With origins dating back to the 18th century, the property is arranged in a U shape on over a hectare of grounds. Today, the property is used for rental and residential purposes. The château has the characteristic outline of Languedoc houses, with square towers topped by four-sided roofs. A fine double-flight staircase leads to three dwellings ranging from 40 to 80 square metres. A big, 230 square metre apartment occupies the upper floor of the château, accessed by a beautiful stone staircase. Each wing of the courtyard contains fitted-out annexes. The first section contains a beautiful 85 square metre apartment with a 48 square metre covered terrace, as well as a second 65 square metre dwelling, a workshop and a garage. The second wing contained the former orangery, which has been converted into a modern 210 square metre dwelling while preserving the 'winter garden' feel. Finally, an old pond created by Joseph Monier, who came from this region, could be restored. This property would be ideal as a joint purchase project or an accommodation business (subject to terms and conditions).
Please note all distances and measurements are approximate and for security reasons, are not representative of the exact location of the property. For more information on the precise location of the property and its surrounding area, please contact the listed Property Adviser.
30700 Uzès, Gard, Languedoc-Roussillon, Uzes, Gard, France