- 4 bedrooms
- 8 habitable rooms
- 240 square meters of living space
At an altitude of 1,200 m and facing Mount Mézenc, this house stands in a small village in the French department of Haute-Loire near the culminating point of the Cévennes mountain range. The middle-mountain village harbours a wealth of architectural heritage bearing witness to its rich past: the church is listed as a French Historic Monument. Constructed in the 11th century from volcanic stone on Roman vestiges, its bell wall reflects a southern style. The still wild region has been developed around its natural heritage, currently much appreciated by enthusiasts of the great outdoors and mountain sports. Volcanic lakes, waterfalls and a village, exuding virtually unchanged authenticity. Epicureans will enjoy sampling the local beef, known as Fin-Gras-du-Mézenc.
30 minutes from Puy-en-Velay and about an hour from Saint-Etienne.
This house, near the village church, is set in the midst of its garden, spanning a surface area of approx. 1,900 m². The architecture of the house is typical of that found in this middle-mountain region. Its style has remained authentic, just like its construction materials: volcanic stone facades, a lauze stone slab roof and double windows. This property once housed the village priest. Now a family home, it still has all of its charm of yesteryear. The narrow street leading to the church runs alongside the property, surrounded by stone walls. A wide flight of stone steps goes up to the front door of the house. A double garage, topped with a little terrace, can be reached from the narrow street.
This house, built of volcanic stone reflecting bluish hues, comprises three levels of living space, each spanning approx. 80 m². The roofs are covered with the lauze stone slabs that are characteristic of the area and well-suited to the region’s mountain climate. The facades feature double windows with a row of small windows preceding the over-hanging eaves. All the openings, including the front door set in the centre of the facade, are enhanced and framed with dressed stone surrounds.
Authentic and therefore exuding charm, this house is like the inhabitants of mountain villages: simple, captivating and welcoming. The seasons here vary greatly and govern the life of the residents. The vast stretches of the Mézenc plateau are still wild and full of interest, both for their plant and their wild life, with their many protected species. The ever-changing panoramic views are astonishing and moving. This area has a very particular way of life, in harmony with nature and its seasons.
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