Utterly charming village house

Peyrusse-Grande, 32 – SOLD BY TAKA

Tranquil setting with superb views

This gem of a property has been lovingly restored to retain all of its original charm and character. The attention to detail cannot be overstated. The restoration began in 2006 and includes a new roof; completely restored facade; electrics; plumbing and drainage. Set in a picture postcard 16th century  medieval village with fabulous views from the house and garden. The lush green fields connect seamlessly with the Pyrenees beyond. The perfect pied a terre for those in search of tranquility and authenticity 

130 m²
329 m²
3 bedrooms




The Gers is located in the Midi-Pyrenees area, known for its gently rolling hills, vineyards, abundant farms, and numerous historic villages with monuments and churches dating from the Crusades era. This is one of the most rural and unspoiled regions of France. It is wine, armagnac, mushroom, and foie gras territory. Nearly every day there are outdoor food markets in many of the nearby villages.

Peyrusse Grande is located 30 minutes from Marciac, where an international jazz festival is held in August,  Toulouse and its international airport is 90 minutes away-The Pyrenees, Andora,  Bordeaux, Biarritz, and  Spain are all within easy driving distance.

Ground floor

Double oak doors open into the grand salon which has beamed ceiling and terracotta tiled floor. Original features include  exposed stone walls, ancient evier, and oak staircase.  A large fireplace is ideal for a wood burning stove, pellet burner or open fire. 

Also on the ground floor is a well designed kitchen, wet room with toilet shower and washbasin and a very good laundry / utility area, which was once an old forge. The very pretty garden is accessible form both the salon and the kitchen.

1st floor

On the first floor, there is a spacious landing leading to  two large double bedrooms, an artists studio / 3rd bedroom and a luxury bathroom with deep modern bath tub and Italian shower. High ceilings, stripped pine floors and  exposed stone walls to some areas maintain the character of the building. The space is exceptionally light for a property of this age. Particularly the studio, which has North light from the window and a velux roof light. Each first floor room is equipped with discrete and energy efficient electric radiators. 

Outside space

The south facing garden has a raised terrace for outdoor dining, which takes full advantage of the magnificent and uninterrupted views across the valley and the Pyrenees beyond. Steps lead down from the terrace to a lawned area which is enclosed with a variety of flowering shrubs and trees. 

The environment provides an exceptional and unique level of comfort and tranquility. This is a quiet village with no thoroughfare and no traffic. Ideal for a creative artist, writer, or anyone seeking a secluded and beautiful retreat.


Carried out in May 23.

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