- Country House
- Bedrooms: 5
- Bathrooms: 2
- Reception rooms: 2
- Property size: 190 sqm
- Land size: 11,232 sqm
- Year built: 2011
Photovoltaic & thermal sensors
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.
HOME – TECHNIQUES
STRUCTURE & INSULATION
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