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House in Boutx , Haute-Garonne , Midi-Pyrénées (Occitanie)

€346,000 €340,000 £286,552**
Ref: A27221CMC31
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Traditional village house with renovated barn, additional land and exceptional south facing panoramic views

Carole MCGREGOR, your local Leggett agent, says :

Siret number: 809450927
Price €340 000
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Reduction from €346,000 to €340,000
Ref A27221CMC31
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Dept Haute-Garonne
Surface 185.67 M2* Plot Size 934 M2
Bathroom 4 Bedrooms 4
  • Village property
  • Hamlet property
  • Ski
  • House
  • Holiday Home
  • Country House
  • Family Home
  • Gite
Features Condition
  • Good condition
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Super opportunity to purchase this lovely, traditional 19th-century village house with original features and recently renovated barn. South-facing multi-level terraces and gardens plus additional land and woodland.

The views from the house and barn are amazing - so beautiful. The property benefits from sunshine all day on sunny days.

Situated in the small and peaceful mountain village of Ger de Boutx, the property is an ideal permanent or holiday home for anyone who loves the outdoors. A perfect haven for cycling, biking, walking and skiing. The Tour de France regularly passes by the village over the Col de Mente.

Excellent business opportunities near skiing: B&B, gite with exceptional panoramic mountain views.

Only 15 km from the market town of Aspet with a range of shops/services, bars, a restaurant, café, and an excellent outdoor market twice a week.


* 11-min drive to Le Mourtis Ski Resort (7 km)
* 43-min drive to the tele-cabin to Superbagneres (35 km) Read more ...

The drive towards the village is breath-taking and when you walk through the gates into the grounds, the views that stretch out in front of you are idyllic.

The property sits on 934 m2 of land including a terrace, vegetable garden, herb garden, fruit trees etc. For no extra cost the owners will include in the price additional land (up to 6 plots including some woodland, please ask me if you are interested).

You enter on to a gravel drive that can accommodate one vehicle. That drive leads into an opened part of the original barn which is currently used to store logs for the wood-burning stoves but could be easily converted into a covered parking area. There is also a large storage space above that can be accessed with a ladder.

Access to the main house is to the left and rear of the property, with its beautiful courtyard terraced area with a large pizza oven, an old stone animal trough, a pergola, and low stone walls, leading to many levels of south-facing land with panoramic views on the mountains.

To the right, you enter the area of the charming fully renovated barn with original chicken sheds, a big water tank, secure storage for bicycles, skis, and tools, and two large secluded gardens located on different levels and connected with stone steps and a wooden door. In the bottom garden, you can find a beautifully organized herb and vegetable garden. The top garden has mature cherry and apple trees, blueberries, raspberries, gooseberries, and redcurrants.

The property has been renovated yet retained many of the original features such as a wooden staircase and flooring, exposed beams, window and door frames, and stone walls. There are also fireplaces with mantels and an ornamental bread oven, which makes this place so unique.



The ground floor is divided into four areas:

• The new main entrance door opens into the hallway with concrete and wooden floor and a lovely original wooden staircase leading to the upper floors with a storage space underneath.
• To the left of the hallway, a wooden door opens into a living room with 2 double-glazed windows one facing the garden and view of the mountains and the other the driveway. There is an original wooden mantel fireplace with a wood-burning stove, an original wall cupboard with wooden doors, and an electric radiator.
• To the right of the hallway, a wooden door opens into a large traditional dining room with a wooden floor, 1 double-glazed window facing the garden, a wooden original mantel fireplace with a wood burning stove and a metal door that opened into the old bread oven now ornamental and opening into a small cupboard The room has exposed beams and 1 electric radiator.
• When you cross the dining room, a wooden door opens into a lovely spacious kitchen with 2 windows, quarry tiled floor, wooden work surfaces, cupboards and shelves, ceramic double sink, cooker extractor fan, plenty of space for a large fridge, a washing machine and a dishwasher, spotlights and 1 electric radiator.


The first floor is divided into two areas:

• To the left of the staircase is Bedroom One with original wooden floor, 2 double glazed windows, a beautiful corner with a window facing the mountain that could be perfect for a desk, a door leading to the en-suite bathroom with a large tiled shower, bath, original wooden floor, WC, 2 wash basins, 1 radiator, extractor fan and 2 double glazed windows, one with an extraordinary view on the mountains. This large bathroom has ample space for a dressing area and tumble dryer.
• To the right of the staircase is Bedroom Two with wooden floor, 2 double glazed windows, a beautiful original fireplace with a wooden mantel, 1 electric radiator, a door leading to the en-suite shower room with tiled floor, large tiled shower, WC, wash basin, heated towel rail, extractor fan and double glazed window facing the mountains


The attic has been converted into a large bedroom with a beautiful original wooden floor.

This room would make excellent single bed bunk accommodation or could be divided into two separate bedrooms.

There are original exposed wooden beams, 4 Velux windows, 2 reversible AC units, and an original wooden door opening into an en-suite shower room with carpeted floor, tiled shower, 2 double glazed windows, WC, wash basin, heated towel rail, beautiful original exposed beams, and plenty of space for storage.


The old barn has been completely renovated in 2018 and is currently used by the family as a place to relax and take in the extraordinary views.

It could very easily have a bedroom and kitchen added to become a gite to rent and generate income.


The ground floor is divided into 2 areas:

• A living room with large patio doors, wooden floor, 2 double glazed windows, original exposed stone walls and beams, 1 original fireplace with a wooden mantel, wooden bar with a sink, wooden staircase with storage underneath and a reversible AC unit.
• A shower room with wooden floor, a beautiful large tiled shower, wash basin, WC, De Dietrich hot water tank, 3 lightspots and extractor fan.


The first floor of the barn has a lot of character.

There are 2 original exposed stone walls and most of the barn beams are original.

This is a large open space that can be easily divided into one bedroom, an en-suite bathroom, a kitchen/living area.......and the cherry on the cake, is this 3 panel sliding patio door leading to a wide balcony with a stunning view of the mountains.

There are also 2 reversible ACs, 4 double-glazed windows with original frames on one side of the barn giving a lot of daylight.


The property sits on a plot of land measuring 934 m2 with a:

* terrace with bread/pizza oven
* vegetable garden and herb garden
* terraced garden areas with fruit trees
* driveway with parking for one car

In addition there are additional plots of land and woodland in in the surrounding area measuring a further 20,281 m2. They require no maintenance but could be used if you wish, one piece of land measures 9558 m2.


* Stone property
* Slate roof (house 8 years, gite 6 years)
* Views of the mountains and south facing
* Wood burning stoves
* Lovely kitchen updated 5 years ago.
* Double glazing
* Electrics renewed when renovated
* Built in 1878
* Reversible heat/air conditioning units throughout the house and barn
* Fosse septic added to service the barn and the house
* Plumbing renewed when renovated

DPE - HOUSE - E rated
DPE - GITE - D rated

Additional photographs are available on request and please do look at the 360 degree tours of each room and the exterior below.


The village of Ger de Boutx is close to all outdoor activities including:
• Downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and cross country skiing
• Walking and hiking trails at all levels
• Cycling (mountain biking and Tour de France climbs)
• Rivers and lakes to swim, fish, canoe and raft on
• Rock climbing
• Golf courses

Lovely places to visit such as Bagnères de Luchon (43 minutes), the “Queen of the Pyrenees”, where you will be spoilt for choice in terms of places to eat, things to do and places to relax, which is also a renowned spa resort with hot springs, spa and swimming pool.

There is the village of Aspet (20 minutes) with every shop and service you require and with bars and restaurants. There is a market twice a week.

And of course, you are within 1h15 minutes of The Val d’Aran in Spain which has lovely villages with tapas restaurants, bars and shops. You can also visit the pretty little village of Bossost and the new animal park where you can observe the different animals of the region in their natural habitat.

Toulouse International Airport and Tarbes-Lourdes airport are approximately 1h30 minutes from the village, the A64 motorway is 40 minutes and the train stations at Montrejeau, 50 minutes, and at Saint Gaudens, 40 minutes.

Information about risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website : https://www.georisques.gouv.fr


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