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Country house – swimming pool – between Nimes and Montpellier

  € 755,000

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Size of property : 250 m2
Size of land : 6390 m2
Rooms : 12
Bedrooms : 8
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Country house set in the countryside between Nimes and Montpellier, set in grounds of 6390 sq.m with a 10m x 5m swimming pool (possibility to buy 3 more Hectares of non building land).

Ideal for a large family or chambre d’hotes as the property contains 7 bedroom suites each with own bathroom or shower room and toilet.

Numerous living spaces both inside and out to enjoy the sunshine and the peaceful environment.

In total 250 sq.m of living space including a 21.50 sq.m lounge, a 18.50 sq.m dining room with fireplace, a huge living room of 37.4 sq.m with open equipped kitchen. A library or games room of 44 sq.m and a pool house of 45 sq.m with bar, kitchen and summer lounge and numerous terraces. Also a study of 12 sq.m, a laundry room, a 44 sq.m garage and a summer chalet of 32 sq.m.

The garden contains numerous different fruit trees, and is surrounded by organic vineyards.

Only 3 minutes to the shops, Nimes and Montpellier within 20 minutes, beaches 25 minutes, and close to motorway, rail stations and airport.

Possibility to purchase furniture, and 3 hectares of non building land.

Montpellier is the capital of the Languedoc-Roussillon as well as the Herault department. The city is situated on the banks of the river Lez, just 20 minutes from the Mediterranean coast, 32 miles from Nimes and 104 miles from Marseille. Montpellier, the city where the sun always shines, is a 24 hour city with plenty of things to do, from strolling through the city’s Botanical Gardens, which are among the oldest in Europe to visiting the zoo or the different parks. Popular activities include horse riding, yoga, shiatsu, petanque and kite surfing. The city has lots of museums and places of interest including the St Pierre cathedral and the Chateaux de Flaugergues and de la Mogère which are symbols of Montpellier’s wealth and prosperity in the 18th century. A trip to Montpellier would not be complete without sampling the gastronomic fare and vintage wines on offer at the city’s different food markets and wine cellars. Montpellier also has all the amenities you expect from a big city including restaurants, bakeries, pharmacies, doctors and hospitals. Its international airport has low costs flights to and from the UK.

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