Light-filled stone 16th century mill house, renovated retaining its historical charm and offering 280 m2 of living space with 5 bedrooms plus a mill room of 110 m2 on a plot of about 3000 m2 encircled by a river with terraces, garden and outhouses. The mill-room has its own access from both main house and garden and could be restored (by installation of a turbine) or converted to a feature gite (retains mill stone and rudiments).
LOCATION: Dynamic small town with all shops and amenities, 45 minutes to Beziers (airport).
The waterway to the Mill may be refilled and converted to a fishing pond or alternatively a swimming lake. The house is situated on the main road on the outskirts of a tourist town (with popular walkways) and has a private pontoon on the river.
Basement: Mill-room of 56.50 m2, WC of 2 m2, summer kitchen of 28.54 m2 (sink), cellar of 12.20 m2, cellar of 14.65 m2, return of 6.91 m2.
Ground floor: Lobby of 4.85 m2, lounge of 43.40 m2 (wood-stove, exposed beams), rear lobby of 3.34 m2 (with storage of 1.59 m2), return of 3.34 m2, kitchen of 31.02 m2 (wood-stove, original marble sink, dishwasher, induction hob, extractor fan, oven, fridge, storage, work units), bathroom of 14.14 m2 (free standing bath, WC, shower, circular stone basins, heated towel rails), bedroom of 14.41 m2.
1st floor: Hallway of 14.74 m2, bedroom of 17.22 m2 (fireplace), bedroom of 16.11 m2, ensuite shower room of 9.59 m2 (shower, two basins, WC, storage), dressing room of 14.69 m2 (original chimney details, fitted wardrobes), office of 14.81, bathroom (shower, WC, basin), bedroom of 28.61 m2 (exposed stone and beams, wood-stove).
2nd floor: Bedroom of 45.93 (exposed stones and beams), bedroom of 30.35 m2 (exposed stones and beams).
Outside: Plot of about 3000 m2 with herb garden and pontoon at river (perfect for fishing and swimming), terrace of 57.71 m2, garage of 55.15 m2, wood shed of 26.64 m2 (with millstones), pergola shaded seating area.
Sundry: Reversible air conditioning, possibility of gites or B&B, original mill, under floor heating, double glazing throughout, shutters, smoke detector, property tax around 1800 Euros, solar panels, mains water and sewage, furniture negotiable, off street parking, private access to river, electric gates, stone walls 60 cm.
The prices are inclusive of agents fees (paid by the vendors).
The notaire's fees have to be paid on top at the official rate.
The department of Hérault is in the Languedoc-Roussillon region located in the south of France. It is surrounded by the Pyrénées-Orientales, Ariège, 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 Hérault department is certainly busy and growing.
But despite all the activity along the coast, the interior of Hérault is as beautiful and unspoiled as it has always been. The Hérault 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 Hérault 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.
Hérault is also a favourite of Brits looking to move to the area. Pézenas and Lodève are both popular towns - Pézenas 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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