- B&B – four guest rooms and suites
- Gite – meets all disability norms
- Geo-thermal heating
- Market Garden – to be exploited … or not
- Fields for horses or llamas
- Camper Van halt
- Numerous barns and out-houses
- Price: €520,000 (includes 3% agency commission) – ref n° 317
Moissac is an important ecclesiastical centre on the Camino – the Pilgrims Footpath leading to Santiago de Compostela. It is also at the confluence of two great rivers, the Tarn and the Garonne, which have covered the valleys in rich alluvial soil over the millennia.
This property combines a number of features unique to this specific location: B&B rooms, a self-contained gite, a market-gardening business and enough land to keep horses or other animals.
It is being sold, however, as a B&B + gite business: buyers may decide to continue the market gardening aspect as is … or use the land for other purposes. No pesticides or other toxic chemicals have been used on the land for the past ten years so a simple permaculture operation would suit. The soil is of excellent quality and there is abundant water.
Indeed, water is so accessible that the current owners have harnessed ground-water in a sophisticated geo-thermal system which heats the farmhouse, B&B and gite … as well as irrigating their entire production of fruit and vegetables.
The business is based on a traditional Garonne Valley farmhouse built in local pink brick. The owners live in one wing and the other is divided between the B&B with its 4 en-suite rooms and the gite. There are a number of farm buildings: barns and hangars for storage and tractors. The pool is in a secluded spot away from the house, as is the Camper Van Halt with its water and electricity supply. The whole set-up has been meticulously renovated and – more importantly – maintained to a high standard: electrics, plumbing and heating especially.
This business has something for everyone: both B&B rooms and a gite, which is unusual. The owners even do an evening meal – une table d’hôte – using fresh products from the farm. And then there is the land with its fertile soil and unlimited access to water. Another gite could be made out of the smaller barn. Part of the main house has been earmarked for creating a vast meeting-room for group activities. In short: there is a lot of potential in addition to the existing, successful, business. It’s well worth a visit.
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