A lot of charm for this stone and half-timbered village house located in the heart of a charming little village 10mn from Aurignac.
The house consists of an entrance hall leading on one side to an old-fashioned east-facing kitchen and on the other to a living/dining room with a wood-burning stove, south-facing, original floor tiles. There is also a bedroom (with en-suite shower room) opening onto a covered terrace for summer breakfasts.
On the first floor there is a large cosy room, open via a large glass roof, to an artist's studio, with a view of the Pyrenees from this room.
A spiral staircase leads you to the 2nd floor to a large attic room, now converted into a bedroom.
A corridor leads to a lovely children's bedroom, a bathroom with shower and bath and finally a large attic room with a loggia.
A storage area and a workshop are located downstairs in continuity with the house, right next to the garden.
Terraces have been laid out in the garden to create lovely living spaces in the summer months, with views over the hills. The land is fenced and has two accesses, one upstairs for pedestrians and one downstairs for vehicles.
Heating is provided by a wood-burning stove with distributor, reversible low-energy air/air conditioners and electric inertia convectors. Domestic hot water is provided by an electric water heater.
The roof is in order. The wooden joinery is double glazed.
The electrical installation is relatively recent.
The renovation dates from 2010 with a real commitment to preserve the old elements (floor tiles, woodwork, mud walls, earthenware from Martres Tolosane...) have been preserved to give the place a warm, authentic, country atmosphere but also atypical and modern.
10? from amenities,15? from motorway, 50? from Toulouse!
A must-see for lovers of atypical old houses!