Detached 13th Century Merchant’s House in Medieval Village in South of France – St Antonin Noble Val, France – €235,000

Detached 13th Century Merchant’s House in Medieval Village in South of France – St Antonin Noble Val, France – €235,000

Good Monday morning! A detached 13th Century merchant’s house in the medieval town of St. Antonin Noble Val, in the south of France.

A really beautiful medieval tower house! The interior feels like a castle, with huge exposed blocks of ancient stone and arched windows and doors. It would be so fun to furnish it in a complementary way and enjoy the fantasy of life in medieval times but with all the modern comforts and conveniences!

From the listing on Leggett:

Full of medieval features, this fully restored 3-storey house sits on the edge of the medieval centre of St Antonin on a quiet lane. Rarely it is completely detached and has walled, paved garden areas to 2 sides for easy maintenance and privacy. Both have access for vehicles. The house has both arched and leaded windows and carved stone lintils, and views to the cliffs above the town. First and second floor sitting rooms both have wood-burners. An excellent home or easily maintained second home.

Ground Floor
Sitting Room 1 (4.7m x 3.8m)
Kitchen/Dining Room (4.8m x 5.4m)

First Floor
Sitting Room 2 (5.3m x 4.9m)
Bedroom 1 (3.6m x 4m)
Bathroom (1.9m x 3.5m)

Second Floor
Sitting Room 3 (5m x 4.7m)
Bedroom 2 (3.4m x 6.4m)

Attic storage space

Paved walled gardens 39m2 and 125m2.

St Antonin has a busy tourist village with a full range of shops, cinema and large Sunday market.

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