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House in LE VIGAN , Gard , Languedoc Roussillon

€290,000 £264,854**
Ref: 116064RAB30
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Absolutely lovely 18 century stone village house with internal courtyard, terrace, independent studio and terraced garden with breathtaking views. Ideal family home or holiday home with established rental potential.

Rosalind Abraham , your local Leggett agent, says :

Siret number: 798776274
Price €290 000
agency fees to be paid by the seller
Ref 116064RAB30
Town LE VIGAN
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Dept Gard
Surface 128 M2* Plot Size 961 M2
Bathroom 3 Bedrooms 5
Location
  • 0-2KM to amenities
  • Hamlet property
Type
  • House
  • Family Home
  • Holiday Home
Features
  • Character property
  • Double glazing
  • High speed internet
  • Mains Drains
  • Mountain view
Condition
  • Excellent condition
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Situated in a pretty hamlet above the lively Cevennes town of Le Vigan, this stunning property has been lovingly restored with style and impeccable taste. In a tranquil setting with magnificent views from the house and garden, it’s the perfect rural retreat yet only minutes from shops and restaurants and an hour and 15 mins from the nearest airport. This charming property is the perfect mixture of contemporary style and convenience and lovely original character features. It has been restored using highest quality materials which serve to showcase the original open stone work, beams, archways and tiles. It offers 128m2 of habitable space and has 751m2 of garden to the front of the property which would be the perfect spot for a pool. Read more ...

The house is on several levels and is accessed via steps through an attractive arched stone passageway. At the top of the steps is a laundry room with separate toilet. Opposite this you enter into a lovely modern fully fitted kitchen with island and a separate dining area. Through an archway is a spacious double aspect living room with a large open fireplace. At one end a set a french doors open onto a Juliet balcony with superb views over the gardens and mountains beyond. At the other end a glass door accesses the elevated terrace which overlooks the pretty walled courtyard. Perfect for dining al fresco in this sunny mediterranean climate with trees for shaded dining in the courtyard.

From the kitchen a stone staircase leads up to the second floor where a tiled corridor leads to 2 good sized bedrooms with the same lovely views, as well as a family bathroom with bath and walk in shower and a separate toilet. Another straight staircase with wrought iron hand rails leads up to the third floor where there are 2 further spacious mansard bedrooms with windows and velux windows for extra light. One of these rooms has an ensuite bathroom with bath and hand basin.

On the ground floor to the right of the entrance is an independent studio with mezzanine bed level. There is a small open kitchen area and a shower room with shower, basin and wc. Off the stone passage way there is a workshop and a couple of “caves” for garden equipment.

This south facing property has a mixture of tiled floors, wooden floors and carpet and is double glazed throughout. It has oil fired central heating.
Parking is close by in the hamlet.

The house comprises:

On the ground floor:
- independent studio 10m2 with shower room 2,5m2
- workshop 9m2
- 2 caves
- entrance passageway 18m2

On the first floor
- laundry room 7,5m2 plus WC
- Kitchen / diner 19,5m2
- living room 22,5m2

Second floor
- Main bedroom 18m2
- 2nd bedroom 11,5m2
- Bathroom 6,5m2 and separate WC
- Hallway 9m2

3rd Floor
- 3rd bedroom 23m2
- 4th bedroom 20m2 plus ensuite 4,5m2

Terrace - 45m2
Courtyard - 80m2
Garden - 751m2

Le Vigan is a lively town of approx 4000 inhabitants with all the shops, restaurants and schools you could need and a weekly market. This area is rich in historic medieval villages, fantastic walks in the Cevennes national park, rivers for canoeing and kayaking, fantastic scenery and markets with local wines, olives and other locally grown produce.

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