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House in CIERP GAUD , Haute Garonne , Midi Pyrenees

€157,000 €131,000 (HAI)** £118,888**
Ref: 91077CMC31
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Spacious 4-bedroom village house with balconies overlooking the river and park in the heart of the village – walking distance to shops and services. Garden and courtyard at the rear

Lesley Callaghan , your local Leggett agent, says :

Siret number: 813 569 571
Price €131 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 7 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€122 000 without fees)

Reduction from €157,000 to €131,000
Ref 91077CMC31
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Dept Haute Garonne
Surface 137 M2* Plot Size 190 M2
Bathroom 2 Bedrooms 4
  • 0-2KM to amenities
  • Close to golf course
  • Ski
  • Village property
  • House
  • Family Home
  • Holiday Home
  • Business potential
  • Character property
  • Electricity on site
  • Guest house / gite
  • High speed internet
  • Mountain view
  • Water on site
  • Woodburner(s)
  • Good condition
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Situated in the centre of a village with shops and services, this large home with high ceilings, balconies, main drainage and garden is located close to skiing, cycling, rafting, lakes, beautiful walks and mountain bike routes. It is perfect for anyone who loves the outdoors.

Ski Information

• 19-minute drive to Superbagneres Ski Resort (16 km)
• 23-minute drive to Le Mourtis Ski Resort (15 km)
• 42-minute drive to Peyragudes Ski Resort (30 km)
• Views of the surrounding mountains
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Right in the heart of the village and facing the river and a pretty park this is a perfect family or holiday home.

Close to the border of Spain and the Val d’Aran and only 15 minutes from Bagneres de Luchon, known as the Queen of the Pyrenees.

The owners have undertaken a large amount of renovation work whilst maintaining many of the original features and character of this lovely house.

The accommodation is divided over three floors as follows:


Two marble steps lead up to the beautiful double wooden door with ornate grill that opens into the entrance hall facing the beautiful original staircase.

There is a WC independent and a rear door that opens into the courtyard and garden.

Two doors from the entrance hall lead into the large living room (30 m2) – one into the lounge and the other into the dining area.

A new wooden floor runs throughout the ground floor accommodation.

The living room is divided into a lounge and a dining area.

The lounge has:

• 2 double glazed windows
• Shutters
• Original cupboard
• Exposed stone with a flue for the wood burner
• Radiator

The dining area has:

• Large fireplace
• Window overlooking the garden
• Sliding wooden door that leads through to the kitchen and addition small living room

Through the sliding door – steps go:

• Down to the fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, cooker, fridge and a double-glazed window facing the garden.
• Up to the mezzanine bar/relaxation room (6 m2) with a wood burner, bar, wooden floor and double-glazed windows. This room could also be used as an office or library


Up the beautiful staircase to the first-floor hallway with two bedrooms (14m2 and 17 m2) and a shower room (4 m2).

Bedroom 1 has two windows overlooking the river, a marble fireplace, radiator, built-in cupboard and original wooden floor (under the carpet fitted for the children who use this bedroom).

A doorway from Bedroom 1 opens into the shower room again with a wooden floor, radiator, shower cubicle (with jets), wash basin and window overlooking the river.
Bedroom 2 has a lovely wooden floor, 2 windows and looks out over the tiny village campsite to the mountains. There is a radiator and a door (originally allowing access to Bedroom 1).


Continue up the stairs to the next floor and you will find a further two bedrooms (19m2 and 10 m2) and a shower room (4 m2):

Bedroom 3 is the main bedroom in the house. It has a beautiful original wooden floor, radiator, marble fireplace, built-in wardrobe and patio doors that lead out on to the balcony overlooking the river, park and mountains behind the village.

The balcony is south west facing, and the windows have metal shutters.

A door from this bedroom leads into the shower room with a shower cubicle (with jets), wash basin with unit, and water heater.

Bedroom 4 is at the rear of the house and has a radiator, built-in wardrobe and window overlooking the rear balcony, garden and out towards the mountains.

The hall on the second floor has a door leading out to the rear balcony.

There is a WC independent and a floor to ceiling original cupboard.

A trap door leads into the attic space which is well insulated, and the wood is in good condition.


The owner has completed a significant amount of work on the property costing approximately 28,700 euros.

• electricity to standard with 3 circuit breakers (6000 euros)
• two new hot water cylinders (100 and 150 litres) (375 euros)
• new windows (250 euros)
• attic insulation (700 euros)
• two new shower cabins with jets (1000 euros)
• mirror and taps (99 euros)
• creating the mezzanine bar area (800 euros)

2014 onwards
• new flooring and wood for the ground floor (10380 euros)
• new gas boiler (4900 euros)
• double glazing ground floor (3500 euros)
• work and paint for the dining room area (800 euros)
• Renovation of the bedrooms (2500 euros)
• Painting the staircases (300 euros)
• New lining for the chimney (1000 euros)
• Fence for the garden (150 euros)

Plus, new electrical appliances purchased:
• Fridge (105 euros)
• Dish washer (250 euros)
• Cooker (500 euros)
• Sink plus work (499 euros)


Steps from the courtyard lead up to a door that opens into the hallway on the ground floor of the house.

There is a ‘cave’ from the courtyard with washing machine and storage space.
The garden is at the rear of the house and is a perfect spot to relax.


Situated in a little village in the heart of the Midi Pyrenees, the property is in a superb location to access all the region has to offer:

• Downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and cross country skiing
• Walking and hiking trails at all levels
• Mountains and lakes
• Cycling (cross country and Tour de France mountain passes)
• Paragliding, rafting, horse-riding and fishing
• Animal park, adventure park
• Spas (Luchon and Lès in Spain)
• Shops, restaurants and historical sites
• And more …..

Access to the village is excellent:

• 20 minutes to the motorway
• 5 minutes to the local train station (it is possible to take public transport to
Toulouse airport if required)
• 90 minutes to Toulouse airport
• 1 hour to Tarbes/Lourdes airport
• 10 minutes to Spain (large choice of restaurants and shops)
• 1 km to nearest large supermarket
• Post office, hairdresser, doctor, dentist, bakers, bars/restaurant all available in the village itself


In conclusion, a super opportunity to own this large home with main drainage, village gas, 4 bedrooms, 2 shower rooms, garden and courtyard, 2 balconies and a lovely large living area. Not to be missed.

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