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House in OLARGUES , Herault , Languedoc Roussillon

€349,800 £316,482**
Ref: 96304CG34
french property for sale

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Great investment, Character Townhouse (former police station) with 4 apartments (1 free) , river view and good rental income

Claudia Goetting , your local Leggett agent, says :

Price €349 800
agency fees to be paid by the seller
Ref 96304CG34
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Dept Herault
Surface 274 M2* Plot Size 215 M2
Bathroom 4 Bedrooms 7
  • 0-2KM to amenities
  • Village property
  • House
  • Family Home
  • Maison de Maitre
  • Business potential
  • Character property
  • Mains Drains
  • Riverside
  • Excellent condition
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This is a great opportunity to acquire a historic property, divided into 4 letting units, in a fantastic setting. Located right at the river this property has 274 m² of habitable space. There are two apartments on the ground floor (36 m² and 48 m²) and one on the first floor and another one on the second floor, each with 95 m². Currently the apartment on the upper part is empty and offers you the opportunity to maybe keep this for your own use, while the other three provide you a good monthly rental income. But of course, you can easily rent this out as well if you are looking for a full investment property. Whether as holiday let or again with an all year around tenant. Two apartments benefit from their private south facing outside space. The cellars are spacious and have served in former days as prison cells. If the walls could tell their stories … Read more ...

Rated as one of 'les Beaux Villages de France' (the beautiful villages of France), Olargues extends over a hill on a bend of the Jaur river. It’s a medieval village, so many of the streets are only wide enough for pedestrians, but there's lots of free parking available. The Pont du Diable (the Devil’s Bridge) dates from the 13th century and its iconic landmark tower – now a bell tower – greets you as you approach the village. As you stroll through the village, you’re seeing a way of life which has changed little over the centuries. The local shops and village bakery still rely on local products and ingredients, including the chestnut flour which was a staple of the area up until the 1920s. The village attracts lot of tourists and has all amenities including a small supermarket, a bakery or a pharmacy, three restaurants, a pizzeria and two bars as well as schools up to the age of 14. Lots of different local festivals take place and there a plenty of artists that have chosen to live here. Of course, there is a weekly market. The area is well known for all those who love outdoor activities, like walking, hiking, canoeing and canyoning. Even though you will not miss the sea as there are rivers, waterfalls and lakes to swim – it only takes about 1 hour to get to the sandy beaches of the Mediterranean. Beziers Airport is 66 km or 1 hour, Montpellier Airport is 118 km – about 1 hour 32 min. Carcassonne Airport 95.8 km – about 1 hour 34 min and Toulouse 149 km - about 2 hours.

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