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Commercial in , Gard , Languedoc Roussillon

€1,144,500 (HAI)** £976,602**
Ref: 96125ABE30
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Magnificent Cévennes stone complex of farmhouse and hamlet, gîtes and B&B, pool, stunning views. 34 acres of glorious countryside.

Alison Benjamin , your local Leggett agent, says :

Price €1 144 500 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 5 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€1 090 000 without fees)
Ref 96125ABE30
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Dept Gard
Surface 480 M2* Plot Size 154215 M2
Bathroom 13 Bedrooms 14
  • 0-2KM to amenities
  • Hamlet property
  • Isolated
  • Commercial
  • Bed and Breakfast
  • Family Home
  • Gite Complex
  • Barns / outbuildings
  • Business potential
  • Character property
  • Double glazing
  • Garage
  • Guest house / gite
  • High speed internet
  • Mountain view
  • Private parking
  • Suitable for horses
  • Swimming Pool
  • Water on site
  • Well
  • Woodburner(s)
  • Good condition
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Fantastic Cévenol stone gîtes and B&B farmhouse with hamlet set in the heart of the Cévennes National Park, surrounded by nature and stunning uninterrupted mountain views. An ideal opportunity to live in one of the most unspoilt regions of France, either running a successful existing B&B business, or creating/developing a private leisure business (such as hunting or other sports activities) on the vast 37acre site, or simply enjoying a wonderful residence in the heart of the magnificent Cévenol countryside.

This magnificent site, 500m high in the Cevennes mountains, is an exceptional find: based over a rolling natural landscape of over 37 acres, the possibilities are endless to develop the property further, into either an agri-tourism business, activity centre or private residence - the possibilities are limited only by your imagination. The current owners run a very successful B&B, gîtes and hospitality business from March through to October, accommodating up to 34 guests at any time. The business attracts a steady stream of visitors of all nationalities who stay to enjoy the spectacular views and astonishing tranquillity of this natural park.
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The main house, built entirely of stone slate from the 17th C, is accessed via a shady terrace:

• open plan kitchen,
• dining & living rooms with wood-burning fireplace
• two bedrooms
• walk-in dresser
• bathroom
• office/reception room

A level lower is:

• a laundry/plant room with combined wood/gas boiler
• separate dining room with capacity for 30 guests
• additional cellars
• garage/workshop

Charming passageways open onto an inner courtyard/square with separate access to six independent guest rooms, and a separate path leads to three entirely independent 'gîtes', all with kitchen and ensuite facilities.

An al-fresco terraced dining area overlooks the 60m2 infinity pool, which itself comprises a further, lower terrace with additional dining, barbecue, relaxation and children's playground areas. A further two bedrooms at this level: one for visitors, the other currently used as staff accommodation, and shower/WC.

Below the pool area are the pool house, independent cabin accommodation, natural well, fully stocked carp pond, and windmill (in need of restoration), paddock and beyond, the rolling meadows and fields that make up this extensive 37acre natural park.

Mains water, two separate springs, photovoltaic panels, multi-fuel gas/wood central heating, double glazing throughout.

Garage / covered porch for up to 5 vehicles, with separate private parking for up to 11 vehicles.

The location is entirely south-facing, bathed in light and well protected from north winds by the hills behind.

Sites to visit: le Mas de la Barque, the gorges of the Ardèche, the gorges of the Tarn and la Jonte, le Cirque de Navacelles and Mount Lozère and Aigoual. There are many kilometres of pathways, rambles and bridleways, along historical paths such as the « voie Régordane” and Stevenson’s famous “Travels with a donkey” up to St Jean du Gard.

The nearby town of Chamborigaud is a busy meeting point, with cafés, bars, restaurants and a very popular Sunday market. There is a main train station with routes to Clermont Ferrand, Nîmes, Montpelier and Paris.


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