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Beautiful 5 bedroom Manor House for sale in Miradoux, Midi-Pyrenees

1,000,000 EUR
860,000 GBP 1,070,000 USD
Superb and spacious 'Maison de Maitre' set in 4 acres in a lovely setting close to a small medieval village on the border between the Gers and Tarn et Garonne.

The very nicely presented character property comes with around 450 m2 of living space. The residence is approached via automatic wrought iron gates, to a parking area shaded by hundred-year-old cedar trees. The house is hidden behind a low stone wall with wrought iron railings, shrubs and flowers. A real paradise for garden lovers and enthusiasts.

This beautiful 19th century building, in perfect condition and extremely well maintained, comprises a majestic run through entrance hall (East and West facing). A fitted kitchen with glass doors opening onto a north-facing terrace of around 20 m2. A dining room (which communicates directly with the kitchen), a living room and a magnificent wrought iron, air-conditioned conservatory of approximately 20 m2.
On the same level is a study/library as well as the master suite with en-suite shower room (38 m2 in total).

The first floor comprises a vast landing with openings on both East and West facades ( 47 m2) giving access to 3 beautiful bedrooms of around 33, 30 and 27 m2, all with en suite bathrooms or shower rooms. One of the bedrooms also has a dressing room. There is a fourth bedroom on this level, as well as a wc.
There is also a room of approximately 12 m2, currently used as a utility room, that was once as a chapel at the time of construction.

Large attic.

Cellars and workshop on the lower ground level as well as the boiler room (Viessmann oil-fired boiler).

Outside, there is a 2 storey stone outbuilding with 3 rooms measuring 55, 38 and 13 m2. It is currently used as a garage, garden workshop, etc.

The exterior, like the house, is perfectly presented with a variety of trees, rose bushes etc. , including a small oak grove.


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