Built in 1850, this large, old and majestic house offers beautiful spacious and bright rooms. Many period features have been preserved to combine them with the modern comfort. Ideal for bed and breakfast activity with its many rooms and bathrooms. Its large garden, rare for these houses, is raised, the pool and summer kitchen promise great moments during the summer season, long in our region. The property is perfectly located in a charming village not far from the beaches and the airport, in the region of Béziers, Languedoc Roussillon, Occitanie, South of France.
Description of the house: The property offers 425m² of living space on four levels: Ground floor: Entrance hall and staircase, large garage 140m² approximately, a room to convert 26m² with a washing room: basin & WC 2m² leading to the garden and swimming pool. 1st floor - private: Hall 20m² with stained glass door, 2 corridors of 8 & 12m², lounge with high ceilings, fitted & equipped kitchen 25m², 5 en-suite bedrooms with marble fireplace and original floors, each between 22 and 24m². 2nd floor Guests rooms: dining room and lounge 45m², fitted & equipped kitchen 30m² with a spiral staircase leading to 3 floor, 5 Bedrooms of 17, 21, 21 , 23 & 22m², 2 shower rooms & WC of 10 & 11m², waiting room 3m², Hall 6m². 3rd floor: converted attic, 2 bedrooms of 17m² & 19m², accessed by spiral staircase from 2nd floor kitchen.
Swimming pool 6x4m, pool house 12m², chlorine treatment not overlooked. Grounds The garden of 1505m² has a large terrace area of 100m² with a summer kitchen, then the pool with some mature trees and a well, further a large garden with palm and pine trees and Mediterranean shrubs. The garden can certainly be improved.
This house is in good condition and is well looked after. PVC double glazing joineries with wooden shutters, electric heating, chimneys and air conditionning. Mains drainage.
Comments: A beautiful character house offering a lot of potential in a serene village. All shops and restaurants are at 4km in a big village with all amenities, a main town the beaches and an international airport nearby.
Set in an ancient wine region, half an hour to the Mediterranean. Walk to supermarkets, cafés, shops and restaurants. Well situated to the other cities ofBéziers, Narbonne and Carcassonneand in the other direction Agde, Sète and Nîmes: also close to Airports, Motorway links and Railways. Tourism is the second industry of the region and is becoming increasingly popular for its ancient history and marvellous climate and its interesting vineyards. Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans and Cathars have all left their mark as did Louis XIV with the Canal du Midi. Such a region is good for the soul: fresh food, wine and sunshine, especially in Montpellier one the best cities in France and a University Town.
Alistair Lockhart. Property Director, FrenchEntrée