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|Surface||126 M2*||Plot Size||33 M2|
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In the old part of the village, this is a very interesting property comprising two separate accommodations with a shared main entrance an internal courtyard. With already 126m2 of habitable space there is approximately an additional 50m2 to establish or complete. Good potential to earn revenue from the property either through year-round or seasonal rental – or, for how it is currently used, one large home for family and friends. As such, the heating, electrics and so forth are located within the main house, but these could be separated to offer two completely independent dwellings. Works needed to complete the project.
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From the shared courtyard the main house is on the right and the second on the left. The property is only attached to another house on one side of the main house as it occupies a corner plot. To enter the main house there are stairs leading up to the first floor where there are the following rooms; WC, kitchen, dining room, living room and shower room. Access to the terrasse is down another set of steps from the kitchen, and the bedroom is via the staircase in the dining room.
On the lower level is the south-facing terrasse, workshop and cellars to the main house.
To access the second house, take the other staircase in the shared courtyard. On the first floor are; shower room with WC, former kitchen (room to be adapted), the kitchen-diner (to be completed) and a corridor with three rooms – two bedrooms, one with a dressing room, and a room currently used as an additional bedroom.
From the landing take the stairs to the second floor where there are two rooms to be completed plus an attic which is yet to be adapted. The staircase and landing also need finishing.
The village of St Brès has no shops itself, but is just 3 kilometres from the medieval market town of St Ambroix where there are several supermarkets and independent food shops, cafés and restaurants. There are weekly markets, including Saturday’s “vide grenier”, and the town has various festivals and antique fairs across the year. It is 15km from historic Barjac, which also holds markets and a very famous antique fair. Surrounded by our woods, hills and rivers, the area offers many outdoor activities such as swimming, canoeing, horse-riding, kayaking, cycling and mountain climbing. There are famous caves including Grotte de la Cocalière and the Grotte Chauvet with its cave paintings. Situated on the north Gard-south Ardèche border, the Ardèche Gorges and tourist town Vallon Pont d’Arc are just 30km away – cyclable on the voie verte from St Paul le Jeune. Connections to motorways – A7 or A9 junctions 75km, airports – Nimes Garons 75km, Montpellier 110km, Marseille 165km, and TGV stations; Nimes TGV 65km, Avignon TGV 75km.
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