For Sale – A lovely stone village house situated in the Pic Saint Loup region.

Price 195,000 Euros

This is a lovely stone village house with super views overlooking the surrounding vineyards and countryside.

The house has a well proportioned open plan living/dining and fitted kitchen area on the ground floor, which has a cosy real fire and shuttered windows opening out onto the views.

At first floor level there is a double bedroom, bathroom and second bedroom/bureau and at basement level there is a lovely stone vaulted cellar for conversion. The rear terrace has ample space for relaxation and a barbecue for outdoor dining.

Corconne is situated in the Pic Saint Loup region between the lively town of Quissac in the Gard and Saint Matthieu de Tréviers in the Hérault. The village is one of the villages of the Vallée du Vidourle which sits at the foot of the Massif du Coutach. Its pretty village streets wind around the typical 17th and 18th Century stone gardoise houses and up into the massif, to the natural arch ‘Le Pont du Hasard’. The village is well known locally for its ‘Moulin à Huile’ where it presses olive oil and moreso for the Corconne wine cellars producing ‘La Gravette’ its excellent wine classified AOC Pic St Loup.

The house would make an excellent ‘pied à terre’ for somebody looking for an easy lock-up property in a beautiful situation between the Mediterranean and the Cevennes, in one of the most renowned wine producing areas of the Languedoc.

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