|Price|| €450 000 (HAI)**
agency fees to be paid by the seller
|Surface||250 M2*||Plot Size||10885 M2|
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Nestled in a large and enclosed park with matures trees, this house facing south will allure you by its generous volumes and the situation at the ground floor of its major rooms.
Close to all amenities and close to the airport of Toulouse Blagnac (30 km) / to the Airbus Industries
You enter in this property by a remote-controlled gate, and follow an alley across the park until the house, which contains two large living rooms, an opened and fittted kitchen, four bedrooms and a master bedroom suite, a bathroom, storerooms, a garage and a large worksop.
MAIN HOUSE :
Main entrance and ground floor:
The entrance hall leads on your right to a very large room, with exposed beams, where you can find currently first a nice living room, with fireplace and bow-windows, second a lounge area, then a dining room and finally the kitchen. Adjacent to the kitchen, an useful cellar.
A large glass door enlightens the dining room and leads to the terrace and to the swimming pool.
Another glass door connects the kitchen to the same terrace.
Facing the lounge area, a little corridor leads to the first toilets and to the master bedroom suite, which is directly and pleasantly connected to the terrace and to the piscine.
A stairs leads to the first floor.
In the entrance hall, on your left, you will find a « L » corridor with three bedrooms, second toilets, a bathroom, a wardrobe and a storage room.
At the end of this corridor, a door then, a very large garage.
The garage contains a laundry area and another storage room. It is connected to a large workshop (with a washbasin), to the cellar situated beside the kitchen, and by a stairs, to the first level.
First floor :
The first floor contains a bedroom and a second large living room. There are also convertible attic spaces used as storage rooms.
Secondary entrance :
By the glass door in the master bedroom suite.
GARAGE and CAR PARK
- garage : minimum 2 cars
- 4/5 car parks (no limit in the park)
TERRACE, SWIMMING POOL AND POOL HOUSE
Facing the swimming pool and a lush vegetation, this half-covered terrace is also a barbecue area (on the side of the pool house) and offers a relaxing view on landscapes of countryside.
- Well in the garden
- The separate entrances and number of floors allow a B&B or a gite project or accomodation for employees
*These data are for information only and have no contractual value. Leggett Immobilier cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies that may occur.*
**The currency conversion is for convenience of reference only.
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The Haute-Garonne department stretches right down the middle of the Midi-Pyrenees and is home to both a bustling metropolis in the shape of Toulouse, and a rural landscape of undulating hills and valleys. It has the fastest growing population in the region thanks to its universities and aerospace industries.
The department accounts for around half the population of the entire region, the majority of whom reside in the capital, Toulouse. The north is comprised of an undulating landscape with small hills and valleys, while the south rises up towards the Pyrenees.
Toulouse is the capital of both the department and the region. Toulouse was once part of the Languedoc, but following a restructuring of boundaries in the 1960S it fell into the Midi Pyrenees region, leaving some inhabitants with an identity crisis!
Toulouse is a crucial centre for education in the region with more students than any other provincial city in France. Toulouse is known as 'la ville rose' or 'the pink city' due to the predominant colour of the bricks used in the architecture, and it has been something of a success story since World War II, heralding major innovations in aerospace and other advanced technologies.
St Gaudens in the Garonne valley is the traditional capital of the region. It is a cultural and historical gem thought to be one of the prettiest towns in the region. The surrounding area is abundant with a number of castles and ancient churches.
Toulouse has its own airport, which makes getting there very easy, especially when there are so many airlines arriving from various European destinations including the UK. The TGV train service also stops in Toulouse, and the A20 allows easy access to the North to Paris.
The region has seen a substantial increase in property prices over the last few years. Toulouse is naturally the most expensive city in which to have a property, but most foreign buyers have chosen to buy french property in the more relaxed suburbs where their money stretches further.