space above. This huge space has at one end the tremendous open archways. At the opposite end these have been bricked in but beg to be opened. The Attic The space sets the imagination on fire. Whatever architectural plans are born here, they must of course be validated by the local planning authorities that be, but this is a space which in sheer volume at least (with the romantic idea of an arched view over the gardens at one end, if not two ends of the property) offers endless possibilities. Technical Talk Total habitable surface area: approximately 368m2 4 bedrooms 2 ante chambers (or children’s bedrooms) 3 family bathrooms (2 on the first floor one on the ground floor) Grand drawing room Dining room Snug/television room Spacious kitchen and rear kitchen Study Immense third floor attic space Outside: Orangery Various outbuildings requiring restoration Parkland of over three hectares with mature trees Plot size: 37690m2 Property Tax: 2285 Septic tank Mains water 2 water wells Double Glazing: No (original wooden windows). Shutters in fair condition except on the top floor Roof: Original roof (to be verified Oil fired central heating (De Dietrich boiler) 2 plastic tanks house the oil in the basement Kitchen fireplace working order (others may have been capped off and are not used) Smart metre: no 1 hot water tank Internet: by OZONE – satellite Who might want to live here? – and what needs doing? This is not a modest property by any stretch of the imagination. It has a grandeur which requires a generous budget and a grain of delightful folly. Beyond the purchase price, unless one is content to live here throughout the warmer months of the year, there will be by necessity the need to be some thought and finances given to insulating the property to minimize running costs. The top floor, whether it obtains planning permissions in the future or not, whatever the project might be, is currently open to the elements at one end (via a series of Romanic “in the summer” archways) and not currently insulated either on the floor or the ceiling. The property was decorated some years ago by an interior designer and the walls are in their own delightful way a work of Art, which add much charm to the building. If the style and colours please, then there is nothing that needs doing other than choosing furniture for each room. The windows however require some attention. The lovely old window frames are single glazed, and the choice here will be one of heart or head. But if the current window frames are to be kept some repair work will be necessary. The bathrooms have a period charm but are completely unmodernized (one of these has a quaint 1930 air to it), and the decision to change these or not will be one of aesthetics. All this said, the property will appeal to anyone who loves the architecture of an old French Chateau. This is the perfect home for a large family or a business project. This is a house to fill with family, friends and furniture. The elegant rooms beg to be decorated and the tall ceilings offer a fantastic opportunity to hang great chandeliers, or pieces of Art on the walls. The home of a Collector, an Artist, a Designer? A small bijou hotel… the possibilities are endless. This will be a property which will tug on the heart strings of many, for it is so easy to imagine the Chateau illuminated in the evening, the backdrop to any number of wonderful soirées. A property which requires full evening dress, full glasses, a full imagination, and a not immodest purse. But oh! ……Quelle Joie!!! A Little Bit of Fun Recommended Books to take on the trip: Enchanted April - Elizabeth Von Arnim (try the 1993 movie if not the book) Recommended movies : Under the Tuscan Sun (2003) or A Good Year ( 2006) Recommended drinks: The very best pink champagne to reflect the golden pink and amber tones of these lovely old walls.

€1,300,000
395
4bedrooms
2bathrooms

By Bliss Immobilier

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House with pool Lectoure (32)

This magnificent Gascon Château sits in the heart of rolling countryside and has been treasured by the same family for several generations. With its foundations in the Middle Ages, circa 1479, these old stone walls have observed the centuries pass by and observed each generation adapt the building according to the needs and innovations of its time. The most remarkable of these modifications was the extension of the original château before the French Revolution by the Comtesse de Beaumont, a courtesan of the court, who, forced to flee from court and to return home to Gascony, (one wonders at the actions that led to the wrath of the Queen?), later hosted political refugees herself, fleeing the bloodshed of Paris and the reign of terror in 1789. Later throughout the 20th century and war with Germany, the chateau once again offered sanctuary to those in need. In the second world war a Jewish refugee by the name of Irène Lezorviez, was hidden here. As a sign of recognition a tree was planted in 1987 in Jerusalem as a sign of recognition to the Gascon French resistance. The Comtesse de Beaumont was the person to make the greatest contribution to the development of the Château as we know it today. Bringing back home with her the notions of fine living she had experienced at court, the Comtesse was anxious to create a similar splendour in rural Gascony. This might have been a rural and working estate, but the Comtesse made additions to ensure that it was transformed into a place of beauty and the ideal place to host parties, with the addition of the 18th century wing which forms the main building today, to the addition of the stone turrets with their far reaching views, to the development of the stunning parkland with its tree-lined avenues in the shape of a star, leading to the bronze statue of Diane the huntress, and last but not least, the construction of the delicate and ornamental chapel where current owners of this family have married. During her time at the Château many parties were hosted here, and it is a testimony to the longevity of the Gascons themselves, that having escaped the Revolution, the Comtesse lived on until the fine age of one hundred years! Each successive generation has brought change and innovation to the park and buildings, with various additions; for example, the innovative water-pump and windmill, to the complete renewal of the roof as we see them today by the current owners. This property was the first to experience the joys of running water and has traditionally been the residence of a succession of innovative and inspirational residents. With its towers, pigeonniers, moat and wine chai, as well as being a place of beauty, we are reminded that this Château is also a testament to the rich agricultural architecture of Gascony. Brought to market for the first time in centuries by BLISS IMMOBILIER since 1881, this is a rare and extraordinary opportunity to enjoy not only an incredible building and park, but to experience French history first-hand. Some of the original furniture remains, including the commode at the entrance hall with its grand mirror, installed by the Comtesse so that she might check her appearance before leaving through the grand front door. As you glance at the mirror today, and see your own reflection, it is easy to sense the rustle of the skirts of the Comtesse behind you in the grand hallway and imagine her elegant figure sweeping across the magnificent original tiled floor. These rooms are alive with history, in a place which time has somehow managed to forget. Whether your project is to develop a business suitable to the 21st century within these walls, and to bring the rooms alive with conferences or luxury guest suites for guests visiting this wonderful corner of southwest France, or whether you are someone who simply craves the joy and of stepping back in time and living a part of your life where so many others have left their imprint before, we cannot know. What we can promise, is that this is a rare opportunity to live in a place of immense beauty. Climb to the top of the high stone turret and survey the dizzying view of your magnificent 4,6-hectare park, with far reaching views as far as the eye can see on all four sides. Admire the old oak trees which are hundreds of years old, the likes of which could never grow within a single lifetime. Welcome to your own personal opportunity to become chatelain or chatelaine of this fine Gascon château. More photos and information as well as a film on our Bliss real estate website

€2,395,000
1
12bedrooms
7bathrooms

By Bliss Immobilier

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Property with pool Saint-Clar (32)

Welcome to this haven of peace, perched on a winding path bordered by fields and meadows, gently leading us into the heart of a landscape of olive groves, where the majestic residence elegantly hides. The interior As soon as you step through the doors of this main residence, you are enveloped by a spacious L-shaped living room, bathed in natural light and imbued with absolute comfort. Whether to snuggle into the plush depths of the sofa in front of the sumptuous fireplace or to lose yourself in the tranquility of a reading nook nestled in a quiet corner, every corner invites relaxation. The rooms intertwine harmoniously, leading you in turn to a welcoming library or a light-filled office. But the highlight remains the kitchen, where the art of concocting delicious meals blends with that of enjoying them in the open space overlooking an elegant dining room, warmed by an imposing fireplace. Breakfasts and aperitifs take on a new dimension on the covered terrace, offering both culinary delights and a spectacle for the senses. In addition to the living spaces, a spacious master suite with an adjoining shower room and private toilet, a functional back kitchen, and a generous laundry room complete this decidedly comfortable and charming ensemble. Upstairs, an exceptional room with enchanting acoustics has witnessed musical rehearsals, but it can also transform into a dance hall or exhibition space. Around this central room, four majestic suites each offer their own bathroom or shower room with toilets, ensuring privacy and comfort for all occupants. An independent apartment, with a private entrance, adjoins the main house. With its cozy living room heated by a pellet stove, equipped kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom, and separate toilet, this space offers total privacy, complemented by an office arranged in the entrance. The guesthouse Accessible from the ground floor of the main house, this wing, with its kitchen, bedroom, living room, bathroom, and terrace, can be completely independent or integrated into the main residence. The Pigeonnier This magnificent renovated pigeonnier offers a perfect blend of ancient history and modern comfort. Situated in an enchanting setting with a guest house, this renovated pigeonnier provides a unique living experience. You will be immediately struck by the timeless elegance of its architecture. On the ground floor, you'll find a living space opening onto a kitchen, as well as another spacious bedroom providing private space for guests or family members. An additional bathroom ensures convenience and functionality for all occupants of this exquisite residence. The first floor welcomes you into a bedroom open to an en-suite bathroom, where the impressive interior framework creates a warm and inviting atmosphere.Finally, a private terrace overlooks the surrounding landscape, offering an ideal setting for relaxation and enjoying the panoramic view. Outside: Outside, elegant parasol pines guide you to the pool and its pool house, offering breathtaking views of the surroundings.There is no shortage of outbuildings, with a double garage fitted out in a first outbuilding, a dovecote, and meadows where four horse boxes await to accommodate your equine companions.This sumptuous property has no shortage of charms to seduce you. In addition to its many charms, it also offers you the ultimate relaxation space with its sauna, where you can recharge and relax in peace.

€950,000
695
7bedrooms
land  5.4ha

By Bliss Immobilier

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House with pool and terrace Saint-Puy (32)

This traditional stone farmhouse sits halfway between the popular market towns of Lectoure and Condom. The current owners bought the property in what they refer to as a “dilapidated” condition and have restored it to a high standard throughout in recent years. The property is spacious and benefits from a separate fully restored building with three en-suite bedrooms for guests, or the development of a chambre d’hôte or gîte. The property sits alone, above the road in a slightly elevated position, with a pool that was installed in 2018. From the outside the property has a traditional and friendly appeal; its shutters painted in true Gascon blue. The main door leads directly into the kitchen, which sets the tone for the entire property, with its light and contemporary style, still though still eminently rustic, with its large open fireplace, is fresh and appealing; light and bright. The kitchen and the dining area although in one space, are quite distinct with a counter dividing the two spaces. By the window and the fireplace there is ample space for a large round table which serves as an informal entertaining area, or a large breakfast kitchen. A range of shabby chic recently fitted cupboards form the kitchen area, with a sink and a quaint original window overlooking the garden, to the front of the property. From here we descend via a short flight of stone steps to a large and spacious formal dining room area, with a pellet burning stove in the corner. This room has a more contemporary feel and houses a vast table for large dinner parties. The formal dining room has access to a downstairs snug, or reading room, and to a large open plan reception room, WC, and study (which is currently being used as a downstairs bedroom). The large open plan reception room has lovely views over the fields to the rear and large bay windows along the length of the entire room. The ambience in this entire section of the property is appealingly light; an appealing feature in a traditional Gascon home. On the first floor there is a large double bedroom with a private dressing room, and beyond a small flight of stairs there are three other spacious bedrooms with a shared family bathroom. The outside of the property: The property does not have any vis à vis or close neighbours and benefits from wide reaching views. It sits on a small lane with a bigger road below. The pool side has been terraced with stone travertine tiles, and there is a jacuzzi for extra summer delights! The guest annex with three bedrooms sits at a comfortable distance from the main house and is ideal for summer lettings

€457,890
296
7bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  5,962

By Bliss Immobilier

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Property Saint-Clar (32)

Where are we ? This elegant stone property with its adjacent barn is located to the north of Saint Clar in a peaceful rural setting surrounded by trees and fields and sits on a large plot of land. The property is located within easy driving distance of Toulouse international airport, the Gers (Lectoure, Fleurance, Saint Clar) as well as the Tarn et Garonne (Beaumont de Lomagne and Lavit). This lovely elegant farmhouse sits on the edge of two beautiful departments within easy reach of some of their most beautiful market towns, shops and schools. The property The house has the elegant appeal of a Chartreuse and is built in beautiful white stone. There are two entrances to the property, shaded by a canopy of trees, and set back from a rural lane with barely any passers-by. There is a generous front garden, and a vast stretch of land to the rear with a field and pond, and views over open countryside. The main door opens onto a long hallway which runs the length of the property. In the extension of the house, there is a stone barn with two levels, as well as an adjoining barn. Behind the rear wall of the downstairs property there is access to a large barn. The ground floor comprises: A lovely wood-paneled reception room is inspired by the 18th century “Jane Austen” style drawing-rooms, renowned for their deep blues and reds and a period of history unafraid to use a vibrant splash of colour. This lovely blue backdrop creates a warm and inviting space and offsets the art work on the walls beautifully. There is a lovely harmony between the elegant interior and the pretty gardens seen from the French doors and windows. The kitchen is simple and charming with a wood-burning fire. The furniture is rustic and the ambience deliberately stripped back and somehow intrinsically restful. This is not a “fitted” kitchen but made up of individual pieces of furniture. To the front of the downstairs hallways there is a spacious room which could be used as a ground floor bedroom, currently set up as an artist’s atelier. To the rear of the hallway we find a downstairs storage/pantry area, cloakroom and WC. From here, one could choose to open the property up into the barn (and use this space to develop the property - relevant planning permission would be required). The first floor comprises: A long upstairs hallway accessed via a recently-fitted wooden staircase in beautiful pale wood. Two bedrooms currently used as children's bedrooms are interconnected by a shared shower-room, and both rooms are also accessible directly from the central hallway. These bedrooms are cosy being set beneath the slope of the roof, so ideal as children’s bedrooms. A first-floor master bedroom sits along the hallway. A beautiful upstairs bathroom with a sumptuous washbasin, free-standing bathtub and upstairs laundry-area hidden behind a screen with a washing-machine and dryer, is reserved for use by the parents (the other two bedrooms sharing a shower-room). At the far end of the hallway there is a separate upstairs WC and access to the upper level of the adjacent barn, where the property could be opened out, subject to relevant planning permission. The Gardens With almost 6 hectares of land the property has several water sources and a natural pond. There is a lovely flat stretch of arable field to the rear and pretty views all around, with many mature trees.

€525,000
169
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  5.7ha

By Bliss Immobilier

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House with pool and terrace Lectoure (32)

Tucked away in a tranquil corner of Lectoure, with a large garden and pool, this property is within walking (or cycling) distance of the high street, with its many eclectic shops, restaurants and antique stores for which the town is now so well known. The property is in a quiet location, surrounded by its own parkland, although it should be noted that being situated on the outskirts of Lectoure some buildings of the industrial kind (quiet and obtrusive) can be discerned over the tree-tops. The view is predominantly of the garden itself and there are some impressive trees; including a majestic willow tree that graces the lawns. The property is clearly a product of the mid-century and as such is spacious and solid. The perfect home for a large family. The property is built on 2 levels : one on the garden and pool level. The other with access to a fabulous elevated terrasse. APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS Garden level Flat Kitchen 14 m², dining room Living room 17 m² Bedroom 14 m² Shower room 2.50 m² * Utility room 37 m² Garage 39.75 m² Sports room 23.48 m² Boiler room 32 m² Upper level Bedroom 16 m² WC 2.5 m² Corridor 13.50 m² Bedroom 15.53 m² Bedroom 16 m² WC 1.80 m² Lounge / Dining room 40 m² Kitchen 17 m² Storeroom 2 m² Bathroom 9.85 m² Outside terrace 75.65 m²

€375,000
234
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  5,904

By Bliss Immobilier

Property with pool 9
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Property with pool Gimont (32)

GERS - NEAR GIMONT In a commanding position, beautiful 18th-century stone property comprising a master house and outbuildings of 270m² with stables. Sauna, swimming pool and terraces. Set in almost 18 hectares of woodland and meadows. Well and pond. Panoramic views, no nuisances. The main house features 283 m² on two levels, with 8 main rooms including 4 bedrooms. It faces south/south-east. It features all modern comfort and can be divided into two separate homes. Updated to the latest standards. Situated 50 minutes from Toulouse, it is perfect as a family home, but also for a tourist activity. Energy class: C Climate class: C Estimated annual energy costs for standard use: between 2424 euros and 3280 euros per year. Prices indexed to January 1, 2021. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

€645,000
270
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  18ha

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Toulouse-occitanie

Property with pool 10
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Property with pool Marciac (32)

GERS - NEAR TILLAC In a peaceful, bucolic environment, beautiful property in the middle of 7 hectares of land, including a one-hectare lake. The 250m² main house features a 100m² living room and 6 bedrooms, including a one suitable for people with reduced mobility, with two independent entrances. A 110m² open space adjoining the main building is a leisure area. There is also a gite with its own terrace. A building with a 76m² room, which could be extended, provides an independent accommodation. The outbuildings have a surface area of 350m², including a garage and workshops. The swimming pool measures 10x5m. This property would be ideal as a primary or secondary residence, for tourism or professional purposes. No nuisance. Energy class: C Climate class: A Estimated annual energy costs for standard use: between €1,770 and €2,440 per year. Prices indexed to January 1, 2021. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

€690,000
300
5bedrooms
land  7ha

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Toulouse-occitanie

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Property Chelan (32)

SOUTH GERS - NEAR CASTELNAU MAGNOAC 17th century property with 647 m² of living space and very high standard. In a commanding position with magnificent views of the Pyrenees. It is situated on 5 hectares of which are fully fenced. Pond, shelters and automatic drinking troughs, stable of 3 boxes. Main house with a very contemporary restoration: large kitchen with a modern design, spacious reception room, indoor swimming pool with counter-current, 3 bedrooms, dressing room, 2 bathrooms, projection room and 2 terraces. Second half-timbered building: beautiful kitchen, 5 bedrooms and 4 shower rooms. Self-contained flat. Double garage. Energy class: C Climate class: A Estimated annual energy costs for standard use: between 4340 euros and 5930 euros per year. Prices indexed to January 1, 2021. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

€750,000
647
8bedrooms
6bathrooms
land  5ha

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Toulouse-occitanie

Property 12
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Property Gimont (32)

GERS - GIMONT SOLE AGENT - Beautiful neo-colonial residence from the early 20th century sold furnished. Completely renovated in 2010 and featuring beautiful architectural features, this property is spread over 1040 m² on 2 levels and comprises 13 bedrooms and 4 furnished apartments, two independent dwellings, a reception/seminar room for 60 people, a kitchen, a restaurant for 40 people spread between a patio and a gallery. The property also features a library and a small garden. One ground-floor bedroom and toilet are accessible for people with reduced mobility. The property is in very good condition and could be used for tourism or as a family home. Energy class: N/A Climate class: N/A Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

€1,120,000
1,040
12bedrooms

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Toulouse-occitanie

Property 13
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Property Condom (32)

GERS - CONDOM In a charming hamlet, beautiful property including a main house and a medieval tower from the 13th and 14th centuries. Without nuisance and in good general condition, this house with 365 m² of living space and 12 main rooms including 7 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, has kept its beautiful original architectural elements. First floor: entrance hall, living room, sitting room, study, music room, dining room, kitchen/laundry room, 2 bathrooms and 2 toilets. A staircase goes down to the cellar. 1st floor: 7 bedrooms from 26 to 20 m², 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets and a storeroom. Medieval tower with 3 levels of about 65 m² and a very nice architecture. Adjoining south facing barn of 100 m², converted into an elegant summer dining room. Well kept park with a well and an orchard. Ideal house as a family residence or for artistic or touristic use. Energy class: N/A Climate class: N/A Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

€580,000
370
7bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  5,000

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Toulouse-occitanie

Property with garden 14
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Property with garden Montesquiou (32)

GERS - MONTESQUIOU Former convent dating from 1765, in a commanding position, with a breathtaking view of the Pyrenees. Beautiful architectural features. Comfortable house with 332 m² of living space, divided into 6 main spacious rooms. Very luminous, this south-facing property has a tree-filled garden with several terraces. Well, garage and workshop. No nuisance. Shops and services in the village. Energy class: E Climate class: E Estimated annual energy costs for standard use: between 5110 euros and 6960 euros per year. Prices indexed to January 1, 2021. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

€645,000
332
3bedrooms
1bathroom

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Toulouse-occitanie

Property 15
12

Property Marciac (32)

GERS - MARCIAC Property ideally located, close to the town of Marciac, with its famous Jazz festival, its 18-hole golf course, and close to the route of St Jacques de Compostelle (Arles route). High quality renovation, providing real cosiness, while having preserved the beautiful architectural elements of this lovely property. With 12 main rooms including 6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, this property is built around a main building of 390m ² and an adjoining gite of 70m ² with its own entrance on the ground floor of the pigeon house. Park of one hectare with a pond, a well, an outbuilding and an orchard. Energy class: C Climate class: C Estimated annual energy costs for standard use: 2727 euros per year. Prices indexed to August 15, 2021. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

€599,000
400
6bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  1.3ha

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Toulouse-occitanie

Property 16
Exclusivity
9

Property Mauvezin (32)

GERS - MAUVEZIN EXCLUSIVE - In a village with all shops and services just fifty minutes from Toulouse, large town house with spacious rooms and fine architectural features. It has 12 main rooms, 7 bedrooms and a vast attic that could be converted. This nuisance-free property has a south-facing 600 m² garden and an inner courtyard with a small outbuilding. This charming property needs to be modernised. It could be suitable as a family home, a tourist project or for professional use. Energy class: E Climate class: E Estimated annual energy costs for standard use: between €6470 and €8790 per year. Prices indexed to January 1, 2021. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

€450,000
420
9bedrooms
1bathroom
land  602

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Toulouse-occitanie

House 17
Exclusivity
24

House Condom (32)

In the heart of a quaint village near Condom, this Gascon house boasts a delightful garden with a splendid, unobstructed terrace, as well as a single-story guesthouse. Access can be gained either from the street side, leading into the main house, or from the garden side where one can park in the garage or on the parking area. Upon entering the main house, a hallway leads to the living room on one side and the dining room with a beautiful fireplace and a modern kitchen on the other. All ground floor rooms open onto the spacious travertine terrace, offering scenic views of the countryside and the Pyrenees. Upstairs, a landing with beautiful parquet flooring gives way to three bedrooms and a bathroom with a sizable walk-in shower. The guesthouse is designed to accommodate individuals with reduced mobility. It comprises an entrance, a lovely living room opening onto the garden through a wide bay window, a fully equipped kitchen, a spacious bedroom, and a bathroom. Three splendid lime trees adorn the garden, providing refreshing shade during the summer. A large orchard area features cherry trees, fig trees, apricot trees, and more. This property offers a harmonious balance of practicality, functionality, and charm. Feel free to contact us to arrange a visit. Fees to be paid by the seller. Energy class E, Climate class E Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, based on the year's energy prices 2021: between 2250.00 and 3120.00 €. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Geohazards website: georisques.gouv.fr.

€399,000
221
4bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  3,300

By Belle Maison Gascony

House with pool and garden 18
30

House with pool and garden Auch (32)

Located in the heart of the Gers, in the middle of 4.5 hectares of park and meadow with views of the surrounding countryside, this sublime property offers you an opportunity for high profitability or a magnificent family home. It is made up of a main house of almost 300 m² with beautiful bright rooms: living room of 37 m² with pellet stove, dining room of 48 m², kitchen and back kitchen of 30 m² fully equipped and office of 15 m². The living rooms open onto a large private terrace with barbecue. Upstairs, a big landing leads to 2 bedrooms of 23 and 33 m² sharing a bathroom and both having access to a beautiful 90 m² terrace, then a master bedroom with bathroom and dressing room. The current commercial part has 5 guest rooms: 380 m² adjoining the main house, which could form a whole. There are 4 bedrooms with their own bathroom, as well as a suite consisting of 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. Also a100m² living room with fireplace and billiard area, a 32m² veranda and a 22m² shop. Then, the reception/wedding part: a 270 m² room with bar, catering room, toilet and winter garden. Two small independent houses of 45 and 52 m² can be used as gites or accommodation for staff. Summer weddings and receptions are often celebrated in the magnificent park which is home to century-old trees, a 12x6 swimming pool with remote-controlled solar shelter, a tennis court, a paddock and a 26 x 60 m career for horses, and a beautiful barn of 160 m². Photovoltaic panels provide 50% of the electricity consumption of the property, the septic tanks are up to standard, the well allows the park to be watered, and the facade and the roof of the charterhouse have just been redone. The current owners have a very good annual turnover, which can easily be increased. The property can be used for tourist accommodation, a restaurant, or simply a family home. Contact us for more information! Fees to be paid by the seller. Energy class D, Climate class F. Date of completion of the DPE: 04-01-2021. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Geohazards website: georisques.gouv.fr.

€1,595,000
996
9bedrooms
7bathrooms
land  4.5ha

By Belle Maison Gascony

Property with pool 19
20

Property with pool Lectoure (32)

THIS RENOVATED PROPERTY SITS ON TOP OF A HILL, ENJOYS UNINTERRUPTED VIEWS TO THE SURROUNDING COUNTRYSIDE AND BENEFITS FROM LARGE LIVING SPACES. Shopping, restaurants and antique shops in Lectoure are 12kms away. This area has a wealth of cultural and architectural gems. The main motorway between Toulouse and Bordeaux can be reached within 10 minutes. A cyprus and olive trees lined lane takes to the property at the top of a hill. The main house and wisteria covered dovecot are surrounded by nature, mature trees and shrubs. Peace and serenity immediately welcome the visitor. The large gascon-style house is entered by several entrances from the surrounding terraces.It includes: - On the ground floor, directly from the garden: 2 large reception rooms (1 with a fireplace), dining-room, a fully equipped kitchen with French door to a covered patio area, office, bedroom with shower, wc, laundry rooms, store room with technical utilities.To the rear of the building, attached but also accessed by a private entrance door, a separate guest wing with lounge, 2 bedrooms, wc and large shower room. Covered terrace for alfresco dining. - On the first floor up a wide wooden staircase, 4 en-suite bedrooms, 2 on each side of a massive 160 sqm room with a beautiful timber roof structure, used by the current owners for private concerts or exhibitions. A perfect space to relax, meditate or yoga. On the East side of the main building, the original dovecot on 2 levels has been renovated recently. Downstairs there is a cosy sitting-room, a galley kitchen with dinining area opening to a private terrace, 1 bedroom and a large shower room. Upstairs and accessed by a traditional outside flight of steps, there is a romantic bedroom with 4-poster bed. Magnificent timber ceiling structure above. Wc and sink. On the South side of the property, a little away from the house, the swimming-pool (9 x 4m) with surrounding tiled deck and pool house with sauna that overlooks the countryside. An observation deck offers extended views to the countryside and the church of the little village nearby. 4 horse loose boxes next to the dovecot could be developed as more bedrooms or use for their intended purpose. 2 fresh water wells. Heat pumps. Water filtering system. Water softener. The land has been meticulously landscaped, with meadows, bushes and mature trees of different kinds. Fruit trees at the back of the house. And even a charming walk around the estate for the owners' dog ! The peace and tranquility of this property are unique. This is a perfect home to relax with a book under a tree, swim whilst surrounded by nature or simply do nothing. The property could be an ideal family home, a holiday retreat or a luxury. B&B. THIS IS A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE A UNIQUE PROPERTY NEAR LECTOURE. FOR MORE INFORMATION AND REQUEST FOR A VISIT PLEASE CONTACT AGENCE hAMILTON IN LECTOURE ON : +33 (0) 5 62 29 59 57.

€950,000
755
9bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  5.4ha

By Agence Hamilton

House with pool 20
10

House with pool Boucagnères (32)

This rare, exceptional property is ideally located in the countryside, in a peaceful setting with a beautiful view of the Pyrenees and just 10 minutes from amenities. Set in 16,654 m² of land, part of which is constructible, this property boasts a swimming pool, a 100 m² pool house (which could be doubled in size), and large outbuildings offering a variety of possibilities for conversion: apartments, gites, music room, garage, workshop, etc. With a living area of 211 m², this building comprises a 66 m² living space comprising a lounge, dining room and kitchen. Then there's an office on the first floor, which could easily be converted into a bedroom. Upstairs, the space boasts 5 large, bright bedrooms, including a master suite, 2 toilets and 2 bathrooms, offering optimal comfort for everyday living. The interior and exterior spaces offer enormous possibilities for all kinds of projects: gites, chambres d'hôtes, family home etc... Whatever your project, this charming property awaits you!

€478,000
211
5bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  1.7ha

By Safti

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