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House in ST AMBROIX , Gard , Languedoc Roussillon

€203,000 €172,000 (HAI)** £147,306**
Ref: 91224ABE30
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Reduction from €203,000 to €172,000
Magnificent old stone farmhouse for renovation, excellent potential, suitable for horses, not overlooked, in the foothill of the Cévennes National Park…nearest town 6 miles away, easy access to Nimes and Alès

Alison Benjamin , your local Leggett agent, says :

Price €172 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 8 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€160 000 without fees)

Reduction from €203,000 to €172,000
Ref 91224ABE30
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Dept Gard
Surface 160 M2* Plot Size 23337 M2
Bathroom 1 Bedrooms 4
  • Hamlet property
  • House
  • Country House
  • Family Home
  • Holiday Home
  • Barns / outbuildings
  • Business potential
  • Character property
  • Detached
  • Private parking
  • Suitable for horses
  • Water on site
  • To be renovated
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This farmhouse dates from around 1800. It is built in a traditional way, with the cellars, stables and animal quarters on the ground floor, around a central courtyard, the main living area above….4 large bedrooms, large sitting room, kitchen, larder, bathroom and WC…and above three large hay lofts, which are very high, which could be converted into extra living accommodation. It is set in 5.75 acres, mainly meadow land, ideal for horses. The land can’t be used for building.
The living accommodation needs completely renovating…new kitchen and bathroom, and repainting and perhaps replastering. The windows are currently single glazed. However the building itself is sound and solid..the roof may need some attention, but doesn’t leak.
The medieval market town of St Ambroix, 6 miles away, has primary and secondary schools, three supermarkets, and lots of individual food shops. There is a very large lively weekly market, and the town hold many festivals and antique fairs. There is a weekly “vide greniers” every Saturday in the main square. It is just 20 minutes from the beautifully renovated Renaissance village of Barjac, which also holds markets and a very famous antique fair.
In this region swimming is popular in isolated and magical surrounding rivers, and other outdoor activities include canoeing, horse-riding, kayaking, cycling and mountain climbing. There are famous caves including the Caverne Pont d’Arc, with its cave paintings, recently opened to the public. The Ardèche Gorges are very close by and are not to be missed. You can swim in the rivers, go to water parks, visit lovely old walled towns, have a coffee in the sunshine or go wine tasting at one of the many vineyards.
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Key characteristics :
• 160m2 living area, plus a further 150m2 approximately of hay lofts to renovate, plus the cellars
• Lovely setting, in the Cevennes National Park
• Not overlooked
• Excellent potential
• Easy access to town
You enter the building from the side entrance…once upon a time you would have entered through the gates leading to the interior courtyard.
On this level you have:
• 4 bedrooms
• Living room
• Kitchen
• Bathroom
• WC
• Larder
• Stairs down to the central courtyard
• Stairs up to the hay lofts…approximately 150m2
Around the courtyard you have cellars and animal quarters, which could also be renovated.


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