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Authentic 8 bedroom Villa for sale with countryside view in Uzes, Languedoc-Roussillon

1,395,000 EUR
1,199,700 GBP 1,492,650 USD
Delightful character bastide dating back to the Eighteenth Century, with flexible accommodation of four apartments, set in over 2 acres of lovely mature grounds with swimming pool.

Situated at the crossroads between Provence and the Gard Provencal, this elegant property dates back to 1743 and comes with 450m2 of living space. On the ground floor, there is a large welcoming kitchen, a vast salon with high vaulted ceilings and a monumental fireplace, plus on the first floor a bedroom suite with bathroom, office and a large library.
There are three separate apartments situated on the upper floors in the main house with a fourth apartment situated in the dovecot in the grounds.
Each apartment, each between 60 - 85 m2, has a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom and either one or two bedrooms.
The dovecot, opening on to the courtyard, has its own private terrace. A charming entrance courtyard has several different dining areas for guests, and the grounds, partly wooded and well planted with Mediterranean shrubs, surround the property.

A large enclosed salt water pool of 6 x 12m, lies in the centre.
Garage and cellar storerooms.
The situation is ideal for visiting the whole region - easy access to Uzes, Orange and Avignon plus all the well known wine cellars of the Cotes du Rhone and the Ceze and Ardeche valleys.
A delight for cyclists.
Part of the Bastide is reserved for the owners use.

An excellent proposition for either a tourist activity or a large family domaine.


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