€188,000 Mountain village house Le Mourtis
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- Ski Area
- Pyrenees - Haute Garonne
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- Le Mourtis
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agency fees included: 7 % TTC to be paid by the buyer (€175,000 without fees)
- Beds / Bath
- 3 / 2
- Land M2 / Hab M2
- 300 / 125
Beautiful village home situated in a lovely traditional village with views of the mountain. Renovated barn with a stunning one-bedroom spacious apartment/gite and garage. Garden, covered workshop/outside dining area and main drainage
- 10 minutes drive to ski resort
- Mountain views.
- Balcony, terrace or garden providing an area large enough for dining.
This well maintained and renovated house with a gite/apartment offering the potential for holiday-rental income is ideally positioned for all outdoor mountain activities including skiing, hiking, cycling, mountain-biking, fishing and rafting. The house was renovated in 2008 and the barn converted into the beautiful gite/apartment in 2013.
• 12-minute drive to Le Mourtis Ski Resort (8 km)
• 25-minute drive to Superbagneres Ski Resort (23 km)
• 48-minute drive to Peyragudes Ski Resort (38 km)
• Views of the surrounding mountains Located in the heart of a lovely typical Pyrenean village, this house and converted barn is ideal as a
• Main home with rental property to generate some income
• Holiday home for a family (or perhaps a group of friends)
• Or a combination of the two – the house could be a long-term rental and the gite a lock up and leave holiday home
The new double gate opens into the garden (100 m2) which benefits from sunshine for most of the day. There is a large shelter (16m2) which could be a super summer kitchen and dining area and/or games room already having water and electricity.
The house was renovated in 2008 and is accessible on the ground floor via the main entrance door from the lane or via the garden where steps up leading into the first floor living area.
The entrance door is facing the staircase up to the first floor and opens into the small hallway with radiator and a door into the contemporary bathroom (8 m2) with:
• floor and wall tiles
• double wash basin set in furniture
• bath with shower
• double glazed window
• large towel radiator
• extractor fan
To the rear of the bathroom a door opens into the spacious workshop and ski/outdoor equipment storage room (12.5 m2) with tiled floor, washing machine and hot water cylinder for the house.
The staircase from the ground floor opens into the living room (25 m2) with:
• patio door leading out on to a small terrace and the garden
• original wooden floor
• large fireplace with sliding glass front
• corner kitchen with original corner cupboard, fridge, dishwasher, extractor hood and hob
• window with view of the village and mountains
• electric radiator.
A door from the living room leads into the small office (3 m2) with double glazed window.
The staircase opens into a large bedroom (28 m2) with:
• window overlooking the village, church and mountains
• side double glazed window overlooking the garden
• trap with drop down staircase into the attic
• WC and wash basin
It is possible to divide this large room into two and have a separate bathroom and to add permanent stairs up to the attic. Attic The trap door provides access to the attic room (28 m2) with a bedroom on one side and an office on the other. The attic has original wooden ceiling beams, an electric radiator and 2 double glazed Velux windows making it very bright.
The first floor of the barn has been beautifully renovated to provide a spacious, contemporary apartment/gite.
From the garden you access the large garage/atelier (originally old stables) measuring 45 m2 with exposed stone walls, electric lighting, hot water cylinder for the accommodation above and a staircase to the first floor. First Floor The door opens into the large modern living room (35 m2) with:
• entrance hall/library with exposed beams and radiator
• lounge area with a radiator and large double-glazed window with external electric shutters
• dining area with radiator
• American kitchen with dishwasher, fridge, induction hob, new units and extractor hood
This beautiful living area has a central STUV wood burner with three different modes (open, closed or with a glass front) and which can turn to face the different zones in the room. Facing the entrance door is the:
• Separate WC (2 m2) with tiled walls, wooden floor and exposed beams
• Lovely shower room (4 m2) with tiled walls, wooden floor, 2 wash basins set in furniture, towel radiator, large Italian shower, exposed beams and double-glazed window
A staircase takes you up to the mezzanine (17 m2) that is divided into a bedroom and office and has:
• 2 double glazed Velux windows
• original wood beams
• heating also from the wood burner below
REGION In the immediate area, you have the following activities and amenities available to you:
• Downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing
• Walking and hiking trails at all levels
• Mountains and lakes
• Cycling (cross country and Tour de France mountain passes)
• Paragliding, rafting, hunting and fishing
• Spas (Luchon and Les in Spain)
• Shops, restaurants and historical sites
This lovely traditional village house with a separate apartment/gite has lots of potential either as an extended family home or a home with a permanent or holiday rental. The location is excellent, in the heart of all the activities and close to the little ski resort of Le Mourtis and the Val d’Aran in Spain.
Pyrenees - Haute Garonne Ski Area
The department of Haute-Garonne borders onto Spain in the south and forms part of the French Midi-Pyrénées region and is surrounded by the departments of Hautes-Pyrénées, Gers, Tarn-et-Garonne, Tarn, Aude, Ariège and the Val d’Aran in Spain.
The Garonne river rises from across from the Spanish border, descending for some 500km down through the Pyrénées mountains, via Toulouse into the Atlantic ocean at Bordeaux, leaving in its wake, beautiful lakes, powerful rapid waters and challenging peaks to explore.
In the summer, the region offers an amazing choice of activities including rafting, potholing, paragliding , climbing, golf, fishing, horse-riding, gliding, adventure parks, fabulous hikes, mountain bike and of course many Tour de France climbs for cyclists and bikers. Visitors are always amazed at the choice of activities, tourist attractions and friendly welcome on offer here right in the centre of the Pyrenees.
The proximity to Spain is a lovely extra little touch with the opportunity to experience two different cultures and sample the local tapas, sangria and rioja wine.
Toulouse is the main, international airport for the region, with daily flights to the UK and other European and long-haul destinations and Tarbes/Lourdes airport offers access in under an hour.
Motorway access to the villages is easy with routes from Bordeaux, Paris, Lyon and Marseille and you can also cruise overnight via ferry to Santander and Bilbao in Spain.
There is a choice of excellent ski resorts in the area catering for all abilities, including; Luchon Superbagneres (the second ski resort to open in France after Chamonix) with its excellent après-ski facilities. Imagine relaxing after a day’s skiing in the thermal spa, having a massage before enjoying a lovely meal with friends or even an English film at the little cinema in the centre of town! In 1854 Luchon received the title of "Queen of the Pyrenees" and it is easy to see why with its beautiful boulevard and impressive villas, spa, casino and mansions.
The resort of Le Mourtis is really geared towards families, looking for the facilities and activities that ensure their children are happy and entertained. Situated just 10km from St Beat, an historical Pyrenean village famous for its marble an just 5 minutes to the border of Spain.
If you’re a more advanced skier or snow-border, you will enjoy the resort of Peyragudes with its Vallee Blanche and fabulous snow record. You can drive to the resort or take advantage of the free bus from the centre of Luchon.
Bourg d’Oeuil is a charming small village nestling at the bottom of the Oueil valley and is the starting point for a variety of hiking trails. In Winter the village is a favourite for those looking to alpine ski and participate in snowshoeing.
And whilst here, why not sample skiing in Baqueira/Beret in Spain – a favourite with the Spanish Royal family.
Leggett have highly experienced Sales Agents who both live and work in the region and can provide you with invaluable advice and guidance to help you purchase your perfect property here in the heart of the beautiful Pyrenees mountains.
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Le Mourtis Ski Resort
Situated above Saint Beat, at the start of the Val d’Aran and only 1h 30 minutes from Toulouse, Le Mourtis is a family friendly ski resort. Located in the heart of a magnificent forest that is home to brown bears, deer and other small animals.
Le Mourtis has 23 km of pistes including 8 green, 5 blue, 5 red and 2 black runs ranging between 1380 m and 1816 m altitude. There are 13 lifts including 2 chair lifts and 2 rope tows, 2 ski schools (ESF and ESI) and a new snow park..
As a family friendly ski resort, children are well catered for at Le Mourtis. The nursery welcomes little ones and has a playroom, video and dormitory. Older children have their own club play space including 2 toboggan runs, 2 snow gardens, 4 lifts and the possibility of ski lessons.
In addition to downhill skiing, Le Mourtis also has 15 km of marked trails in the woods for cross-country skiing and 45 km of forest trails for snow shoeing . Mountain guides are available to take you on these trails if you wish. The resort also offers dog sleighing on a 5 km circuit.
At the foot of the slopes there are shops, restaurants, cafes, fitness area with a heated pool, jacuzzi, steam room and sauna.
Toulouse – 74 miles
Tarbes/Lourdes – 62 miles
Carcassonne – 124 miles
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