- 700 m2
- 7 rooms
- 3 bedrooms
An impressive, traditional Mas house surrounded by its grounds set between the region of Provence and the Cévennes Mountains.
Twenty minutes from the motorway network, 45 minutes from Avignon and its TGV train station. Just a stone's throw from Roque-sur-Cèze, classified as one of France's most beautiful villages. Nimes is 50 km away and Uzés is 35 km away.
A little way away from the road that follows the Céze Valley, with its wealth of tourist sites, this traditional Mas house stands on a plain planted with vines and fruit trees. The property, spanning seven continuous hectares, is partially enclosed with wood rail horse fencing. This traditional Mas house is a robust building comprising three sections laid out in a U-shape. It is typical of the rural housing in the Languedoc region but, nonetheless, stands out courtesy of its dominating bell-tower, with a wrought iron belfry, set in the centre of a facade that has the appearance, but not the function, of a gable wall.
The south wingThis fully restored section is intended to be used as a home.
It is accessed via a main entrance door off the courtyard or via one of the many doors and picture windows, on the south side, opening on to the surrounding meadow.
The ground floor comprises a first lounge, a dining room adjoining a kitchen as well as a second, much bigger lounge with a contemporary fireplace.
These functional and harmonious rooms are very easy to move around. The polished concrete floors integrate, as on the upper floors, an underfloor central heating system.
The large lounge provides access to the first floor via an outstanding stairway with its suspended steps set in the wall.
The first floor includes a vestibule, lined with built-in bookshelves, which provides access to a first bedroom. Extremely spacious, it features a fireplace, a dressing room and a bathroom.
This level also comprises a suite, consisting of a sleeping area, extended by a living room which also has an open-plan kitchen and a bathroom. It could be used as a small, independent dwelling.
The second floor has a second bedroom. This spacious room also has its own bathroom.
The north wingThe restoration of the north wing, spanning a similar floor surface to that of the south section, awaits completion. Perfectly weathertight, the carcass has undergone the same first-class works as the rest of the residence.
Predominantly open on the south side, facing the courtyard, this section of the traditional Mas house extends over two separate levels.
The ground floor is accessed from the courtyard whilst the upstairs is reached via an old renovated stairway going up the south, courtyard-facing facade.
This wing has great development potential as it could be converted into two self-contained units.
The central sectionThis central section, although independent, acts as a link between the north and south wings. It comprises a first floor above a ground floor which extends into a vast barn.
The first floor, reached via a balcony corridor, is predominantly one vast room under the rafters.
With its size as well as its exposed roofing framework, it could be used as a vast living room which could become part of one or other of the neighbouring wings.
The ground floor, accessed from the courtyard, initially comprises a set of storerooms, workshops, machine rooms and storage areas.
However, this building is extended on the west side by a barn with a high ridge.
Said barn, facing west over the adjoining meadow, is fitted with two large, equally first-class, horse loose boxes.
The groundsThis property, with grounds spanning close to seven hectares, is ...
reference : 127216 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 15437367