Classic 1970s Languedoc villa of approximately 140 m2 habitable space with 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and a spacious garage on a large plot of over 2000m2 of constructible land in a quiet area of a vibrant Minervois village.
Down a small road, the entrance gate opens onto a beautiful wooded garden to the right and a luminous and private house to the left which faces south-west and away from the neighbours.
Entering the house, a central hallway leads to the kitchen, the back kitchen/laundry room, open living area to the right and sleeping quarters to the left. The closed kitchen includes a breakfast area with double glass doors accessing a south-facing covered terrasse. The living spaces comprise a dining area, a living room with a working fireplace and three double French doors with views to the garden.
The sleeping quarters include 4 bedrooms. Three of these are on either side of a corridor on the ground floor. One bedroom with a built-in shower is at the front of the house and two others at the back. A family bathroom (with bath and shower) and a separate WC complete that ground floor area. A 4th and bigger bedroom with vaulted ceiling occupies the first floor. It is currently used as a poolroom.
The garage is spacious with access to the attic as well as a below-ground cave.
This property is remarkable for its privacy and its great land area with development potential which could include a private swimming pool. The house could benefit from a decoration uplift but otherwise is ready to comfortably live in now!
Another plot of 2000m2 constructible land next to the property is also available for sale.
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