Bed and breakfast
- Ref. FCSTA665E
- 380 m²
- 665,000 €
The property is ideally located in the Cévennes National Park between Camargue and Monts Lozère, in the heart of sumptuous landscapes. 8 Unesco-listed sites within 1 hour and 30 minutes.
The property is in a meander of the river Cèze on a dead-end road about 800m from a pretty, medieval village very commercial and lively with schools.
Former fortified farmhouse, partly destroyed and burned in 1703 by a troop of Camisards descended from the Cévennes, (remains of foundations, walls, stones and square plan with its typical inner courtyard), it is rebuilt in the middle of the 18th century as a farm house.
Completely restored, the property consists of a main house and 3 cottages that can be used immediately, (possible contact with the existing clientele).
The main house, built on two formerly wine-growing vaults, consists of an entrance hall, a bedroom, a large secure office, a 45 m2 living room with a 3-sided closed fireplace, a fitted kitchen and a shower room/toilet. Upstairs, 3 bedrooms, 1 dressing room and 1 shower room with WC. The whole on 200 sqm.
In one wing of the house there are two guest apartments and their adjoining laundry room:
"Les Lavandes" 74 m2 on two levels
"Les Oliviers" 54 m2 on two levels
At the corner of the property stands a former pigeon loft transformed into a 32 m2 guest house.
A well, built of pebbles, covered and always with water.
In the other wing are 1 workshop, 1 equipment or bicycle garage and 2 closed car garages. Upstairs, an insulated attic of 75 m2.
At the back of the house are the old stables and meadow.
A secure swimming pool of 10.50m x 4.50m, landscaped with waterfall and its 19 m2 pool house including the technical room for the pool, a toilet, a shower and a summer kitchen, all surrounded by a 100 m2 stone beach with a vegetal arbor.
The property is located on a 4500 m2 land entirely fenced, with an orchard of about ten trees (peach, plum, apricot, cherry ...) and direct access to the river at 300 m.