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|Surface||75 M2*||Plot Size||74519 M2|
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Situated on the hills in a small hamlet near Aujac, this property with nearly seven and a half hectares of land could become the rural smallholding or tourism venture you dream of. A former stone Cévenole “mas” – or farmhouse – in its glory days the land was worked for olives, chestnuts and sheep farming – and the potential for this remains.
Currently designated as "farm buildings" the m2 is based on the dwelling to be found on the left hand side of the property, but there are roughly 125m2 more of rooms in the main farmhouse, with an additional, approximate 170m2 of additional barn, attic and cellars, to renovate and restore.
The nearest towns are Bessèges, St Ambroix and Alès at 15km, 25km and 45km respectively, and the closest motorway access points are Bollène (A7) at 80km or Nîmes (A9) at 90km.
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With the correct building permissions three separate dwellings could be created from the existing building footprint: opening up the business potential for the property as a rural retreat, working smallholding, artists’ creative space – and many more.
Over four levels, the property has two distinct living areas plus the spaces used for the farm - such as the animal pens and feeding areas, the barn, the cellars.
Built on a hill and set well away from the small local road, the house has wide open views over the valleys and towards Mont Lozère.
A very interesting project and not for the faint-hearted, this property presents a full renovation project including and not limited to ; roofing, walls and flooring, connection to a waste water drainage system, electrics, re-laying the access road.
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DPE : Energy test not required.