Old stone home with a spacious modern pigeon tower: a beautiful home in the Mail valley
South of the medieval village of Pujols, a private road climbs gently up through the walnut trees and leads you to a beautiful XVIII century home.
More than three hundred metres away from a little-traveled lane, it’s peaceful and quiet.
The house itself first strikes you by its light-colored stone structure and by its classical shape. Yet it has some secrets that set it apart from other renovated homes. The inside structures were totally rebuilt, with the concrete floors now ensuring acoustic insulation: no creaky upstairs floors.
On the ground floor, there is a living room with a closed fireplace, an equipped kitchen, a wc and a cellar.
Upstairs, there are four bedrooms, a bathroom and a wc.
The pigeon tower, emblematic of this part of the southwest, is actually a modern construction made of cinderblocks and also has concrete floors, and is ready to have the electricity and sheetrock installed to make it habitable.
There is a 120m2 hangar right beside the house, and an additional 300m2 hangar higher up behind the house.
Situated on 12 Ha of uninterrupted land including 2ha of walnut trees in full production, and 7 Ha of prairie.
- Property type
- Special class
- Equestrian - horses
- Extra info
- Grounds 10-20 HA
- Total living area
- 160 m²
- Plot size
- 124,763 m²
- All bathrooms