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|Surface||237 M2*||Plot Size||10000 M2|
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This former Mas, completely renovated over 200m2 offers the possibility of a Gites or B&B project. The main house, well renovated, includes a veranda, a living room with a wood-burning stove, and a nicely designed kitchen with a mezzanine. On the first floor, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a separate toilet. On the second floor, a nice mezzanine, two bedrooms a bathroom and a separate toilet. At garden level, an independent studio flat with an open plan kitchen-living room, sleeping corner and bathroom. Another 490m2 of dependencies is also available including the former restaurant, kitchen, bar, shower rooms, another apartment is half renovated, storage rooms, cellars, workshop and a large patio offering a great view over the valley. A plot of land of 1Ha with views, fruit trees, a mobil-home and another 5 chalet spots with platforms, electricity, water and mains brings the potential for building extra accommodation. Read more ...
Dining Room with wood burning stove 20.7m2
Bedroom 1 14.3m2
Bedroom 2 14.3m2
Living Room (needs work) 30.5m2
Bedroom 3 13.1m2
Bedroom 4 15.2m2
Garden Level – Studio
Open Plan Kitchen/living room 20.2m2
Bathroom 6 m2
Former restaurant 171m2
Bar-Club (Vaulted) 15.4m2
Vaulted corridor 10.3m2
Workshop – Boiler 18.4m2
Habitation (2/3 finished) 64m2
Former Shop Area 90m2
Former Baths 33m2
Mobil-Home (Water, Electricity, mains available)
5x Chalets Slots (Water, Electricity, mains available)
Séderon is a humble Provençal market town lying between two rocky cliffs, at the meeting point of the Alpine and Mediterranean landscapes.
Séderon was originally built in medieval times on the rock that now overlooks the village. At one time it was the stronghold of the famous Raymond de Turenne who during the 14th century devastated Provence and Dauphiné due to an inheritance dispute.
Overlooked by the rocks of La Tour and Le Crapon that close off the valley, leaving a narrow gully for the river Méouge to flow through, Séderon is a natural crossing place between Provence and Dauphiné, and as such was an important trading centre for many years.
Surrounded by arid land on the mountainsides, in summer the village is cooled by the impetuous Méouge, and is a magnificent sight in the midst of intense blue lavender fields, golden wheat and broom, and fragrant limetrees under utterly blue skies.
Walking, horse riding and mountain biking.
Paragliding. Canyoning. Climbing
Municipal Swimming pool
Thermal baths in Montbrun Les Bains (15km)
Buis Les baronnies 33km
Sisteron 39 km (Motorway A51)
Motorway A7 or A9 80km
Avignon TGV 96 km
Marseille Airport 130km
*These data are for information only and have no contractual value. Leggett Immobilier cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies that may occur.*
**The currency conversion is for convenience of reference only.
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