PERIOD PROPERTY NEAR ST CLAR
Country House in Stone with Pool
PROPERTY REF: BLISS-158
Agency Fees included (5%)
Fees payable by vendor
This period property in stone sits on 2640m2 of land on a quiet country lane.
Tranquil, and far from the nearest road, the property is located in a small rural hamlet comprising a couple of houses and a farm.
The closest towns in the heart of Gascony’s “golden triangle” are: Fleurance, Saint Clar, or Lectoure, in an area which is popular both locally and internationally.
St Clar is the garlic capital of the Gers, so the residents of the property will find no shortage of fine produce for the farmhouse kitchen. Each year there is a garlic and melon festival, and local celebrations under the covered town-hall square, with singing and dancing and general festivities! This popular village offers an Intermarché supermarket, pizzeria, local restaurant, chemist, doctors, post office, bank, florist, and other independent shops.
This white-stone property has a pleasing façade and sits in an elevated position in the centre of its charming cottage gardens, without an overview from its neighbours. The lawns are carefully tended, and there are a variety of shrubs and bushes, with an ancient and impressive wisteria whose twines and frills bedeck the whole of the rear façade.
At a discreet distance from the property there is a swimming-pool, with wooden decking. The limits property tapers away to the rear and is bordered by a mass of trees and bushes, which ensure complete privacy and is an area of natural beauty, with a variety of birds, rabbits, hares, deer, all of which the current owners have been seen in the garden.
The property is currently used as a weekend and holiday retreat and has been much loved. It does not benefit from central heating and is currently heated with two wood-burning stoves. (A quote for full central-heating comes in at around 20 000 euros).
The property has a pleasing rural style, with plain white walls, and terracotta coloured floor tiles. The circular flow of rooms around the central hallway ensures that the property is flooded in light, as there are windows to all sides, and from each window views to the garden.
WHAT WE THINK
What we like here at Bliss
Karen : I like the open plan aspect of the downstairs reception room with its old medieval fireplace and the windows which allow the light in from all sides
The central stone fireplace is an attractive feature
The gardens are pretty but manageable.
I like the cosy cottage garden feel of the pathways and flower beds and the attractive white-stone facade
Things I might do if this were my property?
I would be tempted to add a woodchip burner downstairs as heat would circulate nicely in this property. It would be an economical addition to complement the woodburners for anyone out at work and unable to keep the fire going in winter.
I would make something more of the outside garden room currently used for storage. This would make a lovely workshop or atelier as light and facing the gardens. I would restore this and put a woodburner here to make a home-office.
PROPERTY REF: BLISS-158
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Tel : 05 62 28 59 32
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Opening Hours of our Lectoure Office
Tuesday to Friday: 9.00 am – 1.00 pm
and 2.00 pm - 6.00 pm
Saturday mornings: 10.00 am - 1.00 pm
Closed on Sundays and Mondays.
Viewings by prior appointment only.
Reg. Office: 54 Rue Nationale, 32700 Lectoure
License No. CPI 3201 2017 000 018 266
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Whilst every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information and dimensions listed, any information given, is only an approximation and no responsibility is taken for any error, omission or misrepresentation. These details are for guidance only. No guarantee is given on the surface area of the property here quoted as this has not been measured in accordance with La Loi Carrez. All details should be verified prior to purchase with both a legally qualified surveyor and French registered notaire.