Unique medieval house with terrace and garage, located in the historic village of intramural Boussagues. On one side, the house is part of the twelfth century ramparts and on the other it adjoins the "Maison du Bailli" a splendid Renaissance mansion that once belonged to the painter Toulouse-Lautre
Unique medieval house with terrace and garage, located in the historic village of intramural Boussagues. On one side, the house is part of the twelfth century ramparts and on the other it adjoins the "Maison du Bailli" a splendid Renaissance mansion that once belonged to the painter Toulouse-Lautrec.
Boussagues is part of the municipality of La Tour sur Orb, located at 2 kilometers, with its different amenities such as a school and a supermarket.
At 7 kilometers away , lies Bédarieux, a typical Mediterranean city with a rich history and also a wide variety of amenities including shops, supermarkets, hotels, restaurants and cafes, as well as schools and medical facilities. Bédarieux has a very good accessibility by car, train or bus, but also by bike threw the "Voie Verte", a 70 km bike track on a former railway. Not far away, in the municipality of Lamalou les Bains is a golf club. Boussagues and La Tour sur Orb are also part of the "Parc Naturel du Haut Languedoc" with its beautiful nature, facilities and recreational offers.
The driving distance to the accesses to the highways (A75, A9), the Mediterranean beaches and the cities of Montpellier and Beziers with their airports and TGV stations is about 35 to 60 minutes. Lake Salagou is about a fifteen minute drive away.
The house is built in stone and completely restored, in good condition and directly habitable. It is located in the upper part of the village and enjoys therefore a bright and privileged position.
Its location is very quiet (there's hardly traffic in the village : just a few residents are used to park in the center) and it offers open views over the village, the gardens and the surrounding wooded hills.
Access to house and the garage is easy by car which is rare in a medieval village. For guests there is ample parking outside the city walls for the visitors just a few steps away from the house.
The house is registered on a cadastral parcel of 110 m² and offers a living area of approximately 136 m² which composed as follows:
Street Level : Covered courtyard (40 m²) with tab water, access from the street by a 3m wide gate which makes car parking possible, a vaulted and tiled room (37 m²) with an old stone sink with hot and cold water connection.
A large old staircase hewn in stone. Small storage under the stairs. Garage. Wine cellar carved into the rock.
Ground floor: Terrace (40 m²) with a large stone barbecue and wood storage, Independent guest bedroom (13m² ) accessible by the terrace, a dining room (23 m²) with open equipped kitchen and open fire place with stove, open connection to the living room (12 m² ), Bathroom (9 m² ) with toilet
Storage under the stairs. Closed staircase with tiled stairs with oak "noses".
Level 1: Small landing. Room (6 m²) Bedroom (14 m² ), Bedroom (22 m² ) with access to the attic by a hatch.
Multiple low-energy lighting points integrated in the ceilings - Butane Gas - Electric heating and fireplace - gas water heater - sewage mains connected - Telephone / internet ADSL available.
Taxes Foncières 2014; 429, - €
The size and the location in the heart of a picturesque village, in a rich and varied region, make this house an ideal primary residence, but also a good investment in a great and easy to maintain holiday home with excellent rental potential.
Exclusive offer. Visits by appointment.
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