Montegut Bourjac, Occitanie


  • Country House
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception rooms: 2
  • Property size: 190 sqm
  • Land size: 11,232 sqm
  • Year built: 2011
  • Wooden bio-climatic
  • Pyrenees view
  • Photovoltaic & thermal sensors
  • Peaceful countryside
  • Private road


HOUSE Bedrooms : 5 - Bathrooms : 2 - Reception rooms : 2 - Property size : 190 sqm – Land size : 11232 sqm
Living space 190 sqm Useful 206 sqm
Wooden terrace + pergolas : 32 sqm
Garage workshop : 45 sqm
Garden shed + Green house : 25 sqm
Thermal sensors : 16 sqm
Photovoltaic sensors : 22 sqm
Pond (island & trees) : 800 sqm
LOCATION : Situated in the peaceful countryside in a small hamlet at the foothill of the Pyrenees
8 minutes from Le Fousseret – Village, shops
12 minutes from Highway A64
15 minutes from Cazeres sur Garonne – Town, Train station
45 minutes from Toulouse Blagnac Airport
60 minutes from Toulouse City Center
Recently built bio-climatic architect's house (2011), on one hectare of landscaped hillside land, with a panoramic view of the Pyrenees.
Built with a timber frame on a concrete retaining wall, the house is built on two levels and blends into the slope.
The ground floor, with a total surface area of 134m², includes a large living room of 44m² with an open kitchen, a bedroom and two large offices that can also be used as bedrooms.
Accessible by two entrance doors located on each side, or by the internal staircase, this level also has a bathroom, a laundry room accommodating the heating system (solar and wood heating floor), a cellar, a separate toilet and a large entrance with cupboards.
A south-facing wooden terrace allows you to enjoy the unique view of the Pyrenees.
The first floor also has its front door with a reception area, a large dressing room, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
With a wooden insulation and a heating system combining solar energy and a log / granules wood stove, the global energy performance is excellent. Adding also photovoltaic panels located on a large garage-workshop.roof (resale contract with local energy provider).
The garden has been designed with local species, with no watering necessary.
The land also has a vegetable garden with a buried 5000L water tank, a garden hut, two orchards, a meadow and a pond.

- Land facing South-South-West, sloping (about 20%) with platforms for the house and outbuildings,
- View over the Nere valley and the Pyrenees from east to west across the horizon.
- The house is off the Village road, at the end of a long private gravel road with trees: isolation from road noise and from the neighborhood is total.
- The nearest isolated houses are more than 60 m away.
- The land is approximately 190 m long by 59 m wide.
- 800 m2 pond with trees below, with small island.
- Wooded area on the northern and eastern limits.
- The land is bordered to the north by the village and town hall road (Paguère) and on its east, west and south sides by non-building fields.
- The land can accommodate other houses and buildings. it could be divided.
The house was built with most of healthy and natural materials, with the minimum of glues, methanal, plasterboard or plastics.
- Timber frame house built on an insulated crawl space. It is semi-buried to the north with an insulated and drained retaining wall, with full riprap without soil.
- Traditional framework without ceiling. 4.50 m high under the ridge in the living room.
- 32 cms width Insulating complex, with double interior and exterior insulation in wooden wools of various densities (Pavatex and Homatherm), air vacuums, rain screen and vapor barrier.
- Windows and doors in lacquered aluminum exterior and interior oak. Wooden shutters, roller shutters for the large windows in the living room.
- 4 skylights
- High performance tiles Koramic on double insulation in sarking.
- Exterior facades : - lacquered sidings James Hardie - mineral coating on fiberglass – cellular polycarbonate for the garage.
- Wall interior coverings, on wood frame with cellulose wadding: - lacquered, stained sidings - stained exotic wood panels - painted Fermacell gypsum panels - built-in cupboards in most rooms, including on each wall of the garage-workshop.
- Flooring, screed and insulation: - 60x30 porcelain stoneware - Egger laminate parquet - beech staircase.


- The house produces more energy than it consumes, and even brings in money through the photovoltaic contract with Enedis, which runs until 2032
- Energy Production :
o 12 photovoltaic sensors 22 m2 Sanyo 3000 kWh
o 06 thermal sensors 16m2 Wagner
o Log / granules wood stove Foghet 25kW
- Domestic hot water tank Wagner 1000 L with optional electric resistance
- Automatic energy management :
o Regulation Sungo SXL
o Heating floor on the ground level
o Water radiators upstairs
- Air treatment :
o Mechanical ventilation Hélios (Double flow in and out), with external sensors
o Natural air conditioning by Canadian buried loop water pipes



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