House Nogaro (32)

$ 621,600
  • Euro (€ EUR)
  • American Dollar ($ USD)
  • British Pound (£ GBP)
  • Surface 240 m2
  • Rooms 9 
  • Bedrooms 5 
  • Land 2.3 ha

A character property with more than 2 ha of land in the midst of the Armagnac region.
This property, in the Armagnac region with its wealth of vineyards and its heritage dating back to the Romans, stands in discreet, unspoilt countryside. It is near to Nogaro, a resource town, famous for its racing track and with an aerodrome. The nearest airports are in Pau (1 hour), Tarbes (1⅓ hours), Agen (1 hour), Toulouse (1½ hours), Bordeaux (1⅔ hours).
The Atlantic Ocean is but 1½ hours away and the Pyrenean ski resorts can be reached in 2 hours.
Large gates open on to a group of buildings nestling in a verdant setting. Cob predominates amongst the ochre-coloured, half-timbered constructions, typical of this region. In the springtime, wisteria abounds, covering the tall tree that it invaded. Its fragrance pervades the garden and can even be noticed inside the residence.
The garden, forming a setting for the house, makes the property a secret even enchanted place. Tall trees such as majestic oak, maple and Judas trees grow well in this climate. Plants that love peaty soil, like rhododendrons, azaleas and laurel, also appreciate this region. This is a natural garden where the lawn becomes a meadow in front of the house’s south-facing facade. It has no visual nuisances. The old park bench installed under the immense Portuguese laurel is but an invitation to relax.
The main houseA basket-handle arched, brick porch way opens into an inner courtyard, closed on three sides by the farm buildings and by the house on the south side. The outside walls of the latter feature cement rendering, covering the old lime and sand rendering and awaiting restoration. A pavement runs alongside the facade. It stands on the heights on the garden side. A wide flight of stone steps go down to the entrance courtyard.
Ground floor
The main door opens into a wide corridor, running the full length of the house, illuminated by a French window at each end. It is paved with terracotta tiles laid diagonally and its walls are made of cob and local fossiliferous stone, in which shells can be glimpsed. The ceiling features exposed joists, with large cross beams creating a sort of pattern. A wood-burning stove made of potstone, renowned for its heating capacity, has been installed. Polished panelled wooden doors for the adjoining rooms open into the corridor. Their deep embrasures reveal that the materials used for constructing the house include stone and earth.
The corridor separates the house into two sections. On one side, a large lounge with its walls and inter-beams covered with hangings. A stone fireplace has been set in the middle, creating a separation between the lounge and a study.
The end of the corridor leads, on one side, to two bedrooms with fireplaces. As with all the rooms along the facade, they open on to a wide terracotta paved terrace.
On the other side of the corridor, a bedroom, with the same style of wall hangings, communicates with a shower room (shower and wash-hand basin). A few steps provide access to a small bedroom, on a lower level. This ochre-coloured room is much more typical, with recent terracotta floor tiles, a low ceiling featuring exposed beams and joists as well as half-timbered walls with cob. Double doors open on to the inner courtyard.
In the section opposite the lounge, a bedroom backs on to the stairway which goes up to the attic and where a bathroom and toilet have been installed.
A dining room and a kitchen end this side facing the lounge. Two-tone terracotta floor tiles are laid in a chessboard pattern and a raised French window provides access to the inner courtyard. A large, rural fireplace, with its stone lintel featuring corbels, takes up a lot of space. They have engravings that are still visible: a star on one and a Basque swastika on the other. The mantel is made of narrow …

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Advertiser reference: 693396 - Le Figaro Properties reference: 16780053

In detail

    • Surface 240 m2
    • Rooms 9
    • Bedrooms 5
    • Land 2.3 ha
    • Construction N/A*
    • Parking N/A*
    • Bathrooms 1
    • Shower rooms 2
    • Toilets 2
    • Exposure N/A*
    • Heating N/A*
    • Kitchen N/A*
    • Property tax N/A*
  • Energy Performance Certificate

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    *GreenHouse Gas emission

  • $ 621,600

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