Elegant Maison de Maitre and successful B & B
Handsome Maison de Maitre built in 1802
10x5 Swimming Pool
Lovely old barn provides a further 290 m2
Entrance hall with original marble floor
Sitting room with dual aspect windows and a feature marble fireplace
Useful utility room
First floor landing
23 m2 Pool house
Pool lit at night
Pool house - perfect spot to enjoy a sundowner
Warm enough to swim but still snow on the mountains
Navarrenx, a delightful well-preserved bastide overlooking the Gave d’Oloron
Sauveterre de Béarn
Salies de Béarn a spa town famous for it salt production
Boulevard des Pyrenees in Pau
Henry IV's chateau in Pau
The elegant resoirt of Biarritz
Bayonne famous for its ham and also chocolate
The beautiful mountains in summer
La Pierre St Martin is the nearest ski resort
A glorious sunrise seen from the house
Ground floor plan - please note not to scale
First floor plan - please note not to scale
Advert Reference: IFPC30361
For Sale By Owner (FSBO)For Sale Privately
|€522,000 is approximately:|
- Type: Residential (Country House, Maison de Maître, Village House, Mansion / Belle Demeure, Manoir / Manor House, House), Business (Bed & Breakfast), Detached
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bath/ Shower Rooms: 5
- Habitable Size: 320 m²
- Land Size: 4,198 m²
- Village location in Béarn region
- 4198 m2 of walled grounds
- Fully renovated 2015
- Easy access to three airports
- Swimming Pool and pool house
- Broadband Internet
- Central Heating
- Character / Period Features
- Covered Terrace(s)
- Double Glazing
- En-Suite Bathroom(s) / Shower room(s)
- Fireplace / Stove
- Mains Drainage
- Mains Electricity
- Mains Gas
- Mains Water
- Mountain View
- Off-Street Parking
- Pool House
- Renovated / Restored
- Renovation / Development Potential
- Rental / Gîte Potential
- Revenue Generating
- Swimming Pool
- Terrace(s) / Patio(s)
- Woodburner Stove(s)
South facing, the house which was built in 1802, has views across to the magnificent Pyrenees. It sits in walled grounds extending to 4198 m2, 1700 m2 of which to the rear is constructible. Its lovely old barn provides a further 290 m2
The property has double glazing and was extensively renovated in 2015, including a new roof, completely re-rendered and re-wired. It also benefits from a Town Gas central heating and is on the main drainage system. Broadband and internet cabling provides excellent internet access throughout the house.
The large house extends to 320 m2 . On the ground floor you will find an entrance hall, three reception rooms, a large kitchen with good size utility room and a shower room. A wide staircase takes you up to the second floor with four bedrooms each with its own en-suite bathroom, plus a useful ironing/store room.
There is a further 80 m2 of convertible attic space to provide additional accommodation if desired.
The house is currently being run as a successful B & B offering three en-suite rooms and with turnover increasing year on year. Should you wish to continue with this, everything you need from client list, to beds and bedding, crockery and cutlery is available by separate negotiation.
There is also plenty of scope to increase the business potential by increasing the accommodation.
Entrance hall (32 m2) with original marble floor
Sitting room (34 m2)has dual aspect windows and a feature marble fireplace
Dining room (30.6 m2) dual aspect and original marble fireplace
Snug (26.7 m2) with enormous original fireplace
Kitchen (23.8 m2) with a range cooker and plenty of storage, including an island with cupboards on both sides and display units
Utility Room (10 m2) With back door useful home for white goods such as fridges, freezer, washing machine, drier etc.
Shower Room/Cloak Room (7.5 m2) with loo, wash basin and shower.
Landing (13.5 m2)
Bedroom 1 (39.5 m2) including 5.8 m2 en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower, wash basin and toilet. Marble fireplace and views of the Pyrenees
Bedroom 2 (36.4 m2) including 4.3 m2 en-suite bathroom with bath, wash basin and toilet. Marble fireplace and looks out across walled garden
Bedroom 3 (26.5 m2) plus 6.6 m2 en-suite bathroom with bath, separate walk-in shower, wash basin and toilet
Bedroom 4 (24.8 m2) plus 9.8 m2 en-suite bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, wash basin and toilet. Dual aspect windows with views of the mountains and garden
Ironing/Store Room (5.13 m2)
Attic (80 m2) providing plenty of space for further accommodation if required
Swimming Pool (10 x 5 m) with Roman steps. With automatic system and safety compliant winter cover
Pool House (23 m2) Overlooking the pool it is the perfect spot to enjoy a G & T or a chilled glass of the local Jurançon wine.
Barn (290+ m2) Built in 1865 and so typical of the region. Plenty of garage/storage plus the possibility of converting some or all to provide extra accommodation
Easily accessible by air with three local airports approximately an hour away. Biarritz and Tarbes/Lourdes connecting to many European destinations. While Pau has several flights each day from Paris, both Charles de Gaule and Orly.
* Habitable space: 320 m2
* Reception rooms: 3
* Bedrooms: 4
* Bathrooms: 5
* Attic: 80 m2
* Double Glazing
* Central heating (gas)
* Mains water
* Mains drainage
* Town Gas
* South facing
* Grounds: 4198 m2 fully enclosed
* Swimming pool 10x5m
* Pool house
* Outbuilding: 290 m2
* Village location
* Bus route
The area is a delight all year round with the constant back drop of the magnificent Pyrenees. Saint Goin is a small village of around 200 inhabitants who have made us very welcome. Community spirit is strong and in addition to the annual Fête du Village, there many other functions bringing opportunities to catch up with old friends and make new ones.
There is a village shop which also serves as a useful Relais de Poste, together with a bar. The village is home to the valley’s Rugby Club and everyone is welcome at the bar on a Friday night as well as on match days.
There is also a useful bus service which runs through the village between Oloron Sainte-Marie and Mauleon.
An excellent and very popular small hotel restaurant is just a short walk away in the neighbouring village.
Out of the gate and turn left to Navarrenx, a delightful well-preserved bastide sitting above the Gave d’Oloron which also holds Plus Beaux Village status. It is home to many small shops, including two very good butchers. There are many fetes and festivals to enjoy throughout the year, including the annual Fête du Saumon each August to celebrate fish caught in the crystal clear rivers locally.
In the opposite direction is Oloron Sainte-Marie a bigger town whose floral displays each summer are simply gorgeous, plus the Christmas lights are a must see sight in winter. It has all the amenities you could require, from a range of supermarkets including a huge Leclerc to a very good hospital!
Further afield is the cosmopolitan city of Pau which is either a 45 minute trip in the car or a short train trip from Oloron Sainte-Marie.
The Atlantic coast with its elegant resorts and beautiful beaches are only just over an hour away as is the nearest ski resort.
With the Spanish border so close, there is of course the opportunity to visit another country for lunch. Up over the mountains to somewhere like Jaca with its huge choice of restaurants. Or alternatively to the coast and the little water taxis that cross the estuary from Hendaye in France to Hondarribia in Spain for tapas.
The area is easily accessible by air with three local airports approximately an hour away. Biarritz and Tarbes/Lourdes connecting to many European destinations. While Pau has several flights each day from Paris, both Charles de Gaule and Orly. The larger airports of Bordeaux and Toulouse are approximately 2 ½ hours away.
The excellent and comparatively quite road network including the A63 auto-route and the more recent A65 auto-route make for easy journeys south by car.
|€522,000 is approximately:|
For Sale By Owner (FSBO)For Sale Privately
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