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House Labastide-d'Armagnac (40)
The restored house of Captain de Malartic, dating back to the 14th, 17th and 18th centuries, with a separate garden and barn, in the heart of a bastide in France’s Landes department. The old square Place Royale is picturesque on all four sides: a 12th-century fort-like church stands on one side and arcades forming galleries line rows of houses, which are mostly half-timbered. The village is full of buildings that date back to periods between the 14th and 18th centuries. Almost all of them have been masterfully restored. They are hidden among the countless alleys that form a grid leading to the square. Today, this historical square is a hub for encounters and conviviality, fostered by the presence of several restaurants and a parking ban here. Nearby, artists’ studios and a range of curiosities line medieval streets. For example, there is a Protestant church built in 1607 that has been turned into an exhibition centre. On the square, the house lies opposite the church. The dwelling is known as the most beautiful house in Labastide-d'Armagnac. It has a ground floor, a first floor and a loft that could be converted. It is nestled on the square’s north-east corner, so it has two entrances beneath its galleries: one leads in from the square Place Royale and the other leads in from a side street. The house faces south-east. It stands on the edge of the square, blending harmoniously into its architectural environment. The dwelling is crowned with a roof of monk-and-nun tiling on which a gabled dormer stands. The facade’s upper section, made of brick and lattice-patterned timber framing, rests upon a thick stone wall and solid beams and joists, which are supported by two stone pillars – part of a former gallery of shops. On the first floor, three segmental-arch windows with crosspieces stand behind wrought-iron guardrails. They are fitted with wooden shutters. At the back, on the north side, there is a small terrace on the first floor. Lastly, in line with the house, there are two small rooms in a section with an entrance from outside: a fitness room with a wine cellar and lavatory and a space with a recent oil boiler and its tank.
By Patrice Besse
Property Labastide-d'Armagnac (40)
Known as the Jewel of Les Landes, Labastide D'Armagnac draws admirers from across the globe with it's pretty square and authentic French lifestyle. In pride of place lies this stunning half timbered 'Hotel Particulier', the views from which are said to have inspired Henri the IV to create the Place de Vosges in Paris when he stayed here as a guest in the 1500's. Whilst the origins of the property go back as far as the 14th century, with later Baroque additions, the current owners have spared no expense working with a well respected architect to gently awaken this historic home and bring it up to current comforts. From the LaCornue kitchen to a luxurious bathroom, stunning sitting room and library to the delightful Orangery style dining / reception room and private roof terrace, there is so much to love about this unique residence. The property has everything you need for a perfect French home or holiday retreat. Stepping out of the front door takes you straight to excellent restaurants, wonderful cafés and a number of artisan boutiques. Only 30 minutes from the train station at Mont de Marsan, 1hr25 from Bordeaux airport, and situated halfway between the spectacular beaches of the Atlantic Ocean and Ski Slopes of the Pyrenees, there is no shortage of access to good food, vinyards and colourful markets. Set over two floors with an additional Attic space running the length of the property, the ground floor is dedicated to fine cuisine and good dining. Measuring an impressive 52m², one side is flanked entirely with prestigious LaCornue units, lending gastronomic luxury to the French lifestyle. To the other side of the room, a good sized dining table holds host to numerous memorable suppers and shared moments. Up the winding staircase, one encounters a glorious double length sitting room and library with panneled glass windows tipping the eye beyond fresh geraniums to the square and its 13th century church beyond. A wood panneled Orangery inspired third reception room leads out through glass doors to a sheltered roof terrace flanked with olive trees and potted plants. Two stunning bedrooms, packed with authentic features, a good sized shower room and luxurious bathroom complete the ensemble. To the East of the property lies a third guest bedroom and WC, accessed via it's own front door. A large garden hidden behind an ancient wall and home to an independent armagnac barn is found across the road from the property and could lend itself to further development into a guest cottage and pool area. If you are looking for a slice of true French lifestyle, a place to simply unpack your bags and step outside to collect a baguette and steaming café au lait, do not miss this rare chance to snap up this stunning home. Viewing highly reccomended. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the website Géorisques - https://www.georisques.gouv.fr
By French Character Homes
Castle Labastide-d'Armagnac (40)
A 19th century manor house in need of restoration, its outbuildings and 7 ha of wooded parklands in the rolling countryside of the Landes d'Armagnac in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. The old 15th century noble residence has been converted into the present-day manor house, which has preserved its treasures. These include the late 19th century sculpted coat of arms of Baron Camont de Talence, the former owner of the property, adorning the mantelpiece of a marble fireplace within the manor house. The 7-hectare estate, which used to be a vineyard, enjoys surroundings protected from visual and noise disturbances. It is a 1-km walk from the village. The entrance to the estate from the main road is marked by a tall wrought iron gate framed by solid dressed stone pillars. The caretaker's lodge is on the left-hand side. A 600-metre bridle path runs through the grounds dotted with centuries-old oak trees to a lawned platform above the fields. The manor house stands in the centre of this natural setting. The driveway splits twice: once to go around the western edge of the estate and serve the fields and farm outbuildings built around a square courtyard, and again to reach the tenant farm and its outbuildings. Opposite the west facade of the manor house, an elongated building houses the stables. To the north, there is an old swimming pool with an unusual shape awaiting restoration. The bandstand, with its fine, ornate metal structure, adds a refined touch to the park. It forms the starting point for a shady path leading to spinneys crossed by a stream and then a river ensuring the irrigation of the land. The manor house extends over three storeys with a total floor area of some 650m², each level bathed in light. The functional layout facilitates easy renovation. During the renovation works, the tenant farmhouse, which has already been restored and offers a comfortable surface area, will provide the ideal refuge for future inhabitants, should the need arise.
By Patrice Besse
Castle Gabarret (40)
A 14th century fortified house, remodelled in the 16th, 18th and 21st centuries, with outbuildings, guest house and 6 3 ha of grounds in the heart of the County of Armagnac. Originally a fortified house, the property was turned into a castle towards the end of the Middle Ages, surrounded by a rural landscape where the colours reflect the seasons. With a backdrop of rolling fields, vineyards and woods, it stands at a good distance from a few dwellings served by the road leading to the village. It bears witness to the medieval tradition, documented from the late 12th century onwards, of fortifying houses by adding towers, palisades, ditches or battlements. This required the authorisation of the local overlord and all neighbouring lords. Protected from any disturbance by a 400-metre-long shaded driveway separating the castle from a local road, the edifice stands on the grounds of the former base-court of the feudal site, whose moats have only recently been filled in. The former feudal estate comprises three independent buildings framing a lawned esplanade, with fairly flat, open grounds surrounded by majestic trees. The main two-storey brick dwelling in the centre has unfinished garrets and is flanked by a square tower to the west. To the east, a former timber-framed farmhouse, set apart at right-angles, has been converted into guest accommodation. This house has a ground level with an upper storey under the roof and looks out over a grove of trees to the pool area on the eastern side, set apart from the dwellings and out of sight. On the other side of the central lawn, opposite the west elevation of the guest house, a long building with lime-rendered facades spans two storeys. A workshop and sheds are located on the eastern side of this building. On the south side, a grass-covered ramp provides access to a former winery partly below ground, with a considerable roof height. The three- and four-pitched roofs with monk-and-nun tiles are emphasised by two rows of overhanging cornices - except for the roof of the tower, which has flat tiles. The rendered stone elevations have symmetrical straight or arched windows, topped with glazed transoms and fitted with shutters on the main facade of the castle. On the other sides, the windows are simpler, of different sizes and protected by shutters.
By Patrice Besse
House with pool and terrace Sainte-Maure-de-Peyriac (47)
Bordering LANDES and GERS. The building is located 10 km from Gabarret (Landes), 13 km from Fourcès (Gers) classified among the most beautiful villages in France, 18 km from Eauze (Gers) with schools, shops and other services..., train station Agen less than an hour away, Bordeaux airport 1h30 away and the first beaches of the Landes coast less than 2 hours away. But there is also a grocery store and a bakery just 6 km away. Beautiful family home (former presbytery) located in the countryside, quiet without being isolated, classified as a natural area. It offers you 350m2 of living space with a beautiful outdoor space of around 3900m2 with an 8x4 salt pool, installed in July 2022. Added to this set is a wooden outbuilding of around 80m2, enough to park 2 cars, DIY, store + an additional shed of 9m2. The house has a spacious entrance, a warm-colored SAS welcomes you and a large, through corridor of 21m2 leads to all the rooms on the ground floor. On your left, a very bright 39 m2 living room opens onto a 26m2 dining kitchen with direct access to the terrace. From here, you can enjoy beautiful sunny days or evenings with friends or family, while having a view of the swimming pool and the forest that surrounds you. From the kitchen a door leads you to the back kitchen or storage space of approximately 10 m2 and through a second door you find the large hall/corridor with its independent toilet. This circulatory configuration is really very pleasant and really functional. Let's return to our spacious corridor/entrance hall: on your right, a small living room/office or other, depending on what suits you best, of approximately 19m2, a bedroom of 17m2 with its decorative fireplace (non-functional) and its bathroom with toilet, en suite. This first sleeping area or master suite is really very bright, like the whole house as a whole. We continue with the second sleeping area, still on your right, a door opens onto a corridor of more than 6m2 which leads to a bathroom with toilet of more than 10m2 and a beautiful bedroom of 17m2. The first floor offers you a very beautiful living space, with large volumes, of more than 87m2 on the ground, serving 3 beautiful bedrooms all of 29m2 and a bathroom with toilet of 13m2. This beautiful building can easily accommodate a large family and receive friends, you do not feel cramped and everyone can enjoy their space without disturbing or being disturbed. All windows are double glazed with mosquito nets. Central heating (oil) boiler De dietrich. An 18m2 room/boiler room adjoining the house houses the boiler, the water heater, the tanks and all the pool machinery. The fiber is installed and working perfectly. Ideal for teleworking, liberal profession or other. If you are looking for calm (without being isolated), nature, welcoming a large family and friends, working from home, then this house is for you. Don't wait any longer to visit it! ENERGY CLASS: D 182 kWh/m2/year. Estimated amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use 3970? and 5430? per year, Average energy prices indexed to January 1, 2021 (subscriptions included). CLIMATE CLASS: D 39 kgCO2/m2/year Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions This property is offered to you, at the price of ?455,000? agency fees payable by the seller included, by your local advisor for Gers/Lot et Garonne, Céline LEFEVRE. Do not hesitate to contact her at 07.84.74.74.91 or by email [email protected]? French real estate side, Franco-Belgian real estate network / purchase-sale-estimate- http://www.cotefranceimmo.fr 'Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: http://www.georisks.gouv.fr ' This real estate announcement was written under the editorial responsibility of (EI) Céline Lefèvre, independent commercial real estate agent of SARL Côté France (without holding funds), the commercial agent registered with the RSAC of AGEN under number 801 781 253, holder of the real estate canvassing card on behal
By Cote France
Castle Fources (32)
The Château de Fourcès sits at the entrance of one of the most beautiful villages of France, on the banks of the river Auzoue. Fourcès (meaning force in Gascon) is a unique and picturesque circular village renowned for its famous annual flower market on the last weekend of April, its monthly brocantes, restaurants and eclectic shops. The village, with a mere 300 inhabitants, is a local treasure, its beauty preserved over the centuries and very much a living and breathing Gascon village, where it is possible to source anything from an ancient scented rose, a bottle of Armagnac, a unique piece of furniture; or to enjoy a fabulous meal with local produce on the terrace of the local Auberge. A village so often visited for its beauty, and gentle recreational pleasures, the Château is one of the most remarkable landmarks of Gascony, and one which here at BLISS we are proud to present to anyone in search of a life-changing property, and one which provides the possibility of so many possible business ventures linked to this historical building, in an area of peaceful beauty and tranquillity. The chateau was demolished in 1453 in the Hundred Year War. At the time the local villagers re-employed many of the stones to build their own properties around the circular market place, with is hundred year old trees. The central market place is dotted with plane trees which provide dappled shade in the summer months. This is a place in which people come together; bursting with flowers from horticulturists all over SW France at the end of April, the brocanteurs, eating an impromptu lunch at rickety tables and sharing a glass of local Gascon red at the monthly antique fares. If ever you wanted to feel you are in the heart of France, and time has stopped, cross the bridge over the river to the sleepy town of Fourcès. Building of the Château as we know it today commenced at the end of the reign of Louis Xll and was completed under the reign of François Ier. The building is clearly Renaissance in style with lovely large windows, a glorious pale stone façade, with two wings and a round tower and a square tower. In the square tower we find the beautiful and original staircase. Since 1996, successive owners of the Château have welcomed tourists into the Château, with the current owners having carried out an impressive redesign of the interior of the Château with further development of additional appartements on the upper floors, and the creation of a popular bar/tapas area on the ground floor for guests, known as Chez Boubou, with two bedrooms above the bar/restaurant in the adjacent stone cottage that sits at the entrance of the Château. The current owners also oversaw the complete restoration of the roof in 2020.
By Bliss Immobilier
House with pool and garden Fources (32)
EXCLUSIVE to Belle Maison Gascony ! At peace, in the middle of its 10 hectares of meadows, woodland gardens, sits a magnificent, white stone country house with outbuildings a swimming pool.The Maison de Maître of 320 m² opens through a pretty entrance into the main hall which serves a large Gascon kitchen with open fireplace, an elegant drawing room, a comfortable sitting room a utility room.Upstairs, the large hall serves 3 bedrooms, a family bathroom a large master suite with its own bathroom. Every room in the house is bathed with light thanks to their double aspect design. Attached to the house are a 122 m² outbuilding a 75 m² wine store which together offer the opportunity to create a further large living space. There is also a 70 m² carport. A beautiful, tree lined park shelters the swimming pool French gardens full of magnificent roses. The property also enjoys 3 hectares of oak woodlands. An exceptional property that must be seen very soon.
By Belle Maison Gascony
Private mansion Casteljaloux (47)
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House with pool and terrace Casteljaloux (47)
Lots of character and authenticity for this very well maintained landaise in the heart of a wooded park of 2910 m2 fully enclosed with heated swimming pool and outbuildings. Its courtyard is an invitation to idleness, it offers more than 85 m2 of covered terrace, a real outdoor living room in summer. Inside, a beautiful 65 m2 air-conditioned living room with open fitted and equipped kitchen accommodates family tables, an imposing Godin stove warms the whole area. A vast hallway divides the sleeping areas, games room and office. In total the building has 3 toilets, 1 bathroom, 1 shower room, 1 toilet, 4 bedrooms including 1 with boudoir and 1 games room on the ground floor, upstairs two very beautiful rooms currently in office-library for one and bedroom for the other offer two private spaces that can be converted into a bedroom-dormitory or redécoupé. 10 minutes from the Center Parcs des Landes de Gascogne, 15 minutes from Casteljaloux, 1h 15 from Bordeaux, let yourself be seduced by this beautiful residence with many advantages and suitable for multiple uses, main, semi-main, secondary residence, guest rooms, hosts. Several entries make it possible to consider its occupation. It is up to you to decide how to continue to write its history... Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Georisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr
By Confluence Immo
Property with pool Casteljaloux (47)
This imposing and elegant 11th-century building, transformed and enlarged over the years, is now presented in its 18th-century livery. It is situated in the Lot et Garonne region at the gateway to Casteljaloux, a holiday destination if ever there was one, due to its perfect location. Nestled away from view, a few leagues from the amenities of a medium-sized town, its infrastructure, its cultural, historical and heritage wealth, all contribute to the well-being and well-being of the local population. Bright and authentically restored with noble materials and all the modern comforts, the remarkable elements have been preserved. Built on two levels, and comprising a round tower and a square tower, it has a living area of 735 m2 (7,535 sq ft), distributed as follows Ground floor : A large main entrance, two lounges, a dining room, two bedrooms each with its own bathroom and toilet, a study, a kitchen, a pantry, a storeroom, a toilet, access to the cellars and a secondary entrance giving access to an inner courtyard lined with a flowerbed decorated with old roses. The first floor is accessed via two staircases, one of which is a large blond Hungarian oak staircase and the other is a spiral walnut staircase. On the first floor: Four bedrooms with bathroom, two bedrooms with a shared bathroom, a very large bedroom, 3 toilets, dressing room.This property also includes two other dwellings, such as : Guest house of 50 m2 consisting of a single room with kitchen area, dining area, sleeping area and shower room with access to the courtyard and garden.Caretaker's house of 80 m2 (861 sq ft) in the extension of the main building with its small garden overlooking the valley, comprising a living room with a large fireplace and a kitchen area to be converted, a bedroom and a bathroom in the square tower. Various outbuildings make up the property, roofs have been redone and can be converted into gîtes, namely a stable, a cowshed, a pigeon-house-porch, a bread oven, a barn and a bright workshop. The well-maintained park with its three hundred year old trees overlooks the Avance valley with a 180o view. From the park, one reaches the relaxation area through a 16th century monastic gate with a 6m x 12m swimming pool which extends over 300 m2 of terrace in complete privacy. Finally, a 1ha orchard below the façade completes the property. The opening of five guest rooms as well as the guest house and the caretaker's cottage provide income that largely covers the running costs of the property. Ideally situated, the Manor is only 5 km from the A62 motorway (Bordeaux-Toulouse) and 10 km from all shops, various services, train station, casino, golf course, spa and equestrian centre, restaurants and bars. Les informations sur les risques auxquels ce bien est exposé sont disponibles sur le site Géorisques www.georisques.gouv.fr
By Alexander James Real Estate
House with terrace Casteljaloux (47)
EXCLUSIVE - EXCEPTIONAL ENVIRONMENT - EXCEPTIONAL PROPERTY - 3 HOUSES - 10 HECTARES - WOODS / MEADOWS - SAFE FROM ALL VIEWS - Efficity, the agency that values your property online presents this unique place to you. Located 1h10 from Bordeaux, 1h30 from Toulouse, in the heart of Gascony and more particularly the Landes forest of Lot-et-Garonne, this rare property on the market is made up of three beautiful stone houses, out of more than 10 hectares of land. Gîtes, guest rooms, tourist activity, eco-place or simply a big family...? Make this area whatever you please! - The main house, entirely on one level - apart from a small perched room - consists of FOUR BEDROOMS and as many bathrooms, an equipped kitchen, a dining room, a cozy living room with exposed stone walls and a stove. wood, an office space with bay windows as well as a LARGE ''open sky'' VERANDA of 40m2, for a total surface area of 200m2. Pretty terrace, partly covered west facing. - The cottage also has FOUR BEDROOMS, a kitchen and a large living room with covered terrace. - The old sheepfold, also tastefully renovated, is made up of TWO BEDROOMS, a kitchen open to the living room and a lean-to. On the exterior side, a second building, still in very good condition including: - A covered TERRACE, overlooking the 6m by 3.50m SWIMMING POOL where you will spend pleasant moments with family or friends. - A GARAGE of 100m2 with workshop and storage or working rooms. - Little VERANDA with crazy charm - Outbuildings for animals nearby - Natural WATER point, three WELLS... Of the 10 HECTARES of land, more than 3 hectares are ready to accommodate horses or other farm animals (meadows), the rest being mainly composed of oaks, acacias and a few other maritime species. The property is completely fenced! Nature lovers: take advantage of the almost 2.5 km path on which you can stroll every morning, through the woods, to take a little health walk and/or collect mushrooms. The estate is PERFECTLY maintained. Out of sight, in absolute calm and at the same time close to all amenities. The dream location for many of your projects. For more information or the organization of a visit I am at your disposal by telephone from Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Castle Casteljaloux (47)
17th century castle with pool and pond on more than 23 hectares In the heart of one of the most touristic departments in France thanks to its natural, historical and gastronomic riches, a magnificent 17th century chateau with its outbuildings, close to the A62 Bordeaux/Toulouse highway, 15 minutes from a town of 20,000 inhabitants, 1 hour from Bordeaux, its international airport, its TGV station. The interior of the chateau offers us a real journey into the past with its many scrupulously preserved authentic elements: magnificent floors, monumental fireplaces, 2 stone spiral staircases, French ceilings, mullioned windows, vaulted cellar, partially converted attic, remarkable "cathedral" frames… The set has more than 1000 m² of living space with its 23 rooms including a sumptuous dance hall, several reception room, library, theater room, chapel... In one of its outbuildings, a beautiful reception room of 250 m² hosts all event activities: weddings, seminars… An apartment is available to accommodate a caretaker. One piece of land more than 23 hectares in a dominant position offering a lovely leisure park, a swimming pool, a pond, several water basins.. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Georisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr Our opinion: A quiet property, away from the pollution, which is equally suitable for family use and the creation of an activity. A must see !
By Chateaux Et Patrimoine
House Casteljaloux (47)
In the heart of the Landes massif, on the edge of a small village, a large, air-conditioned house and its sheep barn, entirely restored and surrounded by a Gascon garden of more than 2 ha. On the edge of a small village nestled in a pine forest, a moorland track leads to a small hamlet of several houses, which were built at a reasonable distance from each other so as to avoid both disturbance and isolation. Shortly before the end of the road, the property appears behind an automatic gate; a large, perfectly maintained airial (Gascon garden with trees) is revealed, which includes an old Landes farm, a sheep barn and a small outbuilding housing a workshop and a carport.
By Patrice Besse
Castle Montréal (32)
Magnificent 74-hectare winegrowing and equestrian property with a luminous 19th-century Renaissance-style château. Approx. 600 sqm of living space on three levels of 200 sqm each. 13 main rooms including 9 bedrooms. Fine architectural features. Magnificent grounds, pleasant faienced swimming pool. Beautiful view over a valley. No nuisance. The château is composed as follows: First floor: a terrace opens onto a wide entrance hall with a grand staircase, vast living room, beautiful dining room, library, bedroom, bathroom, fitted kitchen, storeroom and laundry room. 1st floor: Large landing, 5 large bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. Terrace. 2nd floor: Living room with a kitchen, 3 bedrooms and bathroom. 230 sqm semi-buried cellar. Many original features: parquet floors, fireplaces, tiles, etc... Outbuildings of approx. 1400 sqm, including : A 200 sqm stable with 4 large stalls and a hangar. An 870 sqm building comprising former cowsheds, a wine storehouse with 11 concrete vats, a distillery room with a double-heated still, accommodation on 2 floors and an open garage. An old farmhouse of 250 sqm on one level, with an unfinished attic. A pretty 75 sqm converted dovecote on three floors. 74 ha of free land, including 40 ha of vineyards and 16 ha of meadows, 10 ha of land, 7 ha of parklands and woods. The vineyard of 40ha 47a 95ca is composed of : 1.33 ha of Cabernet Sauvignon 1.44 ha of Merlot 4.21 ha of Chardonnay 11.97 ha of Colombard 6.6956 ha Gros Manseng 3.73 ha Sauvignon Blanc 4.013 ha Sauvignon Gris
By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Toulouse-occitanie
House Montréal (32)
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