Old stone building, complete with pigeonnier, situated in a tiny hamlet near the town of St Puy in the Gers. The house has been renovated into two separate dwellings one small one bedroom apartment all on the ground floor and a larger apartment next door, but it could easily become one big house again. The large outbuilding which is attached to the house gives huge scope for further renovation/improvement. You enter the larger of the two dwellings through a covered porch at the front of the house. The living space is a stunning 61m² and is light and airy with a modern and efficient wood burning stove. The mezzanine bureau/bedroom with limited headroom is accessed by the original staircase found in the house. On this side there is also a bedroom with en-suite shower facilites and garden access, Wc and storage space. From the garden you access the second dwelling. This comprises an open plan kitchen/living area, a Wc, and a bedroom also with an en-suite shower, and fitted cupboards. All work has been done in the last 6 years, though there is a certain amount of finishing off to be carried out. The house sits in 3200m² of garden, surrounded by organic fields and has a small pond and a large outbuilding which could be used as a garage. There are two close neighbours.
167 m² of habitable surface (1798 sqFt)
3261 m² of land (35101 sqFt)
2 shower rooms
1 parking space (in garage)
Equipped separate kitchen