Pretty Stone Ensemble in an Exquisitely Beautiful Environment
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Department: Pyrénées-Atlantiques (64)
Commune: Asasp-Arros (64660)
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Advert Reference: FCH712
- Type: Residential (House)
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bath/ Shower Rooms: 3
- Habitable Size: 170 m²
- Land Size: 1,350 m²
- Year Built: 1817
- View: Mountain Foothills
- Orientation: South facing
- Property Condition: Very Good Condition
- Roof: Slate Tiled
- Terrace: Yes
- Garage: In Barn I
An early 19th Century "picture postcard" stone ensemble set in private grounds within its little village, surrounded by the stunning countryside of the Vallée d'Aspe and yet just a short distance from the market town of Oloron Sainte Marie.
This charming property is entered via a gated archway leading from the village lane into the terrace, gardens and covered entrance door. The ground floor of the main house provides a hallway leading to a shower room and WC, a modern, fitted kitchen and an open plan salon and dining room with feature fireplace and a recently installed wood-burning stove. Upstairs are four good size bedrooms, the master with its own dressing room and bathroom, plus another family bathroom and WC. The ground floor living room opens onto a south east facing dining terrace with summer kitchen, the perfect spot to enjoy outdoor dining during the long summer months, with the dramatic Pyrenees foothills framing the scene.
Parking for several vehicles is situated to the rear of the large stone barn, accessed via electronic gates. The beautiful stone barns provide plenty of storage space and potential for the creation of an independant appartment or gite.
The area is highly touristique and the village itself benefits from direct transport links, via train to Pau, Oloron Sainte Marie and the border of Spain, making it easily accessible as a holiday destination. A viewing to this exquisite ensemble is highly recommended!
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