Grothendieck's last hideout

The past ten days I've been up in the French mountains (without internet access), not that far from the Ariege, so I'm just now catching up with all (blog)posts related to Grothendieck's death.
At our place, the morning of thursday november 13th was glorious!
Even though FranceInter kept telling horror stories about flooding in more southern departements, I can only hope that Grothendieck passed away in that morning sun.
About a year ago, on the occasion of Groth's 85th birthday, I ran a series of posts on places where he used to live, ending with his last known hideout:
http://www.neverendingbooks.org/le-petit-village-de-lariege
At the time I didn't include the precise location of his house, but now that pictures of it are in the French press I feel free to suggest (if you are interested to know where Grothendieck spend his later years) to point your Google-earth or Google-maps (in streetview!) to:
lat 43.068254  lon 1.169080
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