Bearnaise Town House with Independent Guest Annex and Courtyard Garden
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Department: Pyrénées-Atlantiques (64)
Commune: Navarrenx (64190)
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Advert Reference: FCH862
- Type: Residential (Town House, House), Terraced
- Bedrooms: 8
- Bath/ Shower Rooms: 3
- Habitable Size: 235 m²
- Land Size: 320 m²
- Year Built: 19th Century
- View: Town and Garden
- Orientation: South / West facing
- Property Condition: Good Condition
- Roof: Tiled
- Terrace: Yes
- Character / Period Features
- Gîte Potential
- Gîtes / Annexes
A deceptively spacious 6 bedroom stone town house with independent 2 bedroom guest annex, in a quiet bystreet of the tourist town of Navarrenx, voted one of France's prettiest villages.
The attractive stone facade of this seemingly quaint town house belies the cavernous space within! The entrance leads through to a well proportioned ground floor living space, including a sitting room, kitchen open to the dining room, a utility room, cloakroom and WC. Over the two upper floors you will find six double bedrooms, a bathroom, WC and a shower room with toilet. A shady courtyard garden provides the perfect spot for summer dining or the evening aperitif out of the sweltering heat.
Quite conveniently, the garden has a gated entrance from the lane to the rear, so that the attached, separate guest annex can also be accessed entirely independently. The annex offers a sitting room, kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom over three floors and can be holiday rented or provide additional accommodation for guests.
Navarrenx is a 14th century bastide town, attracting tourists all year round. It is also a landmark town along the Camino de Santiago, its streets lined with the familiar scallop shell. Situated one hour from the atlantic coast around Biarritz and one hour from the ski stations of the Pyrenees Atlantic region, the location is perfect for holidays throughout the seasons. Biarritz, Pau and Lourdes airports are just an hour's drive, Bordeaux and Toulouse airports, 2 hours.