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Delightful & Immaculate 19C Property in an Unspoilt Location with Heated Swimming Pool
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Department: Gers (32)
Commune: Marciac (32230)
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Advert Reference: FCH1009
- Type: Residential (Country House, Farmhouse / Fermette, House)
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bath/ Shower Rooms: 3
- Habitable Size: 195 m²
- Land Size: 5,260 m²
- Year Built: 19C
- Swimming Pool: 10x4.5m, Chlorine, Heated - New PAC 2022
- View: Countryside
- Orientation: South facing
- Property Condition: Good
- Roof: Tiles
- Terrace: 2 terraces (26.45m² & 15m²)
- Garage: No, but workshop
- Well: Pond + access to a communal natural spring
- Bed & Breakfast Potential
- Broadband Internet
- Car Port(s)
- Character / Period Features
- Countryside View
- Covered Terrace(s)
- Fireplace / Stove
- Off-Street Parking
- Orchard(s) / Fruit Trees
- Renovated / Restored
- Rental / Gîte Potential
- Septic Tank / Microstation
- Swimming Pool
- Terrace(s) / Patio(s)
- Vegetable Garden(s)
- Water Source / Spring
- Woodburner Stove(s)
This exceptional property is ideally situated within 10 minutes of the popular riverside market town of Maubourguet, and the jazz festival Bastide town of Marciac. The property is deceptively large (195m2) and stands in over half a hectare of beautifully landscaped grounds which are accessed via two separate driveways.
The current owners bought the property around 13 years ago and have professionally restored it with a clear objective to conserve its period features whilst offering a high level of modern day comfort. The ground floor accommodation opens into a large family kitchen (43m²) with a dining area centred around a period fireplace equipped with a woodburning stove. To the right, is a light, well proportioned and cosy, sitting room with a second woodburning stove. There is also a third reception room to the south-west side of the property which boasts full-height ceilings, triple aspect windows and a third wood-burning stove. This room is currently used as an office and leads into a beautiful covered dining terrace over-looking the gardens. A practical utility room and downstairs shower room completes the ground floor accommodation.
The first floor offer three double bedrooms all facing south and over-looking the gardens. A large dressing room and two beautifully appointed bathrooms completes the first floor accommodation.
The mature, beautifully landscaped gardens of 5,260m², includes an attractive fish pond with water-lilys, a substantial vegetable garden, several fruit trees (pear, apple, cherry and plum) and established flower beds offering an array of colour throughout the seasons. A 10 x 4.5m heated swimming pool (heater replaced in 2022) is situated to the south-west side of the gardens and offers a shady terrace and views across the undulating countryside. A workshop, two wood stores and two carports complete the property.
This professionally restored and immaculately presented property is situated just 10 minutes from the small Bastide town of Marciac, internationally known for hosting one of the most important Jazz festivals in the world. Since its launch in 1978, the Marciac Jazz festival has hosted musicians such as Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, Norah Jones. The city of Tarbes and its international airport are 35 minutes away and the Pyrenees 1 hour away.
Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the quality of restoration, the presentation and the setting!
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