This stunning 19th-century chateau is located only 25 minutes from downtown Toulouse, 25 minutes from Blagnac International Airport, only 8 minutes from the nearest exit of the highway, and minutes from the new high-tech center of Toulouse.
The property consists of 2 levels with 20 rooms in total and an upper floor that can be converted into offices. It also has a fully equipped restaurant with a capacity of 140 people with a professional kitchen which makes the chateau a perfect fit for a resort hotel, a conference center, or an event venue.
The castle is surrounded by a beautiful fully enclosed park of 6.5 acres with a lake, a jogging track and is fully enclosed with secure gates. There you’ll also find a few outbuildings that can be used as conference or meeting rooms or converted into offices including former stables of 340 m². It’s a truly exceptional property that’s definitely worth the investment!
About the place:
Labège is a commune in the Haute-Garonne department in southwestern France. The town is located about 60 km from Toulouse, and has a population of around 16,000. It’s known for its many lakes and ponds which are perfect for fishing or swimming during summertime. The town hall was originally built as an administrative building by the French government in 1879 but it now houses a theater that hosts popular concerts throughout the year.
This small city, which has less than 30,000 residents, offers both easy access to the French capital and an isolated local charm that makes it feel like you are worlds away from Paris or other larger cities within France. Labège’s ideal location provides quick transportation links throughout Europe via bus lines connecting to Barcelona (about two hours) and Madrid (two-and-a-half hours).
Things to do in Labège:
Labège has many attractions that locals and tourists flock to this area every year. The city of Labège offers visitors anything from food festivals, national sports competitions, and gaming conventions with something for everyone to enjoy. Many people visit their local casino when they want entertainment or dining out on French cuisine. One popular town attraction you should see if visiting is the Musée de l’Homme which was founded in 1937 by Paul Rivet originally as an ethnological museum of non-European peoples. It contains objects gathered during scientific missions since 1897 – some pieces date back thousands of years ago such as masks representing spirit beings used during various ceremonies. The museum spans the space of more than 3000 m² and contains 100,000 objects which makes it a great place to visit.
Labège features many landmarks and interesting places to visit, including Le Coudray – s small castle from the 16th century which now houses a museum of local history about Toulouse region. The Museum also contains a library with 20 000 books on regional history and architecture + an archive containing 4000 documents dating back to the 13th century.
The next place you should visit is Château de la Grave. This chateau dates back to 12 years before the French Revolution (1798). Today it functions as both a private residence and opens to visitors for historical tours.