Romanesque church from the 13th century and presbytery with ruins of a castle that was destroyed in the 18th century, located in a dominant position in a medieval village, 3 km from Alès and 79 km from Montpellier.
The church with barrel vault is accessible via a massive 13th century door. It covers an area of 196 m2 and was built in the 13th century and then enlarged in the 18th and 19th centuries. The barrel vault testifies to the construction in a Roman style. Please take into account renovation work for this historic building.
This presbytery is connected to the church by a semicircular arch that provides access to the side of the church. The renovated rectory has an area of 178 m2 with a living room of 42 m2 equipped with a fireplace and a door to a covered terrace of 38 m2 with a beautiful view of the surrounding countryside. Kitchen and office are located on the ground floor, the 3 bedrooms are on the first floor together with a bathroom. Take into account refreshing works for this house.
Garden and outbuildings
Some walls of the former 13th century castle are still present with 5 vaulted cellars and 3 hanging gardens. 2 vaulted rooms serve as a water supply fed by a source.
The village of Anduze with its pottery tradition is at 19 km, Uzès at 39 km.
Access to the motorway 4 km, airport 79 km, railway station 4 km, shops are nearby.
At the edge of the Regional Park of the Cevennes, in the Gard, rich in unspoiled nature, the landscape is hilly and wooded.
Through many hiking trails you can discover this natural environment and its rich history.
Price € 399,000
Seller pays the agency fees.
Price / sq metre: €/m² 1,025.71
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Agency: Anita Vermeulen