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House in ST PONS DE THOMIERES , Herault , Languedoc Roussillon

€477,000 €360,000 (HAI)** £322,452**
Ref: 77956CG34
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Reduction from €477,000 to €360,000
Natural park, 18th-Century Old Maison de Maître 370m² habitable, 7 bedrooms, more than an acre of parkland with river frontage

Claudia Goetting , your local Leggett agent, says :

Price €360 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 6 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€340 000 without fees)

Reduction from €477,000 to €360,000
Ref 77956CG34
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Dept Herault
Surface 370 M2* Plot Size 4447 M2
Bathroom 4 Bedrooms 7
  • 0-2KM to amenities
  • 50km or less to airport
  • Village property
  • House
  • Bed and Breakfast
  • Country House
  • Family Home
  • Maison de Maitre
  • Business potential
  • Character property
  • High speed internet
  • Mountain view
  • Private parking
  • Woodburner(s)
  • Habitable
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Just on the outskirts of a lively market town in the Natural park is where this stunning Maison de Maître is to be found. Dating back to the 18th century this property is full of character and original features. Enclosed by high walls and impressive iron gates it offers privacy and peace and still has the bourgeois feeling. It has 370m² of habitable space, a great first floor with huge ceilings and massive living space. It has been a well-known restaurant in former days therefore you have a reception room of 57m² as well as a sitting room of 37m² all with impressive fireplaces. A good-sized kitchen of 24m² has two adjacent utility rooms and the toilettes on this floor have been the restrooms of the restaurant – therefore they are double. A nice entrance hall with cloakroom is to be found here as well. On the second floor there are 3 bedrooms, all with little toilet cabinets and one additional bathroom. There is also a nice room currently used as office space. The layout seems to allow to make all bedrooms to en-suite ones. On the third floor, there are 3 bedrooms already en-suite and one with a toilet cabinet. These have been hotel rooms in former days. The property is in good condition but could benefit from updating and TLC to make it shine again as in its glorious times. A great opportunity to acquire a character home in one of the most beautiful and natural areas of France. Read more ...

Entering this beautiful property via its impressive iron gates you will immediately feel the history and you would long for the stories this Maison de maître from the 18th century could tell. Who has lived and who has enjoyed its dinners here? It is surrounded by a lovely plot of land of more than an acre and has huge terrace areas with original stone flooring in front of it. Via an impressive stone staircase, you enter the first floor with its nearly 4m high ceilings and its beautiful living accommodations. You will love to put your own mark on this historic property, if you are longing for a character home with enough living accommodation for all your family and enough space to entertain friends. It will be for you if you love to live in a natural green surrounding with its own river frontage and just a few minutes walking distance from a vibrant market town. If you wish to turn it into a touristic project you could consider to invest a bit more and buy the total ensemble (Ref 77954CG34 ) as this is part of it. The potential is massive and the opportunity there for you to catch.

This part of France has a wide variety of landscapes. Its location in the foothills of the Black Mountain but also on the watershed line, gives the Mediterranean climate and oceanic influence. In the South, between garrigue and clay plain, Minervois has a wine soil, ideal for the production of St Jean de Minervois Muscat. In the north, the mountains of the ‘Somail Espinouse’ with stretches of fir and beech, alongside a moorland of heather and broom. Chestnut forests cover much of the country, offering their inhabitants a popular fruit, celebrated each year at “The Chestnut Festival”.

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