Reception Rooms: 4
Land: 260 ha
The main house was constructed in limestone on a promontory, between the XIIIth and XVIIIth centuries, and later flanked by the two watchtowers. It has stunning views of the Pyrenees, and overlooks the river to the south which meanders for 3kms through the property's land. Over three floors of 280m2 each:
Ground floor :
Entrance hall 30 m2, original terracotta tiling
Large living room, 34 m 2, terracotta tiled floor, exposed stone walls,
Dining room, 2I m2, terracotta tiled floor
Small living room, 20 m2, fireplace
South entrance, 6m2
Office, tiled floor, fireplace, cupboard
North entrance 10m²
Oak fitted/ equipped kitchen 20m ²
Small kitchen 7,50m²
Shower room with shower, washbasin
Garage/boiler room 34m²
1st floor :
Landing 30m ² parquet floor
Bedroom 20m ² fireplace shower room 6m ²
Bedroom 21m², fireplace, bathroom jacuzzi
Bedroom 20m ², fireplace, bathroom WC 8m ²
Bedroom 20m ² bathroom 3m ²
Dressing room 13m ², room to convert 36m ² and loft
2nd Floor :
Landing 35m ² parquet flooring
Bedroom 23m² fireplace
Room to convert 25m ²
Attic 64m2 and 11m2
Oil-fired central heating, double glazing, individual sewerage
Next to the maison de Maitre is an XVIIIth century building containing two renovated houses currently occupied by the very knowledgeable caretaker, and the other rented out.
Two separate smallholdings beyond the main site and both very private, with housing and barns, one with roman vestiges, this one in need of renovation.
The first one could be sold along with the main property or separately.
1500m2 include a wine producing chai , a barn etc
Cereal,corn and oil production planting is over 190 hectares and irrigated by the river bordering the property.
The vines are distributed between separate sites, each being suited to the creating the aromatic quality of the wine and eau de vie.
Forestry 25m2 comprises aligned plantation of poplars and walnut trees in the river's vales.
A lively village is just 5km away.
Exciting agricultural and wine project not to be missed.