- Charming family home in beautiful village
- Entertainer's house, outdoor dining
- Salt water swimming pool
- Flexible accommodation with possible gite
- Established garden with irrigation system
- DPE = 135 [C] GES = 4 [A]
A beautifully restored, 400 year old stone villa, with spacious reception areas, 5 bedrooms, modern kitchen and bathrooms and useful utility areas. Outside there is a big shady balcony with glorious views and several terraces. The property is perfect for entertaining and has a swimming pool plus a lovely garden. It is in the quaint and tranquil little village of Brignon in the south of France.
The house is over 400 years old and exudes charm and history. It is set high up on a hill in a stunning medieval village which is typical of the Languedoc region. The house is set over 3 terraces and has the feel of a small, traditional "mas" in that it rambles over 3 floors and has stone walls plus lots of character features. An adaptable property, it can be used as a family home or a holiday home with self contained accommodation on the lower ground floor.
The house is furnished charmingly throughout and all the contents are negotiable as part of the sale
The property has been regularly maintained over 30 years to be a beautiful family home. Priced to sell due to a change in family circumstances.
ABOUT THE AREA
The house is a stunning part of the south of France, home to some of the most beautiful vineyards in the country and set amongst fields of poppies and sunflowers.
Brignon itself is a historic village dating back to Roman times. Adjacent to village are tennis courts and the beautiful river Gardon, for which the region is named (Gard). The valley is filled with vineyards and market gardens and ideal for cycling.
To the north, the historic market town of Uzes is 20 minutes away, and just beyond that the world famous Roman aqueduct :Pont du Gard and canoeing down the river and ravine is a fantastic experience suitable for young and old. To the west lies delightful Vezenobres (15 minutes), and the mountains of the Cevennes are 15 minutes further.
Nimes is 20 minutes to the east, with its beautiful old town, including the Arenes - a coliseum (again from the Romans but in better shape than the one in Rome !). The world heritage Camargue (delta of the Rhone) lies just the other side of Nimes.
Brignon is served by a train station, with direct trains to Nimes, Montpellier & Ales and a bus service to Uzes, Nimes and Ales.
The nearest TGV and airport are in Nimes with direct flights to London Luton. Montpellier is 50 minutes away with regular flights to Gatwick and occasionally Heathrow.
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