Réf : A04801
Stunning 6 bedroom chateau with outbuildings set in parkland in the Haute Garonne with views of the Pyrenees
Not only will this magnificent 6 bedroom chateau will wow you as you walk through the door, but it even has a DPE rating of B. Estimated energy annual cost are 2637-3567 euros per year
It is situated in a magical spot, south of Toulouse with views of the breathtaking Pyrenees. Its restoration has been a 20 year labour of love.
Most of the materials used came from local sources, trees from the land and marble from the local quarries.
This is a truly magnificently designed house, in which old and new elements exist in harmony. Underfloor heating throughout the ground floor.
Much thought and consideration has been used in the 4000 m² garden design, just as in the house,
Barn 235m² each floor
Former forge, approx 45m²
Workers' cottage, approx 60m²
60 km Auch:
• 73 km Bagneres de Bigorre:
• 60 km Bagneres de Luchon:
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Réf : A04801
This stunning château situated in the peaceful Haute Garonne is set in its own beautifully landscaped parkland, complimented by superb outbuildings and around 22,000m2 land.
With much love and attention to detail, it has been renovated by its designer owners over the last 20 years.
Each unique room had been carefully restored using local materials.
You enter the chateau through beautiful iron gates, and will find a duck-pond and established parkland with mature trees. The extensive outbuildings are in excellent condition and create a large courtyard to the rear of the chateau which could be used for any number of business purposes. The outbuildings could be made into additional accommodation or artist's workshop, yoga studio, etc. The possibilities are endless.
The chateau has been completely rewired and re-plumbed. The marble for the ground floor rooms was sourced from local quarries. The property has been smart wired to allow remote control at a distance, and give you the ability to create a mood and theme via lighting for each individual room. It also has a home surveillance system. The surround sound is through a Bang & Olufsen cabling system. There is also fibre internet. The ground floor has underfloor heating, with radiators upstairs, all driven by heat pumps.
-Entrance hall, 25m² marble floor underfloor heating, with winding staircase to the first floor.
-Fully fitted, bespoke kitchen, 46.5m² made from American cherry - door leading to terrace and garden.
-Breakfast room, approx 22 m2, with views over the garden.
-Living room 47m², marble floor underfloor heating, wood burner, windows with views of the garden
-Dining room approx 20 m2 marble floor leading onto the courtyard and landscaped garden.
-Tv room 24m² wood burner, views of the garden, marble floor with a door leading to the art studio.
-First floor landing rest area with French windows and a Juliette balcony with views of the garden. A Pyrenean wooden floor. Everything is locally produced and handmade.
-Bedroom 1 approx 30 m2, with cherry wood floor, separate dressing room views of the courtyard.
-Radiators throughout all bedrooms and on the landing.
-Bedroom 2 cherrywood floor, radiator, views of the garden and mountains.
-Bedroom 3 views of the mountains four-poster bed, radiators, cherry wood floor.
-Hallway leading to:
-Family bathroom approx 12 m2, large walk-in shower, hand basin and original enamel bath, with views of the courtyard and built-in cupboards.
-Independent toilet marble walls and floor all locally sourced.
-Large walk-in shower approx 11 m2 room tiled floor beautiful blue glass hand basin.
-Master bedroom approx 31 m2 windows views of the mountain cherrywood floor, radiator, four-poster bed, log burner.
-From the office area, you can climb the beautiful wrought iron spiral and cherry wood staircase up to another bedroom called the Tower room. In the bedroom, you will find a hidden shower and separate WC behind doors, 3.5m² + 1.5m²
Again from the office area, you can descend the magnificent marble stairs which lead down to the:
-Second dining room, with a beautiful marble floor, (locally sourced) is truly stunning, with a vaulted ceiling, and doors leading to the:
-Utility room and a:
Situated just 15 minutes from the market town of Boulogne-sur-Gesse, where you will find, cafés, restaurants, bars, supermarkets.
20 minutes away from Lannemezan with its railway station and motorway access point, with easy access to the coast.
Around 25 minutes from Saint Gaudens where you will find lots of shops and restaurants.
Toulouse Blagnac international airport 1hr 20mins.
Bagnères de Bigorre - La mongie 1h
St Lary - 1hr
Superbagnères - 1h 15
Kayaking - windsurfing canoeing Canyoning snowshoeing Paragliding
Biarritz 2hr - excellent for surfing
St Sebastian - 2h 30
Bosost Viella 1h
Marciac Jazz festival 35mins
Tarbes - 45 mins
Mirande country and western festival - 20 mins
Vic Fezensac - Tempo Latino Salsa festival - 1h
local, golf tennis world-renowned for Cycling
Excellent gastronomy and wine. you can even visit vineyards in the area, around 1.30 mins drive.
- 963 900 € (HAI) agency fees to be paid by seller
This property has ...
- Electricity on site
- Barns / outbuildings
- Private parking
- Character property
- Mountain view
- Double glazing
- High speed internet
- Suitable for horses
- Business potential
- Bed and Breakfast
- Hamlet property
- Village property
- DPE - 104
- GES - 3