An interesting combination of two individual single storey villas of 115 m2 and 84 m2, from 2006 and well-maintained, with above ground swimming pools, on a 4100 m2 plot. Currently, one house used as principal accommodation with the other rented out as a gite, ideal income with the potential of renting out the two. Unrivalled view over the Montagne Noire across private plots of land, forming an unobstructed buffer zone.
Location: Medieval village with shops and restaurant near the Canal du Midi and Olonzac, at 20 minutes from Narbonne, 50 minutes to beaches and Carcassonne.
Entrance into the open plan fitted kitchen of 11 m2 and the living room of 42 m2 with double doors onto the covered terrace of 17 m2 with magnificent views, bedroom of 11.8 m2 with a shower room of 2.4 m2 (shower, sink), bedroom of 17 m2 with en-suite of 6 m2 (sink, bathtub, wc), separate wc with handbasin, garage of 20 m2 with access from outside and also inside (ideal as large 3rd bedroom), 2nd terrace of 6.3 m2 with large sliding doors into the lounge.
Entrance into the bright lounge of 29 m2 with dining area of 11 m2 and doors onto the porch 5 m2 which also opens onto the terrace of 13 m2, fitted kitchen of 8 m2, bedroom of 14 m2 with en-suite of 4.5 m2 (bathtub, double sink, shower) and a dressing of 2.3 m2, bedroom of 11 m2 with shower room of 2 m2 (basin and shower), separate wc.
Outside: The two houses are built on their individual plots of 960 m2 and 975 m2, sharing a driveway for access and parking, with additional 2200 m2 of land to the front, ensuring no obstruction of views or further building by others.
More details: Electric heating, fireplace, mains water, septic tank with pumps to mains sewage, annual land tax 1626 euros (for entire plot and both houses), easy parking, 2 above ground pools (foundations already in place) and bbq area, sold with website and client list, gite rented at 1200 euros/week in summer.
Panoramic views, excellent location with revenues!
Note: The location is described in our descriptive but we cannot supply the address of the property, we can describe the area and will of course inform you if there is any 'blight' or nuisance near the property so you can book a viewing in confidence, ask for more details.The department of Herault is in the Languedoc-Roussillon region located in the south of France. It is surrounded by the Pyrenees-Orientales, Ariege, Tarn and Aude departments.
Widely regarded as possibly the most dynamic department in Languedoc Roussillon with Montpellier as its capital and the popular seaside resorts of Sete and Grande Motte bringing in millions of tourists every summer, the Herault department is certainly busy and growing.
But despite all the activity along the coast, the interior of Herault is as beautiful and unspoiled as it has always been. The Herault countryside is glorious, driving away from the coast into the foothills of the Black Mountains you can get lost in an ocean of vines.
Villages in the department of Herault are incredibly pretty. Roquebrun is stunning, with its bridge and old water mill on the river Orb. St Guilhem-le-Desert is also beautiful - and one of Languedoc's top tourist spots.
Herault is also a favourite of Brits looking to move to the area. Pezenas and Lodeve are both popular towns - Pezenas used to be the region's capital and is becoming quite chic.
In short - the department combines beautiful countryside with the buzz and glamour of a major city (Montpellier).
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