Highlights :

* Extremely rare, excellent condition. Lock up and leave. Stunning views.

Pyrenean Retreat; weekend home, artist’s idyll. This mountain house with outbuildings sits on approximately 4 hectares of a small mountain promontary with stunning views of Pic du Cagire to the west and the surrounding mountain tops.
A much loved house and second home, for sale for the first time in 60 years. This property really needs to be seen to be fully appreciated.
Stone built with a slate roof, the house is very good condition, it was built in 1910 next to the ruins of the original farmhouse which was established in the early 1700’s.
The house itself has 3 bedrooms, salon, kitchen/dining room and a shower room. The rooms on the ground floor have lovely high ceilings – 2.55 to 2.8 m, the upper floor, with exposed main beams, is converted from the attic creating 2 lovely large bedrooms and a spacious landing which could be used as a study, guest sleeping or a snug/TV room.
Wooden or stone floors throughout.
Electric radiators and wood-burning stoves.
Mountain spring water.
Well insulated.
Outbuildings, including workshop/garage, 2 loose boxes and a stone barn to be restored – potential studio.
Wooden framed double glazed windows.
Heating, water heater, electricity can all be controlled and monitored remotely by telephone – perfect for warming up while en route.

Ground Floor
Entrance Hall 4.5m2 – stone floor, with staircase
Staircase with larder/store underneath
Kitchen/dining room 19.25m2, solid oak floor, woodturning stove.
Sitting room, 20.9m2, wood floor, woodburning stove.
Rear Hall, 2.15m2, leading to
Salle d’eau, 6.2m2
Chambre d’ami (ou chambre 3) 13.5m2, wood floor, window and glazed door to exterior.

Upper floor
Wooden flooring throughout, probably chestnut.
Landing room, 26.3m2 footprint /10.15m2 habitable. Could be used a study, games room, children’s dorm, snug/TV room.
2 dormer windows and 2 velux skylights.
Bedroom 1. 26.3m2 footprint/13m2 habitable gable window to the east plus velux skylight windows.
Bedroom 2. 26.6m2 footprint/10.4m2 habitable. Dormer window plus velux skylight.

Over 4 hectares of gravelled and grassy terraces, rocky look out points, pasture and woodland.
Sheltered outside dining/summer living, walled terrace created from the ruins of the original house with electricity and water, 32m2 footprint.
Garage/Atelier with electricity, water and windows. 37m2 footprint plus 22m2 upper floor storage.
Ecuries/Boxes x 2 18m2
West outhouse attached to main house used as garden store 2.75m2
East outhouse attached to house used as wood store and electricity cupboard 4.6m2 with 2.5m2 upper level storage.
Independent wood store 9m2
Set apart from the ‘homestead’ a second stone built barn of approximately 50 m2 with potential for a variety of uses.

Mandate Nº 1251. Our fees : http://www.maisonsetmanoirs.com/page/nos-engagements-fr_00024.htm This property is submitted to you by a sales representative.

Reference MM1251SB
City Portet-d’Aspet 31160
House type Old
Surface 101.00 sqm
Floorage 79 sqm
Livingroom 21 sqm
Plot size 45000 sqm
Rooms 5
Bedroom 3
Levels 2
Bathroom 1
Nb. WC 1 Independent
Year of construction 1910
General condition In good condition
View Wide
Exposition South
Heating Electric

Openings Wood, Double glazing
Sanitation Individual
Roofing ardoise

Property Features