Saint-Andre-d'Olerargues, Gard

Saint-Andre-d'Olerargues, Gard, France, 30330

For Sale

€695,000

REF: 831478 €695,000


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This traditional 18th Century 4-bedroom Provencal property has been fully renovated but retains all its original charm and character. Their accommodation is set out across two independent but adjoining buildings, meaning that this could be run as a gite/B+B.... This traditional 18th Century 4-bedroom Provencal property has been fully renovated but retains all its original charm and character.

Their accommodation is set out across two independent but adjoining buildings, meaning that this could be run as a gite/B+B. There's a beautiful pool, courtyard and terrace. There's a restaurant and bakery about 1km away.The property is set out around a central courtyard and there's a generous 255m2 of habitable space across the main house and the gite (which interconnect at the living room level).

Here's the layout of the accommodation:Main house:First floor:Living room (36 m2) with fireplace and wood-burning stoveDining room (18 m2)Fitted kitchen and pantry (18 m2)Bedroom 1 with en suite a bathroomOffice/Snug(The living areas and kitchen all open onto the terrace and pool)Upper floor:Master suite (54 m2) which consists of a large bedroom, private terrace (12m2), dressing room and en suite bathroom.Guest cottage:The guest cottage is accessed either via the main house or via a private independent entrance.First floorLiving room (32 m2) with fabulous viewsSmall kitchen (10m2)Ground flooraccessed by a stone staircase, two bedrooms and a bathroom open onto the courtyard.The property also has two duplex rooms (structural work already done) that could add 32 m2 of living space.Outside:The courtyard provides the focal point of the property and features a pool with steps (4.9m x 4.7m) and a large terrace, perfect for al fresco dining.

From here there are lovely views over the surrounding hills and the village.Below the property is a wine cellar, workshop and utility room. There's also a garage with automatic doors.Situated about 100m from the property is a separate plot of land, planted with olive trees, which measures just under an acre (3,400m2).

This plot is not constructible.Location: The house is situated in a small hilltop hamlet with beautiful views of the surrounding countryisde. There is a bakery and restaurant about 1km away and a wide selection of shops and the supermarket are a drive of about 7km. The property is situated in the top corner of the Gard, bordering the Vaucluse and Ardeche departments.

The river Rhone forms one of the borders and there is some fabulous picnic, exploring and wild swimming opportunities all along that stretch. Nimes airport is about an hour away and other towns and villages in the area well worth exploring include Pont-Saint-Esprit, Bagnols-sur-Ceze, Uzes, Remoulins and Avignon.Additional info:Bedrooms: 4Bathrooms: 3Receptions: 3Habitable space: 255m2Plot size: 803m2 + separate plot of 3,400m2DPE rating: EBroadband: YesHeating: Gas central heatingDrainage: MainsYear of construction: 18th centuryDistance to shops: 7kmDistance to airport: 1hr (Nimes)Please note: Agency fees are included in the advertised price and are payable by the purchaser.

All locations and sizes are approximate. La Residence has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading. However, this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are either given or implied.Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Georisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr* Traditional 18th Century Provencal property* 4 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms* Separate guest accomodation* Lovely swimming pool & terrace* Beautiful views* Stunning master suite* Wine cellar and workshop* Private parking* Separate plot of land* 1km from bakery & restaurant
This traditional 18th Century 4-bedroom Provencal property has been fully renovated but retains all its original charm and character. Their accommodation is set out across two independent but adjoining buildings, meaning that this could be run as a gite/B+B.... This traditional 18th Century 4-bedroom Provencal property has been fully renovated but retains all its original charm and character.

Their accommodation is set out across two independent but adjoining buildings, meaning that this could be run as a gite/B+B. There's a beautiful pool, courtyard and terrace. There's a restaurant and bakery about 1km away.The property is set out around a central courtyard and there's a generous 255m2 of habitable space across the main house and the gite (which interconnect at the living room level).

Here's the layout of the accommodation:Main house:First floor:Living room (36 m2) with fireplace and wood-burning stoveDining room (18 m2)Fitted kitchen and pantry (18 m2)Bedroom 1 with en suite a bathroomOffice/Snug(The living areas and kitchen all open onto the terrace and pool)Upper floor:Master suite (54 m2) which consists of a large bedroom, private terrace (12m2), dressing room and en suite bathroom.Guest cottage:The guest cottage is accessed either via the main house or via a private independent entrance.First floorLiving room (32 m2) with fabulous viewsSmall kitchen (10m2)Ground flooraccessed by a stone staircase, two bedrooms and a bathroom open onto the courtyard.The property also has two duplex rooms (structural work already done) that could add 32 m2 of living space.Outside:The courtyard provides the focal point of the property and features a pool with steps (4.9m x 4.7m) and a large terrace, perfect for al fresco dining.

From here there are lovely views over the surrounding hills and the village.Below the property is a wine cellar, workshop and utility room. There's also a garage with automatic doors.Situated about 100m from the property is a separate plot of land, planted with olive trees, which measures just under an acre (3,400m2).

This plot is not constructible.Location: The house is situated in a small hilltop hamlet with beautiful views of the surrounding countryisde. There is a bakery and restaurant about 1km away and a wide selection of shops and the supermarket are a drive of about 7km. The property is situated in the top corner of the Gard, bordering the Vaucluse and Ardeche departments.

The river Rhone forms one of the borders and there is some fabulous picnic, exploring and wild swimming opportunities all along that stretch. Nimes airport is about an hour away and other towns and villages in the area well worth exploring include Pont-Saint-Esprit, Bagnols-sur-Ceze, Uzes, Remoulins and Avignon.Additional info:Bedrooms: 4Bathrooms: 3Receptions: 3Habitable space: 255m2Plot size: 803m2 + separate plot of 3,400m2DPE rating: EBroadband: YesHeating: Gas central heatingDrainage: MainsYear of construction: 18th centuryDistance to shops: 7kmDistance to airport: 1hr (Nimes)Please note: Agency fees are included in the advertised price and are payable by the purchaser.

All locations and sizes are approximate. La Residence has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading. However, this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are either given or implied.Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Georisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr* Traditional 18th Century Provencal property* 4 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms* Separate guest accomodation* Lovely swimming pool & terrace* Beautiful views* Stunning master suite* Wine cellar and workshop* Private parking* Separate plot of land* 1km from bakery & restaurant
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Saint-Andre-d'Olerargues, Gard, France, 30330

Interested in this property? Don't lose out to currency fluctuations changing the price you pay...

Many overseas buyers in France do not realise they can lose thousands of pounds through adverse currency exchange rate movements.

The property buying process in France takes time; it could be up to six months between seeing the property of your dreams and actually taking ownership. So how much would this €695,000 property cost you?

Property Price € Minimum cost in the last six months Maximum cost in the last six months Fluctuating exchange rates over the last six months could have increased the cost of this property by
€695,000 £586,274 £603,913 £17,639
Property Price € €695,000
Minimum cost in the last six months £586,274
Maximum cost in the last six months £603,913
Fluctuating exchange rates over the last six months could have increased the cost of this property by £17,639

Saint-Andre-d'Olerargues, Gard, France, 30330

Interested in this property? Don't lose out to currency fluctuations changing the price you pay...

Many overseas buyers in France do not realise they can lose thousands of pounds through adverse currency exchange rate movements.

The property buying process in France takes time; it could be up to six months between seeing the property of your dreams and actually taking ownership. So how much would this €695,000 property cost you?

Property Price € Minimum cost in the last six months Maximum cost in the last six months Fluctuating exchange rates over the last six months could have increased the cost of this property by
€695,000 £586,274 £603,913 £17,639
Property Price € €695,000
Minimum cost in the last six months £586,274
Maximum cost in the last six months £603,913
Fluctuating exchange rates over the last six months could have increased the cost of this property by £17,639

The exchange rate on the day you make an offer on your property in France will not be the same as the rate you pay when you complete on your purchase, as currency markets move constantly. Any large rate movements may take it beyond your price range as the chart above illustrates the fluctuation and how much extra your property could have cost you.

The best way to avoid this significant risk is to plan your budget and currency strategy with an experienced currency specialist. They have been known to save you up to 4% compared to many high street banks, £4,000 for every £100,000, which soon adds up. They will also keep you up to date on market movements, help you set a rate in advance with a product called a Forward Contract - so you know exactly what you will pay for your property in sterling.

This is why we recommend Smart Currency Exchange Ltd. If exchange rate movements continue to be as unpredictable and as significant as they have been in the past then by not using Smart Currency Exchange Ltd your property could cost you £17,639 more.

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