Bargain Friday! Pretty Stone Village House with Terrace to Renovate in the South of France – Nebian, France – $57,459

Lots of potential for this corner house in a quiet street of the village. Bursting with character, with exposed beams, an enormous fireplace and lovely tiled floors and staircases, this little house offers about 65m2 habitable space to organise as you choose. Work is required but the potential is there to create a really charming home.

The house currently comprises: On the ground floor you enter into a rustic kitchen with tiled floor (15m2), a shower room and a workshop to the rear (15m2) with french doors onto the side street. This could be made into habitable space. On the first floor is a living room with an impressive open fire place, a bedroom (15m2) with painted stone walls and a basic ensuite shower room. On the second floor is a second reception room or bedroom (15m2) with a few steps leading up to the south facing terrace (15m2).

Nebian is a medieval village steeped in history and is surrounded by wonderful walks in the vines and olive groves. It has a lively community with lots of activities and clubs. There is a bar/cafe, a primary school, a post office, excellent doctors surgery and a weekly produce market every friday morning.The town of Clermont L’Herault with shops, restaurants, schools, cinema, theatre and a lively weekly market every Wednesday is only 2kms away. With the airport of Montpellier only 58kms away and Beziers 46 kms away, both with budget International flights and trains, Nebian is very well situated. For water sports enthusiasts and nature lovers, Lake Salagou is a short 10 minute drive and the sunny mediterranean beaches only half an hour. Spain is only an hour and a half down the road!
Bargain Friday! Pretty Stone Village House with Terrace to Renovate in the South of France – Nebian, France – $57,459

Happy Bargain Friday! Wouldn’t it be lovely to hop on a flight and escape to the south of France? This pretty stone village house needs some renovation but would be a lovely, warm, sunny hideaway!

From the listing on Leggett:

Lots of potential for this corner house in a quiet street of the village. Bursting with character, with exposed beams, an enormous fireplace and lovely tiled floors and staircases, this little house offers about 65m2 habitable space to organise as you choose. Work is required but the potential is there to create a really charming home.

The house currently comprises: On the ground floor you enter into a rustic kitchen with tiled floor (15m2), a shower room and a workshop to the rear (15m2) with french doors onto the side street. This could be made into habitable space. On the first floor is a living room with an impressive open fire place, a bedroom (15m2) with painted stone walls and a basic ensuite shower room. On the second floor is a second reception room or bedroom (15m2) with a few steps leading up to the south facing terrace (15m2).

Nebian is a medieval village steeped in history and is surrounded by wonderful walks in the vines and olive groves. It has a lively community with lots of activities and clubs. There is a bar/cafe, a primary school, a post office, excellent doctors surgery and a weekly produce market every friday morning.The town of Clermont L’Herault with shops, restaurants, schools, cinema, theatre and a lively weekly market every Wednesday is only 2kms away. With the airport of Montpellier only 58kms away and Beziers 46 kms away, both with budget International flights and trains, Nebian is very well situated. For water sports enthusiasts and nature lovers, Lake Salagou is a short 10 minute drive and the sunny mediterranean beaches only half an hour. Spain is only an hour and a half down the road!

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