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House in Bagnères-de-Luchon , Haute-Garonne , Midi Pyrenees

€535,000 £454,081**
Ref: 120601CMC31
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Elegant 3 bedroom house, small outbuilding, lovely garden, a colonial style large balcony. Excellent view.

Andrew PARKER, your local Leggett agent, says :

Siret number: 841218746
Price €535 000
agency fees to be paid by the seller
Ref 120601CMC31
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Dept Haute-Garonne
Surface 262 M2* Plot Size 1337 M2
Bathroom 3 Bedrooms 3
  • 0-2KM to amenities
  • Town property
  • Close to golf course
  • Ski
  • House
  • Holiday Home
  • Mains Drains
  • Electricity on site
  • Barns / outbuildings
  • Private parking
  • Character property
  • Detached
  • Mountain view
  • Double glazing
  • High speed internet
  • Business potential
  • Water on site
  • Excellent condition
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This is a beautiful, renovated house close to the centre of Bagnères de Luchon within walking distance of the spas, shops, cafes, bars, restaurants, lakes, golf, tennis and the ski tele cabin.

It has possibly one of the best views of the Vénasque mountain and is located on the edge of Luchon, within easy reach of all activities and attractions.

There is potential for this lovely place to be a
• Family home with the possibility of a gite
• Boutique B&B using the two first floor suites and spacious owner accommodation on the second floor
• Holiday home with excellent rental opportunity.


• 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 Christmas and New Year
• Thermal Spa
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As you approach this lovely home the first thing you notice is the pretty arched entrance with the name, framed by the trees and bushes.

The gate opens into the front garden, completely enclosed and your first view of this statuesque home.

To the side of the house is the colonial style long, covered balcony supported by 4 columns with the date 1881 etched on the bottom. Below is the covered terrace, an ideal spot to relax away from the hot summer sun.

At the rear is the larger garden with a wood store, old ‘evier’, barbecue, a separate gated entrance and a small building in the bottom left hand corner that would make a super little gite to rent. At the moment it is simply used as storage, but it has two floors and could easily be converted.


You enter the house under the first-floor balcony, walking into the grand entrance hall with two tone wooden floor, high ceiling and the lovely wooden staircase that winds up to the first floor.

On your left is the first reception room, currently used as a sitting room with:

• Stained glass window
• Stained glass patio doors opening out to the side terrace
• Large clear window overlooking the garden and entrance at the front of the property
• Impressive, grand marble fireplace
• Two-tone wooden floor
• Large tall wall radiator and a second radiator under the window
• Orange ceiling
• Wooden panelling around the door
• Original wooden door

On your right, the second reception room is used as a dining area and small reading area/office with

• Original wooden door
• Wooden floor
• Two patio doors, one leading out to the side terrace, the other to the terrace at the rear of the property
• Beautiful marble fireplace
• 2 radiators

A second door on the right leads into the WC with tiled floor and built in storage cupboards.

At the rear of the entrance hall is the spacious kitchen with:

• Tiled floor
• Door to the left leading out to the garden at the front of the property
• Fitted units
• Door to the right leading out to the rear garden and terrace

An additional door underneath the staircase in the hallway opens to the staircase leading down to the large basement, the same surface as the ground floor of the house with 4 rooms offering additional storage, a potential wine cellar and home to the gas central heating boiler.


The wooden staircase and balustrade winds up and opens into the hallway on the first floor where you will find two extremely spacious suites each having a:

Spacious Bedroom with

• Wooden floor
• Marble fireplace
• Patio door onto the smaller balcony overlooking the garden
• Patio doors on to the wider, long balcony
• Two radiators

En-suite Shower room:

This spacious shower room has a wooden floor, 2 wash basins, tiled walls, radiator, WC and an extremely large walk in shower.

Dressing Room:

A small area off the bedroom with build in wardrobes and a wooden floor.

Suite one overlooks the garden and suite two has a superb view of the Venasque mountain.


The wooden staircase continues up to the top floor of the property where a door opens into this lovely renovated space which could easily convert into a separate apartment.

At the far end there is a:

• Large bedroom with a balcony overlooking the front garden and a large radiator.
• Dressing room
• Shower room with Velux window, WC, wash basin, radiator and shower.

At the opposite end is a large living room with:
• Wooden floor
• Built in deep wall cupboard
• 2 radiators
• One of the most wonderful views over to the Venasque mountain
• Patio doors leading out on to the balcony overlooking the rear garden

The space is currently a living area with an office space at the rear.


Bagneres de Luchon is a charming and charismatic spa town and ski location with cafes, bars, restaurants, casino, boutiques, golf course, lake and a range of outdoor activities on offer including:

• Downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowshoe walking and cross country skiing
• Walking and hiking trails at all levels
• Mountains and lakes
• Cycling (mountain biking and Tour de France climbs)
• Paragliding, rafting and fishing
• Golf, tennis, climbing wall and Segway.

Luchon is a renowned spa resort with sulphurous hot springs, spa and swimming pool.

From Luchon you can go over the Col de Portillon and cross into Spain and visit the pretty little village of Bossosst and the new animal park where you can observe the different animals of the region in their natural habitat.


A fabulous, renovated character property dating back to the 1800’s. The roof, electricity and plumbing have all been recently renovated. The house has:

• Gas central heating
• Main drains
• Marble fireplaces
• High ceilings throughout
• Wooden floors
• Original features
• Double glazing
• Balconies with views of the surrounding mountains

Must be viewed to fully appreciate the quality and charm of this lovely home.



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