Renovated House in Region of Toy
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Department: Hautes-Pyrénées (65)
Commune: Luz-Saint-Sauveur (65120)
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Advert Reference: AF25317
- Type: Residential (House)
- Bedrooms: 2
- Habitable Size: 100 m²
- Land Size: 300 m²
- Renovated / Restored
Located 5 minutes from Luz Saint Sauveur, in a small village of the region of Toy, this old house has been renovated with passion and talent. It has a living space of 100 m² and the ground floor is composed of a living room, an open-plan kitchen and a fireplace. The landing has a toilet and the first floor has a big bedroom with a bathroom. The second floor has a bathroom with a shower-room and a toilet. Heating is electric. The house also has an old barn that could be renovated. Small garden. A lovely property with very beautiful and sunny views of the mountains.
Nestled in a small mountain village, this detached house is not overlooked. Its 100 m² has been restored with passion and talent. The ground floor has a living room, an open-plan kitchen and a fireplace. There is a toilet on the landing. The first floor has a big bedroom with a bathroom. The second floor has a bedroom with a shower-room and toilet. Heating is electric. There is also a barn that could be renovated. A small garden. Truly beautiful and sunny views of the mountains. A quiet spot near all conveniences and ski stations in the valley of the Toy region.
Located 5 minutes from Luz Saint Sauveur; 25 min from the ski stations Baréges La Mongie and Luz Ardiden; 35 min from Gavarnie; 35 min from Argelès Gazost.
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