Languedoc Roussillon

Beautiful 4 Bedroom, 4 Bathroom Fully Renovated 3 Storey House in Medieval Village

PRICE: EUR €198,000

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Private Seller: Kevin Bayly
Tel: 0044 (0)7825 753735 (UK)

Beautiful medieval property that has undergone an extensive & careful renovation to provide one the highest specification you will find in this area. Every aspect of the property has been renewed and this work was only finished in July 2016. 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and fully fitted kitchen with all mod cons including dishwasher & Washing machine. The property benefits from a south-facing courtyard & is located 35 mins from the Med & 5 mins drive from the world renowned Canal du Midi.

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Beautiful 4 Bedroom, 4 Bathroom  Fully Renovated 3 Storey House in Medieval Village
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Property Details:

Pouzols Minervois is situated in the beautiful region of Aude, which forms part of the Languedoc Roussillon area of Southern West France. Around 2.5 hours to the East you will find Provence, whilst 2.5 hours to the South you will find yourself crossing the Pyrenees and the border into Spain, where it’s possible to reach Barcelona in around 3 hours. Enjoy wine tasting, cycling, and sightseeing at medieval villages and ancient fortress cities, all the way from bustling Carcassonne to the golden sands of the Mediterranean Sea.
When in Aude be prepared to savour the slow easy pace of life the locals call ‘Midi Time’, named after the beautiful Canal Du Midi, which you can find just 10 minutes away. The Canal Du Midi was constructed at the end of the 17th Century and allows the Mediterranean Sea to link to the Atlantic Ocean. It's a World Heritage site and crisscrosses Aude on its way to its destination in Toulouse. Hire a boat for the day or just enjoy sitting drinking a glass of something cool in one of the many canal side village cafes such as Homps, Azille or Ventenac. All of which are close by.
If you fancy cooling down and not going to the beach then why not take advantage of the many lakes and Etangs (salt water lagoons) in this area such as the swimming and leisure lakes at Lac de Jouarre at Homps, Lac de Salagou, and the Etang de Bages with its wind surfing base at La Nautique.

If you want miles of sandy beaches then around 35 minutes away you will find Narbonne Plage and Gruissan Plage. Gruissan has a charming old town and its wide open sand dune backed beaches are popular with wind and kite surfers alike. Narbonne Plage is more refined with a traditional French seaside town feel. Also worth a look slightly up from Narbonne Plage is Valras Plage.

The Medieval walled city of Carcassonne is definitely worth a visit. This also boasts World Heritage status and is the second most visited attraction in France after the Eiffel Tower. The town of Pezenas, just East of Bezier is reputed to be one of the most beautiful in the Languedoc, and if you decide to go definitely try and coincide with Market day on a Saturday.

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