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Reference 236008

Income Producing 14 bedroom Manor House for sale with countryside view in Narbonne, Languedoc-Roussillon

1,979,000 EUR
1,701,940 GBP 2,117,530 USD
Substantial 14 bedroom wine estate, which is ideally situated on the edge of a charming village with all amenities, right in the heart of wine country in southern France, less than an hour from several large cities including Narbonne, Perpignan and Carcassonne.

With a vast total built area of 1,000m2, features include a large stone built manor house, chambre d'hotes, 2 gites, 2 swimming pools, Jacuzzi, several gardens and terraces, 8.9 hectares of vines producing wine, an additional 3.1 hectares of uprooted vines and 1.5 hectares of additional land.

The property is located in a region with excellent land and is AOP.

This stunning estate includes multiple dependancies, which are currently used for wine storage, ageing and production as well as equipment and machinery required to make high-quality wine. Classified as Bio (organic) for more than 10 years, the estate includes a degustation cave, as well as constructible land with a spectacular views.

Nestled in the Corbieres, this substantial property is just 45 minutes away from the Mediterranean sea, providing an excellent quality of life.

While this property currently generates substantial revenue already, through high quality wine production and tourism lets, the opportunity for further expansion and development is plenty. There is substantial potential for a passionate wine enthusiast to expand an already successful wine estate in their own vision.

Combining additional independent living space this property also has plenty of opportunities for income generation from gite/chambre d'hotes lets, or for a large family, or even several generations of families to live together in a charming village in the South of France. With a total living space of over 1,000m2 across several buildings this property has so much potential.

Features

Reference236008
Price1,979,000 EUR
Number of Bedrooms
Bedrooms
14
Number of Bathrooms
Bathrooms
11
Floor Space in Metres Squared
Floor Space
1,000.0m2
Land Size in Metres Squared
Land Area
15.2 Ha

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This Farmhouse is located in Narbonne in France

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