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Price610,000 EUR
Bedrooms3
Bathrooms2
Floor Space190.0m2
Land Area2,900.0m2

Income Potential 3 bedroom House for sale with panoramic and countryside views in Gras, Rhone-Alpes

610,000 EUR
524,600 GBP652,700 USD
An exceptional house, built in traditional stone of unrivalled quality, nestled in the heart of a generous plot in the south of Ardeche, a region recognized for its unspoiled natural beauty and its proximity to renowned tourist sites.

Just an hour from the historic city of Avignon (TGV), 30 minutes from the motorway and 2 hours from Lyon and Marseille, this house offers an ideal way of life, combining the tranquility of the countryside with proximity to amenities.

Characteristics:

- Traditional Stone House: This house was built with exceptional attention to detail, highlighting incomparable solidity and durability. The high quality materials used bear witness to the ...
An exceptional house, built in traditional stone of unrivalled quality, nestled in the heart of a generous plot in the south of Ardeche, a region recognized for its unspoiled natural beauty and its proximity to renowned tourist sites.

Just an hour from the historic city of Avignon (TGV), 30 minutes from the motorway and 2 hours from Lyon and Marseille, this house offers an ideal way of life, combining the tranquility of the countryside with proximity to amenities.

Characteristics:

- Traditional Stone House: This house was built with exceptional attention to detail, highlighting incomparable solidity and durability. The high quality materials used bear witness to the artisanal know-how that went into its construction.
- Main House: This single-storey house of 133 m2 includes 2 spacious bedrooms, a bathroom, a living room and an equipped kitchen with access to a terrace. Offering comfort and elegance.
- Independent Gite: A single-storey gite of 60 m2 with a bedroom, a bathroom equipped with a walk-in shower, an equipped kitchen and a living room with access to a terrace providing additional space ideal for guests or for potential rental income.
- Spacious Land: The 3,000 m2 of land surrounding the house creates a peaceful setting offering many possibilities for gardening, outdoor relaxation, or even adding a swimming pool, depending on preferences.
- Ideal location: Just 30 minutes from the motorway, easy to travel to other regions of France. In addition, the proximity to tourist sites, the Ardeche river and popular vacation destinations make this location a wise choice.
- Stunning Views: Panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Protected from all prying eyes, guaranteeing privacy.
- Spacious Interior: The interior of the house offers generous and bright spaces. Large windows let in natural light, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
- Additional Spaces: On the land, there is the possibility of setting up an office or workshop in the 25m2 annex.
In addition there are two sheds and a carport .

A unique opportunity to acquire a haven of peace in Ardeche, whether a secondary or main residence. Alone or with family.
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