The villa offers about 222m² of living space two levels
Ground floor: The steps lead up to an oak front door which reveals an open hallway leading to the fully equipped bright magazine-featured kitchen with access to the barbeque, terrace, garden and pool. Wrought iron detail on glass double doors lead into a vast cathedral-style sitting room with a fireplace, this also overlooks the garden and the pool. A link-lobby continues into a self contained space for guests. The bright en suite bedroom here has sliding panel windows from which you can slip into the pool upon awakening. The remaining ground floor area comprises a laundry room with outdoor access, an en-suite master bedroom overlooking the garden, an office and further storage areas including a wine cellar.
First floor: The staircase with an ornate wrought-iron hand rail leads to the upper floor with 4 bright spacious bedrooms, a shower room and WC.
Outbuildings include a 25m² Garage, large dog kennel, tool shed and wood storage area.
Pool 10m x 5m
The mature immaculately kept garden has paths that meander past fruit trees, lavender bushes and laurel bushes bursting with colour. The terraces drip with scented jasmine from early May and the plush lawn is surrounded by an array of trees providing shelter from the sun. All of this enjoys a plentiful water supply drawn from the well. The pool is surrounded by terraces where you can follow or shelter from the sun a year-round mosaic-tiled table with benches and an awning is next to a second built-in barbeque.
This villa is in excellent condition, the current owners have thought of everything down to the most minor detail. Recent additions include electric gates with videophone and a newly paved entrance area.
This property is perfectly situated for a primary or secondary residence and for visiting the local area. It would also achieve a high rental income during the holiday rental season.
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House Montpellier, LANGUEDOC-ROUSSILLON
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