agency fees to be paid by the seller
Reduction from €575,000 to €550,000
|Surface||298 M2*||Plot Size||42675 M2|
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A rare opportunity to acquire an exceptionally well located hilltop plot with spectacular uninterrupted views, additional outbuildings, and planning permission & architect's plans for redevelopment. Situated close to the Ardèche Gorge and Cévennes mountains, nearby town with all amenities of St. Ambroix, 65 km from Nimes or Avignon with connections to airport and TGV stations as well as the motorway A7 junction at Bollène (50km). Read more ...
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The main house (164 m²), 4 bedroom ranch-style house on one level consists of open plan living room, kitchen, study, utility room/laundry, 2 bathrooms (one ensuite) and south-facing 18m long terrace running along the length of the building (perfect for evenings with family or friends watching the sky change colour). Independent apartment (53 m²) connected to the main house with its own living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.
Second House (81 m²): impeccably renovated two-storey stone house with south and west facing terraces. Kitchen / diner, living room with wood burning stove, utility room, shower room & separate WC. Upstairs to very sunny double bedroom with fantastic views and ensuite bathroom.
Planning permission has been granted to extend the house as required, and architect's plans are available on request.
Maintaining the authenticity and natural beauty of the original farmhouse and re-using as much of the existing material was paramount in its renovation.
The extensive 9.1 acres of land offer rolling panoramic views over the valley of the river Cèze and the Cévennes mountains beyond - with its own olive grove with trees over 400 years old - and an orchard of other mature fruit trees including plum, peach, almond and fig.
The property itself is secluded but not remote, situated less than 3km away (or a 5 minute drive) from the lovely, thriving medieval town of Saint Ambroix - perfect for all necessary day-to-day activities (schools, shops, markets, supermarkets, chemists, banks, doctors). The bars, cafés and restaurants offer the typical local cuisine of the region. The beautiful medieval town of Barjac is 10 miles away, with its crafts and antiques markets, and Alès, Nîmes, Uzès and Montpellier are the nearest cities, rich in local heritage, and not far from the Mediterranean beaches and sea. Perhaps even more enticing is the proximity of the river Cèze, with all the possibilities it holds for swimming, picnicking, sunbathing and kayaking. A little further away, but worth the 25-minute drive, is the sublime Gorges de l'Ardèche, where you can hike, camp and enjoy more other outdoor activities include horse-riding, kayaking and mountain climbing.
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