€380,000 House Nistos
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- Pyrenees - Haute Garonne
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agency fees included: 3 % TTC to be paid by the buyer (€368,000 without fees)
- Beds / Bath
- 4 / 3
- Land M2 / Hab M2
- 7371 / 192
A rare opportunity to purchase this 19th Century, restored former mill, on the edge of the Garonne River set in 7371 m2 of grounds. Just 1 hour from Toulouse and less than an hour to the local ski resorts. Lots of potential to expand the accommodation.
- 45 minutes drive to ski resort
- Open fireplace.
- Outstanding 180+ views.
- Open parking belonging to the property.
- Golf course within 1 hour.
- Walking distance to restaurant.
- Walking distance to bar.
- Balcony, terrace or garden providing an area large enough for dining.
This beautiful former mill would make a superb home, bed and breakfast, holiday and rental property or could easily be made into an activity and accommodation business. Located in private grounds on the edge of the Garonne river yet close to supermarkets, train station, the motorway, ski resorts, larger towns with shops/services and under 45 minutes to the Val d’Aran in Spain with a wide choice of restaurants and tapas bars. You are within easy reach of all the activities the Pyrenees mountain has on offer.
SKI INFORMATION • Just 20km and 30 minutes to the cross-country ski resort and snow shoe resort of Nistos • 34 km and 40 minutes to the Ski Resort Le Mourtis • 37 km and 42 minutes to the Ski Resort Superbagneres (Bagneres de Luchon).
As you drive down the lane towards this stunning property, you will instantly be impressed by the peaceful setting, the garden and the views of the Garonne River. The garden is enclosed with shrubs/hedges, fencing and the river itself. GROUND FLOOR On entering the gate, there is a terrace and garden to the right. To the left there is a little wood store, parking, and a large garden with an outbuilding currently used to store wood and garden equipment/furniture. The beautiful Garonne river runs peacefully down past the house. The level is controlled by EDF and would make a perfect setting for a canoe enterprise or, just like the owner for relaxing in your own little boat. To the rear of the property is a terrace overlooking the river and more garden stretching to the right where there are trees giving more privacy, especially in Summer. On entering the property through the double doors, you find yourself in the tiled entrance hall (19 m2) with exposed stone walls and a piece of the original mill machinery on display. The hallway has an original wooden door that leads into a storage room, ideal for outdoor equipment, shoes, clothing but spacious enough for cupboards and furniture if required. A door from this area leads into the huge garage/workshop area with high ceilings and sufficient space for 4 vehicles (approx. 80 m2). As well as a door at the front of the property, the garage also has a back door leading out on to the rear terrace. An opening at the front of the garage leads into the Summer kitchen (17 m2. This fully equipped area is used by the owners during the hot summer months when they stay in the guest studio on the ground floor. To the side of the kitchen is a small shower room (shower, WC, wash basin and plumbing for a washing machine. Back to the little storage room, a 3rd door opens into the guest studio (38 m2) which is used in Summer as there is no heating – a perfect cool place to relax on those hot Summer days. This open plan room currently has a bedroom, lounge and dining area. The windows afford beautiful views of the river, there is an exposed stone wall and tiled floor. A door leads into a contemporary shower room with shower cubicle, wash basin set in a unit and WC, exposed stone wall and spot lights in the ceiling. Patio doors from the studio lead out on to the rear terrace. The entrance hall also has stairs leading up to the first-floor principal accommodation. FIRST FLOOR At the top of the stairs there is a large landing/hallway with sufficient space for a comfortable sofa. Double glazed sliding doors lead into the main accommodation of the mill. This floor has central heating and fireplaces making it extremely cosy and comfortable in Winter. The patio doors lead into the main living room measuring 55 m2. This beautiful room has • Exposed stone walls • Views of the river • Wooden floor • Fireplace and beautiful open fire • Electric ceiling fan – to cool the room on hot summer days but equally to push the head back into the room as it rises in Winter • Double glazed windows • Spacious lounge and dining area At the rear of the living room a glass door takes you into the long corridor where you will find • Store room currently used for outdoor clothing, shoes etc • Bedroom 1 with built-in wardrobe/cupboards and a view of the river • Bedroom 2 has a wooden floor • Bedroom 3, currently used as an office with exposed stone wall and wooden floor • Lovely ‘boat’ themed bathroom (10 m2) with large bath, 2 wash basins set in furniture, shower cubicle, exposed stone walls, wooden beamed ceiling and views of the river • Separate WC with a wash basin • Kitchen and large pantry/storage area The bedrooms measure 18 m2, 15 m2 and 11 m2. KITCHEN This fully equipped contemporary kitchen (15 m2) has maintained many of the original features of the mill with beautiful exposed stone walls, beamed ceiling, wooden floor and fireplace with an open fire. Space for a small dining table makes it a perfect place for breakfast. A door leads into the large walk-in pantry and storage room. This room has a second door that leads back out to the hallway and staircase. ATTIC The original staircase leads up to the 200 m2 attic. This space can be converted into an apartment or additional accommodation and is fully insulated with exposed beams. The owner has already divided an area making a small room that is used as an office.
EXTERIOR The enclosed garden is large and wraps around the property with access to the Garonne River. There are trees, shrubs, flowers, 2 terraces and parking space. There is a little wood store close to the house and a large outbuilding (43 m2) currently used to store additional wood and garden equipment.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION There is oil fired central heating with a ‘pompe chaleur’ and an electric ‘cumulus’ 300 l for water. The roof is in good condition and the mill has a fosse septique. The principal floor has new window frames and double glazing.
REGION The following attractions/activities are close to the house: • Downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and cross country skiing • Walking and hiking trails at all levels • Mountains and lakes • Cycling (mountain biking and Tour de France climbs) • Paragliding, rafting and fishing • A renowned spa resort in Bagneres de Luchon with sulphurous hot springs, spa and swimming pool • Shops, cinema, restaurants and historical sites • Spanish border just 30 minutes away where you can enjoy tapas for lunch • St Bertrand de Comminges with its famous cathedral If you are looking for a property in France that oozes character, perhaps has the potential to expand and use as a business (bed and breakfast perhaps or canoe centre) or you just want a beautiful family home, this mill will not disappoint. Extra photographs are available on request.
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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Nistos Ski Resort
Situated close to Valcabrere and St Bertrand de Comminge, Nistos is known as the “Domain of the Gods” and is a magnificent cross-country skiing area at an altitude of between 1600 and 1800 metres.
The resort offers 8 cross country and skating routes and 50 km of trails for snow shoeing (1 green, 2 blue, 4 red and 1 black). The circuits are named as follows: Erge (3km), Sylvain (5km), Cybele (7.5km), Abelio (9km), Belisiama (10km), Ageion (2km), Arixo (6km) and Fagus (with black trails).
Whether you are on foot, using snowshoes or cross-country skiing, Nistos is ideal for those who like hiking. It offers classic skiing and ice-skating, snowshoe tours, sledding and activities for children.
Toulouse – 87 miles
Tarbes/Lourdes – 50 miles
Carcassonne – 136 miles
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