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Region: MIDI-PYRÉNÉES  Department: 32 Gers Town: Bezes-Bájon
Property Type: Property with Gites  Condition: In need of modernisation 
Rooms:  17   Bedrooms: 7 Bathroom Water Drainage Heating
Swimming Pool
Land:  4680 Sq Meters
Price :  €249,000 
Ref : FPS7579
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Price reduction! Pick up bargain! Successful Gite business. Fsbo. Fully renovated farmhouse (152 m2) and converted barn (218 m2), Midi-Pyrénées, Sw France. Located in a tiny hamlet, the barn is detached and the farmhouse is semi-detached on one side (one neighbour).

Privileged location in beauty spot, enjoys beautiful healing views of farmlands, forest, lake and mountains. The total property is 4,680 m2, including lawns, swimming pool, drive, porches, terrace, pergola, lawns and a large pond.

Perfect for those seeking income from long-term/holiday rentals, those requiring workshop space for projects/business, and those wishing to live with family but maintaining personal space. The farmhouse may be used as a 4-person and 6-person gîte (or one 8 person gîte), whilst the barn can be used as at least a 6-person if not 8-person gîte. A good strategy is to stay in the 4-person gîte during the summer to free the two 6-person gîtes. Approx €20K annual income potential. We can pass on a website and advice as regards best places to advertise.

-7 minutes’ drive from nearest village with shop (Saint-Blancard). Various leisure lakes in the area.
-Spain and the Pyrenees are about an hour and a quarter away.
-The nearest ski resort is Saint-Lary-Soulan, 1hr11min away.
-Airports of Toulouse or Lourdes about 1h15m.
-Bilbão port 3h50m.

Lazy rolling farmlands, lots of forests and leisure lakes. There's a farmers market for every day of the week in the Gers, and the summer is interspersed with various festivals. When there's not an official festival you can be sure the locals are inventing some excuse for festivities in the various communes. A local diet rich in duck, and foie-gras, and the folks of the Gers have the longest life-expectancy in France, there's a secret in there somewhere! People visit the Gers to relax, maybe be brave and go for a cycle, go horse-riding, or partake in some sort of water sport. A day-out might comprise a visit down to the Pyrenées, a visit across the border for some Spanish tapas or catching the tele-pherique to the pic de Midi.

For our website search for ‘auberrete brochure’.