Authentic Landaise property
in a tranquil location

Large plot of land, adapted for horses and swimming pool

Measurements are approximate, not to scale

  • Pontonx
  • Tartas
357 000
Frais d'agence inclus (5%) à la charge du vendeur

A general view of the property

This property is located close to the bustling town of Pontonx sur Adour and was built at the start of the 18th century in typical Landaise style. Pontonx sur Adour sits at a crossroads between the hills of La Chalosse and the forests of Les Landes.

This is a lively and active community which benefits from a number of shops and facilities, including: a cinema, a media library, a concert hall, supermarket, butcher’s, baker’s and a weekly market each Sunday morning. This is an area much loved by cyclists and walkers with its many pathways and cycle routes.

This property has no immediate neighbours, but is far from being isolated. Located a 15 minute drive from Dax Station, thanks to regular trains one can reach Paris in a mere 3h30 or Bordeaux in 1h. The closest beach is a 40 minute drive.

 The rural path that leads to the house is quiet, with very few passing cars. It’s an ideal location for anyone looking for a peaceful property close to a bustling town.

The 8600m2 of surrounding grounds are relatively steep, fully enclosed and boast many trees.

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Tell me about the house?

The house is approximately 120m2 (including part of the attic which has been refurbished) and includes a functional kitchen, a dining and living room with fireplace, three bedrooms including one en-suite, an office, bathroom, toilets and pantry.

The dining room and living room

This lovely room has enough space for a dining table, and its cosy living room corner benefits from an open fireplace. It is located at the front of the house, with garden views, and has kept the original features of this type of architecture: exposed beams and red floor tiles.

The kitchen

The kitchen is not very large, but it is functional and leads directly to the dining room.

The bedrooms

The first bedroom is ensuite and located just off the main room, whilst the other two share a bathroom and can be accessed via a corridor. In this section of the house the office and library can also be found.

The attic

Accessible via a steel staircase, the attic has been renovated into a sleeping and storage area in great condition.

The outside

The outside is lined with many oak trees and has been set up by the current owners to house their horses: enclosure, shelter, saddle room, shower area and paddock.

The house is located on the elevated part of the land, and its terrace sits close to the kitchen under the shade of a majestic oak tree, offering essential shade in the summer and beautiful views over the surrounding countryside.

The pool area to the side of the house is peaceful and private, far from any prying eyes.

    What we think at BLISS?

    This house is quite rare for the current market: a peaceful haven with no vis à vis. It is perfect for any horse owners looking for a medium-sized, traditional house.

    If the equestrian installations are of no interest, the building could be converted into a workshop or additional storage space. It could even be transformed into a summer kitchen as the building is equipped with running water and electricity.

    This house could also be considered a second home, as it is conveniently located in the heart of Les Landres: close enough to the sea, and in a beautiful, activity-packed region.

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    On a technical note

    • Chlorine pool with pool shelter
    • Aerothermal heating with cast iron radiators
    • Well pump which can supply the house if necessary
    • Septic tank
    • Wooden carpentry, no double glazing