An exceptionally high-grade restoration of a handsome run of stone buildings with separate space for family or guests in a pigeonnier tower. Stables with 5 spacious loose-boxes and 5 hectares of fenced paddocks within a 22-hectare estate
Village with local amenities 5kms. Auch 26kms. Toulouse Blagnac airport 102kms. Skiing 120kms. Atlantic beaches 160kms.
Set on an enchanting promontory, the buildings, approached by a rising, private drive, lie at the very centre of the land with un-spoilt views in all directions. The extensive restoration work within the ancient framework, encompassed raising the eaves line with a reinforced belt and rebuilding the roof incorporating a high level of insulation.
The spacious stables and outbuildings continue from the main residence in one continuous line affording great convenience. Beyond the paddocks, the arable land is managed by a local farmer on an annually renewable basis. A five-metre grass track running around the perimeter of the estate is ideal for walking or riding out.
22.5 hectares in all. Approached by a rising private driveway which leads to hard standing for guest vehicles. A wide border of stone chippings surrounds the buildings and gives onto areas of lawn. A paved terrace below a spreading oak provides a shaded sitting out spot overlooking a small valley. A pretty feature is a stone-built well and to the rear is a line of mature oak trees. Paddocks, fenced with electric tape and water laid on, account for some 5 hectares and the balance of the estate is managed by a local farmer on an annual basis and can be taken back in hand after each harvest. A five-metre grass track runs around the perimeter of the estate with the buildings sitting at the very centre.