3 Bed gite in Languedoc-Roussillon, France - Charm & Views

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Chemin De La Combe Du Moulin, Fontarèches (France)

3 Bedrooms · 2 Bathrooms · 145Floor area


Country home


3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms




Not furnished


This 3 bedroom gite is located in the charming Languedoc-Roussillon region of France. It offers a large, spacious accommodation of around 300m2 with level access to the living room at the back and steps at the front. The property also offers excellent potential to create an annexe or gite.

The ground floor comprises a part-converted space and ample storage. Entry is into a large 25m2 dining room with glazed doors and limestone paved flooring, opening onto a large south-facing terrace. There is also a good sized, fully fitted kitchen measuring 14m2 adjacent to the dining room.

The first floor includes a large 31m2 sitting room with oak floors and a stone built open fireplace. There are three good-sized bedrooms, each with beautiful views over the surrounding woodland, including the master bedroom which has its own wooden terrace. There are two bathrooms and a dressing room on this level as well.

Descending to the lower floor, you will find a lobby which opens to a large "office" area, a vast storeroom and a shower room. With around 70m2 of space, this lower level provides plenty of room for a 2 bed gite with direct access to the garden and pool.

Outside, there is a useful detached double garage and a 12m high quality curved pool. The grounds measure approximately 1 hectare around the house and a separate parcel of woodland, also of around one hectare.

The septic tank is in working order and there is mains water and electricity. The windows have secondary glazing and the roofspace is well insulated. Heating is provided by log fires and electric radiators and the owner has obtained a quote for installing a heat pump.

This property provides an excellent value family home in a peaceful setting with potential for an annexe or gite. Come experience the beauty of Languedoc-Roussillon and be surrounded by nature with the abundant wildlife that inhabits the area. Don't miss out on this special opportunity!


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