This is a beautifully presented 300 year old Languedoc stone magnanerie which has been recently renovated to an extremely high standard. The elegant interiors are a mix of high quality contemporary and authentic local materials and fittings whilst the exteriors have been finished to retain the regional character and charm of the property.
Sitting on a hillside overlooking the local village and commune, the property has stunning views over the distant Cevennes Mountains and enjoys the spectacular sunsets to the west. The property, which has 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms is built on four levels and comprises:
Habitable area: 315 m2; Land area: 870 m2
Spacious light and airy sitting room with dining area (“Garden” room leading onto beautiful terraces)
Bedroom/ utility room
Large reception room
Master bedroom and en-suite bathroom
Bedroom and en-suite bathroom
There is reversible heating/aircon system and wood/local tile flooring throughout.
There are gardens on two levels; terraces on three levels, including the roof terrace. There are also lovely covered stone arches which serve as a welcome shaded area overlooking the garden where there is plentiful ground capacity for a good-sized pool. There is a separate parking “place” for two vehicles and available construction space for garaging.
The property is regionally and conveniently well situated 5 minutes from the main access route between Montpellier and Alès. (30 minutes west of Uzes; 45 minutes north of Nimes; 20 mins south of Ales. 90 mins north-west of Marseilles; 60 mins north of Montpellier).
The local village can cater for your daily needs with it’s boulangerie, tabac and restaurant (and locally renowned excellent butchers!) whilst 5 minutes drive away there is a busy village which has all nature of shops and services. The larger hypermarkets and stores can be found a short drive away. The area is also extremely well serviced by schools, doctors, dentists and excellent hospitals in Alès, Nimes and Montpellier.
The property itself is ideally located to take advantage of all the local attractions such as the historic sites of Nîmes, Montpellier, Avignon, Arles and the Pont du Gard, the Camargue, the Mediterranean coast and the Cotes du Rhone vineyards. There are eight outstanding golf courses within 45 minutes drive, walks in the National Parks of the Cévennes and swimming in the mountain rivers, or, a little further away, by the coast. Canoeing, rafting and horse-riding and skiing are all within easy access. For those seeking gastronomic delights, there is a wide range of cafes and excellent restaurants in nearby towns and villages.
The nearest airports with international connections are Nimes, Montpellier and Avignon and Marseilles. The TGV train passes through Avignon, Nimes and Montpellier and the road network is at the crossroads of the French Mediterranean providing access to southern France, Spain and Italy.