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This traditional Mas house stands in the Golden Triangle of the French department of Gard, between the Cèze and Gardon Valleys, on a wide plateau spanning 3,800 hectares of scrubland, with Natura 2000 classification, and has an unobstructed view over the Cévennes mountains, the Ardèche and the Rhône Valley. It is five minutes from a village with all shops (a grocery, a mini-market, a butcher’s, a newsagent’s, etc.) Uzès is 20 minutes away. Avignon (TGV train station), Nîmes (airport, TGV train station) and motorways are all less than an hour away.
The old, traditional Mas house
The oldest section of this traditional Mas house is composed of two buildings. The first spans three levels; the second, two. The ground floor houses a succession of rooms, featuring cross-ribbed stone vaults, whilst the upstairs ceilings are entirely covered with local terracotta tiles, that were also used for the slopes under the rafters. The old floors have been admirably preserved, whilst the rustic, rendered walls are soberly whitewashed. Several fireplaces in good working order are dotted throughout the reception rooms on the ground and first floors.
The little Mas house
A little Mas house stands facing the old, traditional Mas house and forms the south-east corner of the Mas. It is composed of two separate sections, one spanning two levels, with a gable roof, and the second spanning one level, with a single-slope roof, overlooking the courtyard. The first section comprises a room, with a fireplace, on the ground floor, topped with a room of identical size under the rafters and reached via a ladder. The second section is laid out as a kitchen, preceding a shower room.
“The cost of shining in this world is too high a price to pay. How I look forward to seeking refuge at home! A happy life is a secluded one”, these words translated from the verse of French moralist Jean-Pierre-Claris-de-Florian (1755-1794) can relate better than any others the peace and quiet exuded by these premises, a magnificent haven in the midst of a verdant desert, not only protected from contemporary nuisances but also near to the most beautiful villages on the Provencal side of the French department of Gard (Lussan, La-Roque-sur-Cèze, Uzès). The numerous paths setting off from the property give the impression that there is a new path for every new day. Discreet, respectful restoration works have preserved a number of original features, bearing plain but invaluable witness to the way of life in a traditional Mas house set on the most extensive plateau of the future Garrigues Regional Nature Park.
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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.
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