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Two-storey villa with mountain views in Vic-en-Bigorre, Hautes-Pyrenees, Occitania, France

265,000 €
  • Total area
    240 m²
  • Land area
    1,300 m²
  • Bedrooms
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  • Total rooms: 10
  • 2-floor building
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Internet
  • TV
  • Golf course
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • Mountain view

Located 20 minutes north of Tarbes, this lovely detached home has a living space of more than 240 m² and is composed of 5 bedrooms, a study, a lounge, a kitchen-cum-dining room, a cellar, a storeroom and a bathroom, with a nice tree-filled garden measuring 1300 m². The property is very well kept and very bright.

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The front door opens onto an entrance hall, to the right is a 17 m² fully-fitted kitchen, to the left is a 47 m² lounge, a coridor leads to a 10.5 m² study, a toilet and a 13.75 m² bedroom, with a shower and washbasin. A hallway (with lots of cupboard space) leads to a 10 m² bathroom, a toilet and a 10 m² bedroom, as well as to a 14 m² bedroom. The lovely 16 m² terrace can be reached from both the kitchen and the lounge. An oak staircase is in the lounge and it leads to the tower, which is used as an office 16.5 m². To the right is a 24 m² room that is used as a playroom. To the left is a room 21 m² and is currently used as a dressing, but could be converted into a bathroom. There is also additional storage space under the slope of the roof. The laundry is connected to an adjoining double garage 34.5 m², with a 7 m² storeroom. The basement is composed of a 13 m² storage area, a 5.7 m² wine cellar and a second playroom 10 m².


The roof has tiles from Burgundy. The construction is traditional. The heating is oil-fired, in addition to an insert with a heat recuperation unit. The joinery is PVC and double-glazed.

Location and nearby infrastructure

Located 25 minutes from the motorway; 20 minutes from Tarbes, its high-speed train station (TGV) and a golf course; 40 minutes from Lourdes and 1 hour from Pau. All shops are 5 minutes away.

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