A listed, rehabilitated, medieval residence
in a village near to Uzès
, GARD languedoc-roussillon FR

Location

In a village in the French department of Gard, 8 km from Uzès, 20 km from Nîmes (TGV train station), 17 km from the motorway and 40 km from Avignon (TGV train station).

Description

This quadrilateral building, constructed on a slight knoll and surrounding a cool, shady garden courtyard, was once the village’s centre of defence. Divided up following the French Revolution, this residence has been gradually restored as the various plots were repurchased. It currently comprises three separate dwellings, spanning approx. 520 m². The last section to be acquired is soon to undergo restoration works. Vaulted galleries, crossed ribs and mullioned windows bring the old feudal residence to mind, but the contemporary touch added by the restoration works and the installation of a swimming pool area put the residence firmly in the 21st century.

The owner’s large flat

This section spans approx. 280 m² of living space, 70 m² of which are on the ground floor, 300 m² of large storage areas, a cellar, a garage and an attic, 75 m² of terrace as well as 320 m² of courtyard and swimming pool. The flat comprises an entrance hall, a gallery study, a 60 m² living room, a kitchen, three bedrooms, a bathroom, a loggia and a balcony overlooking the courtyard, all with superb vaults and fireplaces.

The first self-contained flat

This flat spans approx. 120 m² of living space laid out over two levels with 17 m² of terrace. It comprises an entrance hall, opening on to the street, a living room-lounge-kitchen, three bedrooms with a dressing room, a shower room, a bathroom and a storeroom.

The second self-contained flat

This flat is reached via the street and spans approx. 120 m² over two levels. The ground floor comprises an entrance hall, a lounge with a fireplace, a living room-kitchen, a study, a storeroom, a shower room and a bedroom. Upstairs are two bedrooms, one of which has a mezzanine, a bathroom and a suntrap terrace.

The recently acquired section awaiting restoration

This section spans a floor surface area of 200 m² which could be converted into living space. It is laid out over three levels with a 50 m² attic and a 20 m² courtyard.

Our opinion

This residence, with its terraces and points of view, is both a home and a set of rental flats. Built in an area where old stone is deeply respected and enhanced, it is a short distance from Uzès, an elegant, wealthy town, and is near to all the major tourist sites in the Provence and Languedoc regions. Its large vaulted rooms on the ground floor, currently employed as storage areas and garages, are but waiting to be converted and put to good use.

1 480 000 €
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Reference 917423

Land registry surface area 1050 m2
Main building surface area 720 m2
Outbuilding surface area 350 m2

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Gard


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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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