A character stone house built within the original grounds of the Chateau de Laguepie

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See video Prestige €395000
6 1 1 222 sq m Laguepie Toulouse, 82 minutes, 103km.

The Propery is accessed via a narrow lane which winds up to the rear of the chateau. To the front of the house is a large enclosed courtyard secured by hign walls and wrought iron gates. To the rear of the house is a large,well tended garden which is contained on two sides by the chateau ramparts and towers.

The House

The house extends over four levels. It is of stone construction with a lauze roof. Heating is via electric radiators.

Lower Ground floor.

Entrance under the upper ground floor terrace. To the right there is. a large laundry area with tiled floor, sink area, plumbing for washing machine and hot water cylinder.  To the left, a storage room with shelving.  To the rear there are two rooms dating back hundreds of years.

Steps down to  a lower level with a huge vaulted room originally used to store the rainwater from the chateau.

A second vaulted room can be accessed by descending a stone staircase. Stone floor and window. Steps up to kitchen.

An external stone staircase leads up to a south facing covered terrace, 12.4m x 2.1m., with doors into entrance hall and dining room.

Upper ground floor.

Entrance hall, 9m2,  1920’s tiled floor and staircase up to first floor.Doors into kitchen and lounge, door to cloakroom, w.c. with wash basin.

Salon/lounge, 6.3m x 3.4m, 1920’s decorative tiled floor, triple aspect with glazed door to rear covered floor,walls partly panelled, floor to ceiling diagonal wooden cupboards to each corner, fireplace, storage radiator and electric radiator.

Kitchen, 4.2m x 2.5m,  1920’s tiled floor, fully fitted  with solid wood units, tiled work surfaces and splash backs, built in stainless stell oven, microwave, integrated dishwasher and integrated column fridge freezer. Porcelain sink. Door down to cellar.Door to dining room.

Dining room, 6.1m x3.4m, glazed doors onto rear terrace, chimney breast with old granite and wood mantle.Built in cupboard with electricity panels, Stairs to first floor.

First floor.

Originally two houses, the first floor is served by two staircases, one from the entrance hall, and one from the dining room.

Entrance Hall staircase .

Landing, stairwell is 8m x 4m,

Bathroom, 4m x 2m, tiled floor, electric towel rail, bath, pedestal wash basin, w.c.. Part-tiled. Walls, wooden floor.

Bedroom 1, 3.7m x 3.3m, double spect, wooden floor, radiator.

Bedroom 2/office, 4m x 2.6m, wooden floor, double aspect, electric radiator.

Landing, full height cupboard, 1.4m2.

Bathroom, 3m 2.3m, tiled floor, part tiled walls, shower cubicle, w.c. pedestal wash basin, electric towel radiator. Arched doorway with 2 steps down to landing 2,                          Landing 2,  3.8. x 2.4m, timber floor, door to second floor.

Bedroom 3, 3.7m x 3.6m, wooden floor, painted ceiling beams, radiator.

Stairs down to dining room.

Second floor.

Bedroom 4, 6m x 4.7m, wooden floor, velux window to mansarded ceiling  and standard window to the front.

Bedroom 5, 6.5m x 5.6m, a large room with sloping ceilings, double aspect plusfitted with 2 velux windows, corner wall hung sink unit. Separate w.c.

Built into bedroom 5 is an additional self-contained room, 11m2, with wash basin which could be used as  a bedroom.

Exterior.

To the front of the house is a large gated courtyard with parking space and trees.  The perimeter wall is the original rampart wall.  Running the full width of the front of the house is a roofed terrace offering a large shaded seating area.

Directly behind the house is a full width covered terrace which includes one of the rampart towers.

 

 

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