French farmhouse with land – Ref 50-283

French farmhouse with land

145 220 Euros

(Including agency fees of 5.67% at buyer’s expense)

Brief Description - French farmhouse with land

Interesting one this. Situated pretty much at the end of a cul de sac in rural Normandy is situated this 3 bedroom detached property. The property benefits from double glazing, electric heating and two woodburning stoves. The configuration is such that as it has two staircases – could easily be made into a 2 bed house with independent 1 bed gite – see the floorplans. Comes with around 2.5 acres of land, a garage and large outbuilding. Only a few kilometres away from small vibrant town with shops and amenities.

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Traditional Stone Mas Ref J84-141

Traditional Stone Mas

497 000 Euros

(Including agency fees of 5% at the seller’s expense)

Brief Description - Traditional Stone Mas

Traditional Stone Mas not overlooked and with fabulous views of the Luberon and surrounding vineyards The property has been renovated using authentic materials. The house is between the town of Apt and the pretty perched village of Villars with its famous bakery. The house is set in 1.3 hectares of land with various trees and shrubs and is alight with colour in summer. . An ancient spring exists on the land Steeped in history the property is believed to be a former chapel

Detailed Description

 

Traditional Stone Mas not overlooked and with fabulous views of the Luberon and surrounding vineyards .

The property which was bought in Autumn last year has due to unforeseen circumstances been reluctantly put back on the market. There has been some sympathetic updates to the property in between time, including downstairs flooring and decoration (in keeping with this wonderful property), stone pillars and new gates now adorn the entrance, also work in the garden and around the pool has further enhanced previous renovations which have all been made using authentic materials.

The house is situated between the town of Apt and the pretty perched village of Villars with its famous bakery. The house is set in 1.3 hectares of land with various trees and shrubs and is alight with colour in summer. The property has a guardian who looks after the land the pool and house and who has installed a watering system on the land ready for a new orchard and there is also a house keeper. An ancient spring exists on the land and the property is surrounded by vineyards.

Steeped in history the property is believed to be a former chapel

Whilst walled up now there is also a tunnel from the utility room/cellar which was used as a “cache” and escape tunnel by the resistance fighters in the second world war .

The house comprises on the ground floor living/dining room, kitchen, cellar/utiliy room, hallway and bathroom. First floor lounge, bathroom and 2 large bedrooms, second floor another large bedroom/artist studio with balcony leading to an external stone staircase giving independent access.

There is a lovely pool surrounded by a stone wall within which are discrete lighting which illuminates the pool in the evening.

For those needing more space there is a conservatory planned to the rear ( this simply requires a declaration and not planning) an ideal breakfast room behind the dining room, although most dining is outside for most of the year. A pool house of 40 m² is allowed which could be used as a Gîte, together with an extension of the property by around 1/3 rd as well as the option to extend into the existing garage or come up another floor to the same height as to the right of the property.

The property had been a permanent home for 23 years to its previous owners until last year, however for several years now it has been let as a Gîte in the summer months as the elderly owners found the summer heat too hot for them.

The property has been recently rewired and has had a new fosse installed

This offers excellent value lovely situation and lots of potential.

LAND 13000 m2

 

Traditional Stone Mas - Luberon Energy Rating

Traditional Stone Mas - Luberon Location

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Superb Village House Ref 50-282

265 000 Euros

(Including agency fee of 5.67 % at buyer’s expense)

Superb village house - Brief Description

Nice village house within walking distance of the popular tourist village of Hambye, famous for it 12th Century Benedictine Abbey. The village itself boasts a comprehensive range of shops and amenities for a village with around 1200 inhabitants. The property consists of a three bedroomed (all en-suite) house with additional living space accessed by the second staircase. Tastefully renovated to a high standard in grounds of just under half an acre and additional outbuildings.

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Detailed Description - Superb Village house

The property is situated in the village of Hambye, famous for its Benadictine Abbey. Hambye boasts a good range of shops and amenities – has a good quality restaurant near the Abbey, two bars, supermarket, pharmacy, medical centre, garages etc…

Situated off a quiet lane the property the property has a gravelled driveway with ample parking and ability to do a three point turn. The property is situated on the left of the driveway and is as follows

There s a large lounge with wood burning stove which has been fitted by registered local artisans. Off this the kitchen area leading to a large additional lounge area. To the left of the kitchen is an en-suite bedroom. Stairs to the first floor leads to two further en-suite bedrooms access by the stairs behind the en-suite bedroom. There is another staircase off the additional lounge leading to a large open plan living area with mezzanine and a large wood burning stove. The property could be split between private and B and B usage – lots of potential here too.

The property would be ideal as a B and B arrangement or possibly for anyone with an extended family who wish to maintain some independence. There s about 170 m2 of habitable floor area, grounds of 1870m2 – Some double glazing and is centrally heated and also has two wood burning stoves.

The coast is about 20 minutes away with good range of beaches to choose from on the west coast. Easy reach of the ferry ports of Caen Ouistreham and Cherbourg. Also the ferry port of Granville for access to the Channel Island. The town of Villedieu les Poeles is about ten minutes away and has a mainline train station with direct trains to Paris.

Energy Efficiency Rating

The property uses two kinds of heating and as one of them is wood for which they dont have any receipts the property has not been given a rating as there are no formal receipts.

Location of the nearest town

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Normandy house with two gites – Ref 50-280

Normandy house with two gites

196 100 Euros

(Including agency fees of 5.66% at the buyer’s expense)

Brief Description - Normandy house with two gites

Rare opportunity to acquire 3 properties for under 200 000 euros. The property consists of a main house with an attached gite together with a separate detached gite. All of the properties are well presented and the properties have been renovated to a high standard.The property is set in its own grounds and there are two above ground swimming pools. The properties have their own garden aread so both gites and the main house have privacy.

The property is situated between the two towns of Torigni and Condé sur Vire – both of which have a good range of shops and amenities. St Lo is only a few kilometres away and is a large town with a main line railway station. The property enjoys easy access to the local road networks notably N174 and the A84 – good roads

Condé sur Vire is popular for tourism – Beautiful scenery, kayaking on the river, the velo rail – popular for horse riding – see the video clip at the botton of the page.

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Stone cottage Tessy Bocage Ref 50-279

Stone cottage Tessy Bocage

down in price now only 196 100

(Including agency fee of 5,67% at buyer’s expense)

Brief Description -Stone Cottage Tessy Bocage

Nice cottage style property in a little hamlet yet only about a one kilometre walk from the small town of Tessy Bocage. Four bedroomed, centrally heated property with nice gardens with panoramic views over countryside. Always useful having a ground floor bedroom – detached garage is very practical. Good value – nice place…worth a look.

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Immaculate Normandy home Ref 50-278

 

 

Was 174 900 Euros down to 169 600 Euros

(Including agency fees of 5.67% at buyer’s expense)

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Brief Description - Immaculate Normandy Home

This is a detached property which has been renovated to a very high standard. Double glazed, rewired, electric heating, new roof this is a four bedroomed property with all en-suite bathrooms. Situated in a rural location. The property has a micro-station system and is in grounds of just over 1/4 of an acre.

The property is situated near the very popular town of Sourdeval in the department of La Manche in Lower Normandy. Viewing is highly recommended once the restrictions are removed. A 360 degree virtual tour will be available shortly

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Renovated Normandy Home Ref 50-276

Renovated Normandy Home

164 300 Euros

(Including agency fees at buyer’s expense at 5.67%)

UNDER OFFER

Brief Description of the renovated Normandy home

If you are looking for somewhere away from the maddening crowd…somewhere peaceful in the country but near the centre of a small village – this could be for you. Set in grounds of just over half an acre this is a four bedroomed renovated home. Retains some original features to give it character. Some double glazing. Gas central heating. Outbuildings. With the coast less than 15km away – could be holiday home or main residence….come and have a look.

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Medieval town house Ref J04-140

298 200 Euros

(Including agency fees at 4.76 at seller’s expense)

Medieval town house - Brief Description

.Interesting medieval town house in Forcalquier. Lots of character and lots of potential here. Beautiful feature vaulted ceiling. Must be viewed

 

 

Detailed Description - Medieval town house

Medieval town house, built into the rock which formed part of the towns fortifications.

This is a deceptively large property with rental potential

On entering the property on the ground floor, you enter the hallway with a room to your right currently used as an office, a small passage in front of the office leads to a cupboard, behind which is the wall to an adjoining little property of 50 m². There is a possibility that this could be purchased at the same time if additional living space were required.

After the office the corridor widens and to the right passed the side of the office is a lounge/library at the opposite end of which is a door leading to another room used as a sports room with access to the side of the property.

Returning to the hallway there is a staircase to the right that takes you to the first floor and after that a shower room, with shower cubicle large sink and WC

The partitions which form the walls of the office, lounge and sports room could all be reconfigured and the downstairs converted easily into an apartment 

The stairs lead to the first floor landing to the right of which is a large kitchen with glass doors leading out onto a covered balcony with fabulous views of the town and the surrounding countryside. To the left is a shower room with itaian shower, double basins and WC. Along the corridor to the right is a beautiful feature vaulted living room with adjacent cellar (discreetly hidden behind the bar) with lighting in the floor.

To the right of the opposite the living room is a bedroom with fitted cupboards and at the end of the corridor another bedroom.

In conclusion an interesting property of character with the potential to create an apartment with its own access on the ground floor.

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Location of nearest town

Video of local town

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Luberon Vineyard Ref JL-517608

Luberon Vineyard

745 000 Euros

(Including agency fee at the seller’s expense).

Brief Description - Luberon Vineyard

Ever dreamed of owning a small vineyard in the heart of the Luberon region of Provence where the process of a viticulture is done for you, where all you have to do is select your wines each year (red, rosé or white) with your own private label? This is a rare opportunity to obtain this together with renovated former shepherds dwelling (typical Provencal mas) providing a wonderful home built on 2 levels with stunning views of the Luberon and secluded pool.

If this was not enough the property also has a small olive grove of 19 olive trees which produce numerous litres of olive oil to its owners. The gardens are also home to ceps and have been known to reveal the occasional truffle. This property brings together all that is Provence.

This property is an absolute delight. It is approached by a single track lane which loops round and climbs and descends to and from the town of Apt. You enter the property via a gated driveway, the house itself is concealed in the walled garden however the other side of the little lane is a shaded parking/garden area which extends to the olive groves, beyond the gates the other side of the lane is the vineyard.

 

 

 

Detailed Description - Luberon Vineyard

 

This character stone property dates between 1820 and 1850 and comprises at garden level – dining room with traditional fireplace with Provencal style kitchen to the rear

To the right of the dining room is a large lounge 35m² with glass doors leading out to a pretty covered terrace with BBQ ideal for outside dining, steps down from here lead to the swimming pool with its domed cover.

To the side of the kitchen are steps up to a cloakroom a WC with hand basin leads off to the right.

To the right of the dining room are steps up to a corridor with 2 bedrooms , one with a large bathroom with bath, separate shower, vanity unit with double sinks and a WC, the bedroom itself boasts original wooden beams and reclaimed wooden doors which conceal drawers and wardrobe space.

The second bedroom has its own shower room with shower, vanity unit with two sinks and WC, glass doors from this bedroom lead out to the terrace.

Stairs to the main part of the house take you to the lower level (ground floor) which comprises a large room currently used as a games room with French billiard table . On this level there is also a large bathroom with bath vanity unit with double sinks and WC, a bedroom and lobby with access to the garden at the side of the property with patio and garden shed. There is also a utility room and most importantly access to the wine cellar (stocked!) and also access to the large double garage with original ceiling and remote control doors.

This is a rare find and a gift at this price   

 

Energy Efficiency Rating

DPE

Energy Rating is 214 units (D) and the CO2 emissions is 12 units.

Location of nearest town

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Provence character property Ref J04-139

Provence Character Property

1 200 000 Euros

(Including agency fee of 4.76% at seller’s expense)

Provence Character Property - Brief Description

Beautiful 17th century Stone Bastide, nestled between the Luberon and Verdon national parks on a plot of just over 50000m² with views of the Luberon and Lurs mountains and the Alpes.In addition there is a separate 2/3 bed single storey property with independent access via remote control gates .0

 

Provence character property - Detailed Description

Beautiful 17th century Bastide, built of natural stone and nestled between the Luberon and Verdon national parks on a plot of just over 5000m² with views of the Luberon and Lurs mountains and the Alpes.
In addition there is a separate renovated outbuilding providing an independent single storey 2/3 bedroom property with its own gated entrance
The main house approached by remote controlled gates and a driveway leading up to the property with the house sitting discretely back from the lane.
The entrance to the L shaped property is via a courtyard with fountain at its centre.
With 2 stone steps you arrive at the original arched doorway leading to the entrance hall. Straight ahead, built within the cupboard is a traditional butler’s corner kitchen. Next to this is a separate WC.
To the right through 2 arched glass doors you enter into a large living room with stone fireplace and wood burning stove (stone and beams are evident throughout), to the end of the room is a small balcony providing wonderful views of the Lurs mountains and the Alpes. An impressive stone spiral staircase leads to the first floor with landing off which is a shower room with twin basins, shower and WC. There are 2 bedrooms a double room with velux windows with roller shutters and the other a large family bedroom with 4 single beds. This part of the property can serve for Chambre D’Hôtes or Gîte/Apartment.
Returning to the entrance hall to the left are 2 steps which take you to a large fitted and equipped kitchen with traditional range cooker, which opens onto the lounge/diner. This part of the property was the former sheep shed and annex to the nearby Chateau.
A doorway from the kitchen takes you into a balcony with steps leading down to the courtyard
A door from the living room takes you to a sheltered terrace at the side of the property which overlooks the field where the sheep graze. Leading off from the living room with its godin wood burning stove is a large bedroom with lovely view’s and its own shower room and dressing room. This area of the property serves as another Gîte/Apartment with completely independent access.
From the living room a door takes you to yet another apartment again with independent access. The door leads to a corridor off which is a WC and a small but well designed and equipped kitchen at the back of which is a staircase which leads down to the owners own summer kitchen which can be closed off.
Continuing along the corridor you arrive at another living room with wooden floors and underfloor heating and once again a classic Godin wood burning stove. All the colours are authentic to the period with the use of “farrall and ball” paint. A door from here leads to a terrace which in turn eads to the garden with pool beyond. The property benefits from various water supplies, well water, canal de Provence (which are used to water the garden with automatic sprinkler system and to fill the pool) as well as mains water. There is a simple but comprehansive system in place to transfer between the different water supplies.
Continuing from the living room there is a child room with nautical theme and a double room with shower room and door leading out onto a small balcony with stairs down to the garden. This completes this part of the property which forms the 3rd apartment/gîte
Returning to the courtyard there is a stone staircase to the left leading to the balcony to the kitchen/living room above. Under the balcony straight ahead is access to the owners living room to the left is access to the summer kitchen this in turn leads to a bedroom with shower which is open to the bedroom and separate WC, a door from here takes you back to the owners living room and all season kitchen.
From the living room a door to the rear leads to the boiler room with gas central heating system after which there is room for storing bed linen, towels etc
There are also several small vaulted cellars one of which is the obligatory wine cellar, these have the potential to create further living space.
Door leads to the side of the property making it easier to feed the sheep. Another arched door leads to the front of the property to the right of the main entrance.
On the land are 2 swimming pool, the main pool is heater and has and has a sliding dome cover, and shower at the side of the pool.
Next to the pool is a pool house with pump room with sand filtration systemand automatic ph control together with a shower room/changing room and a separate WC.
In the courtyard to the left before the summer kitchen is a large garage/workshop with separate utility room and 2 vaulted cellars used for garden storage and nursery.
Finally there is a separate property/gîte with a lean-to at the rear which is used as a car port and tractor shed.
The property can be accessed from the main gate but does have its own gated entrance.
This is a single storey property which comprises a lounge with corner kitchen, 2 double bedrooms and a smaller single/child’s room. One of the bedrooms has its own hand basin/ vanity unit. There are 2 shower rooms with WC and another room used as TV room/dining room with glass doors heading out to a covered terrace beyond which is a private pool for this property.
This property is full of charm and character, its layout is a little quirky, but offers great potential for Chambres D’Hôtes and/or Gîtes or for an extended family wishing to live independantly or each other but within the same property. The independent access and the number of kitchens/bedrooms/bathrooms and reception rooms offers flexibility and potential.
The land has played host o private wedding parties with plenty or room for a marquee or 2 !
This is a property which has been loved but circumstances dictate that it is time for the owners to move on, or though not in any great hurry to leave the blue skies and sunshine of Provence and the splendor of their home and its wonderful location

Provence Character Property - Energy Efficiency Rating

Provence Character Property - Location of nearest town

Video clip of Forcalquier

Please note : All room sizes are approximate. MILES IMMOBILIER EURL has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading. However this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are given or implied.