Mas, Farm For Sale in Perpignan area, Languedoc Roussillon, South of France


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Reference: 2436
Price: 572 000€ - £522 482 - $665 465
(Agency fee paid by seller)
Land area: 8896 m² (2.2 acres)
Surface: 166 m²
Transformable area: 42 m²
Number of bedrooms: 5
Gîtes possibility: yes


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18th Century charming Catalan Mas, 166m², 5 bedrooms, lovely setting with views of the Albères mountains, edge of village, room 42m² to renovate, pool with pool house, garage 23m², ancient spring, well, abundance of fruit trees, very private, grounds 8896m², quiet with basic amenitites at walking distance, ideal for gîte or B&B activity or lovely family home

This 18th Century typical Catalan Mas and its grounds are a private idyll situated on the edge of a village, in the area of Perpignan, Languedoc-Roussillon, Occitanie, South of France. There is easy access to Perpignan, shopping, airports, the Mediterranean, the mountains and Spain with views of the Albères mountains from the gardens. The house, with 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms has been tastefully renovated with exposed beams and traditional brickwork and is immediately habitable. With a renovated surface of 166m² plus 42m² to renovate this is a property large enough to embrace country living on a manageable scale, either as a private home or as a B&B. The space to renovate is part of the house and thus easily convertible and could become extra bedrooms or a separate studio for letting. The gardens, entirely enclosed by fencing, are a labour of love, separated into zones for leisure, and for fruit and vegetable production. A real corner of paradise!

Description of the Building
The house offers 166m² of living space over 3 floors.
Ground floor: Access from a large terrace-
Living room 34m² fireplace with insert, fitted kitchen in solid wood with dining area and Godin stove17 m²- electric oven,& gas/electric hob, study 7m² bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet 3m²
Wooden staircase from living room to-
First floor: Mezzanine 23m² overlooking living room, bedroom 12m² with corner bath, washbasin and bidet, Landing 10m², bathroom with bath and washbasin 2m², bedroom 9m², bedroom 10m², bedroom 15m² with built-in solid wood mezzanine bed, separate WC 2m².
Open staircase up to-
Second Floor: Landing 1m², storage 2m², attic bedroom 12m² (23m² floorspace)

The pool 4.5 x 7m, has a pool house that has been fitted out to be used as extra accommodation in summer months for family with a sleeping area, shower and washbasin and is enclosed with hedging, making a very private sunbathing area.
Garage 23m2

Grounds
The property sits on 8896m² of land accessed by a private gate, with speaker phone and remote control from the house. The leisure gardens around the house are planted with Mediterranean species, with a lawned area with watering system and numerous fruit trees- apple, fig, cherry, peach, apricot, almond, hazelnut, walnut, pear and pomegranate, to name but a few. Large vegetable gardens overlook neighbouring vines. An ancient spring that was once the only source of water for the village is a feature of the garden, and a wrought iron cross marks the historic importance to past inhabitants that worked the land of this area. A large paved terrace in front of the house, with beautifully pruned trees to create shade, gives extra outdoor living space in warmer months, with a built-in brick BBQ and oven for outdoor cooking. Water comes from the natural spring, a well and a forage but could also be connected to mains. Septic tank conforming to actual law.

General Condition
The mas has been restored and improved over a period of 30 years by the current owner and is immediately habitable.  The original features, stone and brickwork and exposed wooden beams lend an old-style charm, but the renovation has been thorough with new floorboards and tiling, insulated roof, and a recently installed septic tank. Electric radiators throughout, fireplace with insert in living room. Two hot water tanks divide the supply to the two halves of the house to economise when there are no guests.

Comment
A beautiful property with the feel to be in the country side but actually at the edge of a village with basic amenities. Lovely established gardens with natural water supply. This charming property can be a wonderful family home, and  with real potential for B&B/gîte activity.

Price: 572 000€ - £522 482 - $665 465 (Agency fee paid by seller)

DPE rating

162

GES rating

5


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