|La Vigneronne||Self Catering||Flexible||3||7||1|
A lovely renovated winegrowers house with all modern comforts, all newly refurnished and redecorated. The living accommodation is all on one level and is very airy and spacious. From the front gate, a small flight of steps leads to a large and leafy private terrace at the front of the house, also accessed through the french doors from the lounge and kitchen. At the side of the house is a small garden with a path that leads you to the lovely private pool with external summer kitchen and bbq.
The kitchen is very well equipped, with all crockery, cutlery and kitchen appliances including oven, hob, dishwasher, fridge and freezer, toaster, coffee-maker etc. In addition to the dining table and chairs inside there is additional seating for eating outdoors either on the front terrace or down by the pool.
The lounge offers comfortable seating on two leather chesterfields. There is wi-fi internet access, wide screen tv with Freesat connection, dvd/cd player plus a collection of books and games for your enjoyment.
The 3 spacious bedrooms are off a central hallway, 2 bedrooms have a king size bed, the 3rd bedroom one double and one single bed. The master bedroom has an additional wide screen tv and freesat. All have large windows with shutters and both floor standing and large ceiling fans. There are plenty of wardrobes, chests of drawers and storage.
Two bathrooms - a spacious family bathroom with twin basins, bath with shower over and WC and a separate wc and a walk in shower room.
Also an additional wc and shower beside the pool.
Fully central heated, thermostat controlled and constant hot water
The outdoor swimming pool is a really good size, 10.5 x 4.5 metres (approx 35 x 15 feet) and fully enclosed by a wall/security fence with gated access. The pool area is quiet and secluded with plenty of space for sunbathing or for eating al fresco, as it also benefits from a outdoor summer kitchen which includes fridge, sink and bbq plus an outside shower room and wc. No need to go back indoors for anything! The garden has an original well (covered), palm trees, bamboo, french lavender beds and flowering oleander shrubs. There is also a large leafy south facing terrace to the front of the house, very private, ideal for breakfast or enjoying the sun going down in the evenings.
Underneath the house (connected by a spiral staircase) is a huge garage & the original wine cellars, with parking for up to 2-3 cars.
Great for famillies and children of all ages
Pool is enclosed with security fence and the top terrace is gated
Due to different levels and some steps the house is not suitable for wheelchair users
Newly retired and enjoying France as much as possible
|Year property purchased||2012|
|Why this location?||Mountains to the north, beaches to the south, only an hour from the Spanish border there is so much to see and do in the Herault.|
|Unique benefits of property||Unique detached spacious villa with all home comforts. Large sized private pool with summer kitchen & BBQ. Private garage for 2-3 cars, free wi-fi & Freesat tv. In a traditional French wine growing village within walking distance of local cafes, bars & restaurants, supermarkets. 10 minutes from Pezenas & Beziers and 25 minutes from Mediterranean beaches. Perfect for eating al fresco & lazing by the pool or exploring this historic region.|
L'Olivier, Le Grand Cafe & Le Panouille for food & drinks
Wine tasting at Domaine de Sainte Rose
Other nearby places of interest include:
Pezenas - best Saturday market
Historic Beziers Cathedral & the Friday flower market
Faugères - Domaine de Trinities
Adge on the Herault River, 2nd oldest town in France
Marseillan, home of the Noilly Prat production plant
Bassin de Thau, for oyster & seafood
Canal du Midi & boat trips (as featured in Rick Stein's French Oydessy)
River beaches on the Orb
the National park - gorges and inland lakes such as Lac du Salagou.
One hour drive to the Spanish border
Two hours to the Pyrenees.
To the east, the Camargue, famous for pink flamingos, wild horses and bulls & the walled town of Aigues Mortes
Nimes; largest Roman aqueduct in France (Pont Du Gard)
Carcassonne - medieval fortress & World heritage site