19th Century – Saint Gaudens, France

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Posted August 2018. This home has been archived on OHD. The sold status is unknown.
Added to OHD on 8/31/18   -   Last OHD Update: 12/24/18   -   34 Comments
Saint Gaudens, France

Price

€375,000
$435,067 USD

Beds

8

Baths

2

SqFt

4445

Acres

3.95

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FOR SALE - IMPOSING 19th CENTURY MANOR - HAUTE GARONNE

This stately manor of 413m² of living space, with 13 main rooms including 6 bedrooms is located on a hill overlooking the town. It sits on approximately 1,6 hectare including a tennis court and century old trees. On the second floor is an independent apartment. There is an elevator which services all floors including the basement.
Last Active Agent
Terence Alldritt, Groupe Immobilier Mercure France
+33 666 792 653
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34 Comments on 19th Century – Saint Gaudens, France

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  1. AvatarRobinjn says: 219 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1978 Split level
    Columbia, MO

    Oh my goodness, this looks like something out of a fairy tale! I sure wish there were more rooms to see. What little they show is magical! I expect that fireplace to start talking to me in a Disney voice at any moment.

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    • TGrantTGrant says: 528 comments
      OHD Supporter

      New Orleans, LA

      I couldn’t have put it better myself.

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    • AvatarZann says: 502 comments

      That is so perfectly worded. It does look like something from Cinderella.

      Side note – I was reading too fast, and I thought your post said “… start talking in my Disney voice” and I was going to ask “Oh, you have one of those, too?” I was kind of disappointed when I realized I’d read it very wrong. (It’s the fault of Giselle from Enchanted. I would say it’s because my niece and nephew loved it when they were younger, but frankly I had to already be talking like that in order for them to hear it and enjoy it in the first place.)

      So anyway……. I could use my Disney voice and live happily ever after here. There is something about Europe. Their 19th Century homes make ours look like salt boxes. America hasn’t been around long enough to have that dusting of glamour that France learned with age.

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      • AvatarRobinjn says: 219 comments
        OHD Supporter

        1978 Split level
        Columbia, MO

        I have a “silly-talk to dogs like they can understand every word” voice. Does that count?

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  2. AvatarL Adams says: 64 comments

    There are lots of houses here that make me feel this way, but this one in particular makes me want to scream *show me the attic!!!!*

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    • AvatarRobinjn says: 219 comments
      OHD Supporter

      1978 Split level
      Columbia, MO

      And the bathrooms. I may or may not have a teeny, tiny, bathroom fetish.

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      • JimHJimH says: 4023 comments
        OHD Supporter

        It’s a pretty harmless fetish really unless it gets into vitrolite, ribcage showers and other exotic stuff, which can get expensive!

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        • AvatarRobinjn says: 219 comments
          OHD Supporter

          1978 Split level
          Columbia, MO

          Oh but it DOES, my dear. It so does.

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        • AvatarL Adams says: 64 comments

          I had never heard of either of those, but wow! Amazing! I learn new names for architectural styles and elements here all the time.

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        • Michael MackinMichael Mackin says: 1224 comments

          Jim, you do realize your talking to a group of people who a lot of them are into those wonderful and, yes, expensive bathroom features, myself included!

          The manor is so picturesque!

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        • Miss-Apple37Miss-Apple37 says: 776 comments
          1875 Limestone house
          Loire Valley, France,

          I don’t think ribcage showers ever existed in France. I learnt about them here on OHD. And i’d say that French bathrooms are often deceptive regarding what was made in the victorian era in the USA. They came super late here, so they’re either outdated 1950 style or more recent (90s-now)

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      • AvatarMichelle says: 3 comments

        I’m not seeing any bathroom pics! What am I missing?

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        • TXJewelTXJewel says: 277 comments
          OHD Supporter

          1920 Thurber Brick 4 Square
          Strawn, TX

          No bath pics. They were just lamenting that fact.

    • AvatarAdrienne Green says: 1 comments

      And I always scream show me the turret !

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  3. AvatarDoreen says: 220 comments

    That one side shot looks like the house is really REALLY sad, doesn’t it?

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  4. SueSue says: 272 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1802 Cape
    ME

    Definitely a fairy tale house. I don’t think it’s sad, just quietly waiting for it’s new family.

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  5. AvatarElaine says: 9 comments

    OMG! This place is beautiful. I would really enjoy seeing more interior photos. Places like this I just cant get enough of looking inside

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    • Kimberly62Kimberly62 says: 392 comments
      OHD Supporter

      1980 board & batten modern

      I really want to see more of the inside, why show only a portion when selling an entire building?

      • AvatarElaine says: 9 comments

        That’s Like a realtor showing you a house and saying I’m only going to show you part of the house

      • Miss-Apple37Miss-Apple37 says: 776 comments
        1875 Limestone house
        Loire Valley, France,

        There are never lots of pics on French listings, surely never as many as on the US listings, where you feel like you’ve already seen the whole house without visiting it. They want to offer a teaser, not a full virtual visit. When we bought our house (sold by owner, not by an agent), there was only one picture of the inside!!

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  6. AvatarCarolyn E. says: 74 comments

    If you all could help me move there, I guarantee I could make it smile!!! 🤗

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  7. Avatartim hildebrandt says: 39 comments

    sounds like we all like French real estate! Me too!

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  8. AvatarElizabeth Hart says: 11 comments

    Maybe if we all chipped in we could set up an Old House Commune and tour the great homes of Europe from this base.

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  9. Avatargypsycris says: 5 comments

    I’m in LOVE.

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  10. AvatarAmieBack says: 48 comments

    Number one on my bucket list once we retire is a roadtrip between Toulouse and Barcelona. I’m ok if I die without seeing the Mona Lisa or the changing of the guard in London, but I need to drive through Occitanie and Andorra and Catalonia. Badly.

    Along the way, I’ll pick up a few souvenirs, like say, this little thing. Over here in the states, I prefer rustic cabins and clean federal lines, but I go full-princess when I see beauties like this one.

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  11. Avatarabevy says: 368 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1857 victorian
    Applegate, MI

    Lovely seems in very good condition. I wonder if one would feel superior living in a home like that? Like everything I saw.

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