near to Nimes not far from Anduze
4 kilometres from Anduze, 40 kilometres from Nîmes, 55 kilometres from Montpellier, on the edge of the Cévennes mountains, on the south side of a quiet little hamlet, overlooking the surrounding countryside.
This house spans a ground and two upper floors. The second floor, currently uninhabited, could easily be converted. A few fireplaces and some old wooden pieces of furniture decorate the rooms. Other features include double glazing, central heating and air-conditioning.
A front door is set in the side of the house, opening on to the entrance courtyard. The ground floor is divided into five main rooms, including a lounge, another lounge, a living room, running the full width of the building, a study and a kitchen, as well as annex rooms such as a laundry room, storerooms, a toilet, a cellar and a door leading to the large main garage. The total floor surface area is approx. 180 m².
A straight stairway, facing the front door, goes upstairs. This level comprises 6 bedrooms, one of which is currently in use as a lounge, 3 bathrooms, reached via a central corridor, 4 south-facing bedrooms (one of which, with its bathroom, is big enough to form a suite). The total floor surface area of this level is approx. 190 m².
The second floor, awaiting conversion, spans a floor surface area of 150 m².
On the left-hand side of the house, overlooking a swimming pool, is a large room, with a kitchen, a wood-burning stove and an outdoor barbecue.
The terracing of this flower-filled garden is supported by low stone walls. The views take in the vines growing on the plains and the surrounding wooded hills. Other features include a rose garden, fruit trees, a large vegetable garden and olive trees. The garden is watered using water from a well or from a storage tank. Below, a driveway winds its way through wooded parklands to the vehicle entrance gates.
This 70 m² garage, opening via two large doors, communicates with the house. A second, open garage stands nearby.
The caretaker’s accommodation is laid out on the ground floor of a small, old, 2-storey house. The first floor is not currently used.
This large, luxurious home, in a serene and open southern setting, in the countryside but not isolated, has a cosy, comfortable interior that can be lived in straightaway. New owners could carry out a few conversion or transformation works, to a greater or lesser extent, in order to add their own personal touches to this residence.
This property could also be purchased via an untenanted life annuity.
|Land registry surface area||8708 m2|
|Number of bedrooms||6|
|Main building surface area||520 m2|
Regis Senseby +33 1 42 84 80 85
NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.