|Price|| €87 000 (FAI)**
Reduction from €123,000 to €87,000
|Town||BAGNERES DE LUCHON||Dept||Haute Garonne|
|Surface||43 M2*||Plot Size||0 M2|
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This is a lovely apartment in the heart of pretty ski town close to bars, shops, restaurants and amenities.
Off the main street in a quiet location with private parking (which is rare), this spacious apartment is in a traditional building with many original features.
Due to personal circumstances, the owners have reduced the price dramatically for a quick sale - not to be missed.
• Less than 1 km to the ski lift for Superbagneres Ski Resort
• 25 minute drive to Peyragudes Ski Resort (15 km)
• Ski hire and equipment shops
• Outside ice skating rink
• Thermal Spa
The apartment has the excellent benefit of private secure parking and is situated on the ground floor. All amenities and activities are just a short walk from the apartment.
LOUNGE AND DINING AREA
As you open the door to the accommodation, you enter the large lounge and dining area. There are two patio doors with beautiful original wooden shutters and a fireplace, ideal for those lovely winter evenings. There is a double sofa bed making this a perfect 4 person apartment.
The bedroom has a window, a large cupboard and two single beds.
The kitchen is fully equipped with an oven, microwave, 2 ring hob, refrigerator and full size dishwasher. Once again this room has the lovely original wooden shutters on the window. There is a water heater on the wall.
SHOWER ROOM AND SEPARATE WC
A beautiful shower room, with tasteful floor and wall tiles, plumbing for a washing machine and a large shower. There is a separate wc next to the shower room.
In the hallway between the lounge, kitchen and bedroom there is a large cupboard/wardrobe and storage for cleaning materials, outdoor chairs etc.
From the entrance hallway, you descend the spiral staircase to reach the large cave (ideal for storing skis, outdoor equipment etc).
Outside the building there is a private wood shed.
The apartment is tiled throughout with tasteful floor tiles (and wall tiles in the shower room and kitchen) , gas central heating and the additional benefit of the fireplace and private parking.
This is an ideal opportunity to purchase a charming and spacious apartment in a superb location. The price includes all furniture and fittings.
*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.