No expense has been spared in renovating and updating the chateau, barn and grounds into an idyllic retreat suitable for a range of commercial purposes or a luxury domaine. There is potential to develop and personalise it further. The blond stone built chateau itself dates from 1845 and is set in a dominant position overlooking the valley and the Pyrenees. It is bright and airy and currently the internal partitioning has not been undertaken. It has approximately 900m2 of habitable space over 3 floors. It has a new roof, specialist double glazed windows, travertine flooring on the ground floor and oak flooring on the first floor. Of particular note is its stone staircase leading to the entrance of the chateau and an impressive wooden stair with ornate metal balustrade. There is water and electricity and a new septic tank. To the rear it overlooks formal gardens with extensive views. The Maison de Vignerons currently is a comfortable family home and offers 400m2 on 2 levels. The ground floor has been renovated providing 6 bedrooms, a dressing room, 3 bathrooms, a kitchen, a small office and a 60m2 living room. The attic has yet to be developed. The Maison de Cavaliers is set up as 9 luxury themed en suite bedrooms each 40 m2 including a seating area. There is also a spacious bedroomed apartment, 80m2. In the centre there is a large room with reception area, dining room/ sitting room leading on to a terrace, kitchen used to prepare breakfasts and toilets. The building is used for seasonal rent. The Bergerie or pool house is 100 m2 and has a summer lounge and kitchen opening on to a large terrace near the pool. There is another large space with potential to develop this into further accommodation perhaps for a caretaker. There is a beautiful shell shaped infinity swimming pool surrounded by terraces and shrubs with various secluded lounging areas. Close to the pool there is helipad. All this is set within 55 acres of varied land in the Gers region a short drive away from a bustling town with a wide range of facilities, shops and restaurants. There are approximately 20 acres of parkland and 35 acres of meadows and wood with paths and water features. Land has been set aside to create a vineyard. The location is perfect for those seeking a peaceful retreat with business opportunities. The area is vibrant with numerous festivals and cultural events during the year including the renowned Marciac jazz festival in August. Close by there is a motor racing circuit and small aerodrome which can accommodate twin engined planes. The beaches on the Atlantic coast and the Pyrenees ski resorts can easily be reached for a day trip. The motorway network is 20 minutes away and the TGV can be accessed at Pau. Pau airport is approx. 45 mins away and connects 3 times daily to Paris for onward worldwide connections.