Reference248257
Price848,000 EUR
Bedrooms4
Bathrooms2
Floor Space270.0m2
Land Area1,506.0m2

Lovingly Maintained 4 bedroom House for sale with countryside view in Avignon, Provence Alpes Cote d'Azur

848,000 EUR
729,280 GBP907,360 USD
Inviting 4 bedroom architect-designed villa, with 145m2 of living space, plus 125m2 of annexes (garages, carports, machine room and cellar), ideally located in the small village of Caumont sur Durance, with a population of 5,422, very close to L'Isle sur la Sorgue, known as the French capital of antiques and design thanks to its unique concentration of antique dealers, second-hand dealers, craftsmen and artists. The village of Caumont is famous for its 12th Century Chartreuse de Bonpas castle, which is still inhabited and open to visitors. Caumont is part of the Grand Avignon urban community (made up of 16 communes) and is just 20 minutes from the centre of Avignon.

There are 2 golf ...
Inviting 4 bedroom architect-designed villa, with 145m2 of living space, plus 125m2 of annexes (garages, carports, machine room and cellar), ideally located in the small village of Caumont sur Durance, with a population of 5,422, very close to L'Isle sur la Sorgue, known as the French capital of antiques and design thanks to its unique concentration of antique dealers, second-hand dealers, craftsmen and artists. The village of Caumont is famous for its 12th Century Chartreuse de Bonpas castle, which is still inhabited and open to visitors. Caumont is part of the Grand Avignon urban community (made up of 16 communes) and is just 20 minutes from the centre of Avignon.

There are 2 golf courses nearby: Le Golf et Country Club Restaurant, l'UGOLF in Morieres les Avignon, 5km from Caumont sur Durance, and Le Golf de Saumane, 11km away.

This property has many assets, which include: panoramic views, maximum sunshine due to its geographical position on the land and the many windows and skylights inside the house, size of the rooms and living space (61m2), 4 bedrooms including 1 on the ground floor, 2 shower rooms/WC's, including 1 on the ground floor, bounded and fully fenced grounds, 2 large garages (ideal for DIY enthusiasts or craftsmen) including one with automatic sectional door, a carport for 2 vehicles, traditional 4.5 x 9m swimming pool with liner and winter protection cover (low nesting cover under sunbathing terrace), vegetable garden, large parking area for several vehicles, automatic gate, videophone, automatic watering system, underfloor heating system with heat pump, reversible air conditioning, 8m2 cellar for storing wine or preserves, crawl space.

The house has been completely renovated (roof, attic insulation, double glazing, connection to mains drainage, aluminium double-glazed windows, bay windows and French windows, new flooring and paint-work, fitted and equipped kitchen, heat pump heating, plumbing, electricity, etc.). A few finishing touches remain, in particular the painting of an upstairs bedroom used as a guest bedroom.

GROUND FLOOR:
Entrance hall: 8.52m2. Living/dining room: 26.82m2. Sitting room: 14m2. Semi-open-plan kitchen: 9.51m2. Dining area following kitchen: 10.6m2. Wall-hung WC with washbasin: 1.96m2. Cupboard: 0.35m2. Cupboard: 0.41m2. Parental suite hall with cupboards: 2.01m2. Shower room with wall-hung WC: 4.95m2. Bedroom with cupboard: 14.33m2. Terrace. Laundry and boiler room: 11.1m2. Cupboard: 0.96m2. Corridor (to go downstairs): 3.11m2.

1ST FLOOR:
Girl's bedroom 2: 9.6m2. Bedroom 3: 10.84m2. Bedroom 4: 10.64m2. Balcony over bedroom 4: 4.41m2. Shower room/WC: 5.17m2. Attic: 15.02m2 with ceiling height less than 1.8m.

EXTERIORS AND ANNEXES:
Covered terrace: 12.02m2. Total covered and uncovered terrace: 17.61m2. Terrace on the east side: 13.89m2. Salt pool 4.5 x 9m2. Built-in storage under terrace. Carport: 35.64m2. Garage: 24.49m2. Garage: 11.26m2. Garage: 41.59m2. Cellar: 8.36m2. Utility room: 3.56m2.
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