Just a few minutes from the historic town of Oloron-Ste-Marie, this former water mill has been recently renovated and offers the bonus of a separate, but connected, apartment on the ground floor. This could suit either an extended family or someone working from home for use an an office. The large family living/dining room overlooks the stream that borders the property; the family sized kitchen connects through to the office/apartment. On the first floor, there are three generously sized bedrooms and a bathroom; the attic space is suitable for conversion into additional living space. The magnificent gardens of 3400 m² are very private with numerous mature trees and secluded places for relaxing.
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With offices in the centre of historic Pau and in the popular tourist town of Laruns at the foot of the Pyrenees, AGIR International is well placed to offer a range of charming character properties to suit all tastes and all budgets in Pau and its surrounding areas such as the picturesque Valley d’Ossau.
Whether you are looking for a property to buy or to sell, AGIR will work with you to ensure that you meet your objectives in a realistic and professional manner. Our years of experience and expert knowledge of the local area will help you to locate the property you are looking for, and our bi-lingual skills and ability to call on local experts will be there to assist you right through to completion. Similarly, if you are selling, we will be pleased to market your property to our extensive database of local and international buyers.
With the Pyrenéan chain forming a dramatic backdrop, Pau combines the good life with endless opportunities to discover a whole new lifestyle. The arts, music, local wineries, gastronomic food and breathtaking scenery are all at your fingertips in this thriving, cultural city. Situated in the heart of the Bearn with its varied and interesting historical background, being the birthplace of King Henry IV of France, it is an area steeped in history.
The Pyrénées Atlantiques, a department of outstanding natural beauty, is the most southerly department in Aquitaine between the Pyrénées Mountains and Spain to the south, the Atlantic Ocean on the west and Bordeaux to the north. It is the 5th largest wine region of France and is a paradise for skiers, cyclists, walkers, fishermen and holiday makers.
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