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|Surface||225 M2*||Plot Size||700 M2|
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In good condition throughout, this stone-built, south-facing town house sits on a quiet road only one minute’s walk from the main square of a thriving village in the heart of Gascony. It has a terrace, a good-sized landscaped garden and off-street parking. In good condition throughout, there are seven bedrooms; one large master bathroom, a WC, and an attic still to convert. Read more ...
The house is bright and spacious (225 m2) There is double glazing on the ground and first floors.
Ground floor: An entrance hall (7.69 m2) with stylish and distinctive black and white tiling. To the right, this leads to an elegant living room (36.53 m2) and a large well-equipped kitchen (17.83 m2) that opens out onto an enclosed terrace ideal for outdoor dining and onward to the garden (700 m2) with iron gates to the rear allowing for convenient off street parking. There is also a storage room and WC with hand basin on the ground floor.
A beautiful carved wrought iron and marble floor staircase leads to the first floor where there are three 3 large bedrooms and a master bathroom (11.5m2). First floor bedrooms: Bedroom 1: 18.24 m2 Bedroom 2: 20.17 m2 Bedroom 3: 9.632 m2.
On the 2nd floor, there are a further 4 bedrooms: Bedroom 4: 19.68 m2 Bedroom 5: 19.72 m2 Bedroom 6: 14.18 m2 Bedroom 7: 9.76 m2
On the third floor there is an attic yet to be converted but this is insulated and the roof is in good condition.
1 hour and 30 minutes from Bordeaux-Mérignac airport.
1 hour 45 minutes from Toulouse-Blagnac airport.
There is a daily bus service between the village and Mont de Marsan Gare and Agen Gare with direct high-speed rail links to Paris, Marseille, Bordeaux and Toulouse (it takes one hour by bus to Agen or Mont de Marsan).
This vibrant village (one of the last to resist Julius Caesar during his conquest of Gaul) has a restaurant, a boulangerie/grocery store, charcuterie, post office, tabac, doctor, pharmacy and a primary school. A bus route allows older children to go to middle school in the surrounding villages of Mézin and Gabarret. Weekly open-air markets all year round and night markets in summer, which attract many tourists. There are also weekly open-air markets in Nérac and Mézin.
Outdoor swimming pools (in Mézin and Gabarret) are open from June to September. Thermal spa in Barbotan les Thermes from March to November and in Casteljaloux (35 minutes) all year round with access to an outdoor swimming pool heated to 37°.
Information about risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website : https://www.georisques.gouv.fr
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