Idyllic setting down a long lane with spectacular views., Gers, Occitanie
A twin evolution staircase with a wrought iron guard rail leads up to the main entrance at the front of the Chateau. A wide hall leads back to a tiled staircase and opens out onto a large living space (38m²), currently used as a billiard room. There is a formal sitting room (25m²) to the right of the entrance hall with a stone fireplace and tall windows on two sides. A small circular room leads off into the corner turret.
The billiard room (38m²) features tall windows on two sides which provide generous lighting and open onto the exceptional panorama. The second turret is accessed from the corner.
A utility kitchen/laundry (14m²) lies to the rear of the house and stairs lead down from here to a cellar which features a substantial wine cellar (15m²) providing stable temperatures for storage.
Double oak doors lead through to the summer living room (94m²) with panoramic windows opening out on three sides with dramatic effect. Pale strip wood floors provide an elegant and warm feel to this spectacular room.
This space is split into a living and dining area on a split level.
Doors open onto the kitchen area (34m²) with a free-standing Lacanche stove. A pantry lies to the rear. Stairs lead to a breakfast room on a raised level.
The kitchen (34m²) opens out onto a decked terrace to the rear.
Stairs from the summer living room provide access to 4 bedrooms (10,4m²; 10,4²m; 12,2m² and 21m²) two with bathrooms (2,7m² and 3,8m²) and two with en-suite shower rooms (4,5m² and 5m²), as well as a walk in linen room.
The primary staircase at the rear of the entrance hall leads up to a WC on the half landing, 2 further guest bedrooms (10,2m² and 11,5m²); a bathroom (3,5m²), linen room (5m²) and the main bedroom suite (28m²). The main bedroom features exposed timbers and benefits from a mosaic-tiled walk-in shower room in the turret (3,5m²). A large well-appointed en-suite bathroom (12m²) leads off to the rear.
The basements also includes a boiler room, a storage room and all the pool equipment.
The private grounds of 7118m² are well landscaped and house a summer house/studio with a conference room (42m²), kitchen (5,4m²), shower room and sauna (13m²) and a large garage/workshop (75m²) below. A large pool (6X12) is set off to the side of the Chateau and is flanked by a covered terrace with its own barbecue area/summer kitchen and attached terrace. This area provides a haven for entertaining and with the views that can be enjoyed from here the guest experience should be memorable.
An unusual property set in the perfect location, high on a ridge with panoramic views of the Pyrenees and yet within walking distance of Marciac. Tarbes 30 mins Toulouse 1h 45 Skiing 1h30
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