In a quite part of the village, overlooking and backing onto the river and the famous local stone bridge, this historic 7 bedroomed stone house offers 320 m2 living space comprising a main residence of 4 bedrooms (all ensuite), a 3 bedroomed apartment (own access) with its own terrace, a stone vaulted ceiling restaurant/bar, a garage and large exterior terraces overlooking the river with barbecue area. Private access to the river. Run as a B&B, restaurant and bar, with high proven income.
Bed & Breakfast
Pretty medieval riverside village with shops and restaurants, at 1h from Beziers (airport) and 1h15 from Carcassonne (airport). Part of the newly commissioned walking, hiking and biking trails of the 'voie verte' attracting visitors who walk on the newly restored original wine delivery train lines with stunning views.
In a quite part of the village, overlooking and backing onto the river and the famous local stone bridge, this historic 7 bedroomed stone house offers 320 m2 living space comprising a main residence of 4 bedrooms (all ensuite), a 3 bedroomed apartment (own access) with its own terrace, a stone vaulted ceiling restaurant/bar, a garage and large exterior terraces overlooking the river with barbecue area. Private access to the properties own river beach island in the centre of the slow flowing river. Renovated retaining its original character, charm and features (floors, exposed beams, stone vaulted ceiling, exposed stone walls). Run as a B&B, successful restaurant and bar, with high proven income.
Basement = Entrance of 13.65 m2 (beautiful vaulted entrance, stone and granite steps) + dining room/bar of 54 m2 (stone vaulted ceiling, bar-counter, drinks pumps, cash register, glass washer, fridge, tables, chairs, decorative wine barrel, storage, access to upper and lower terraces, access to upper floors) + WC of 6.65 m2 (WC, double basin, storage, shower area plumbed) + hallway of 3.33 m2 + stairs to ground floor.
Ground = Cafe of 67.33 m2 (sink, storage, water softener, work counters, breakfast bar, storage, open Languedocienne fireplace, Juliette balconies, exposed beams, original stone sink/horse trough, low chest freezer, exposed stone walls, pretty ceramic basin) + WC of 2.26 m2 (basin) + dining room of 22.74 m2 (microwave, fridge-freezer, freezer) + kitchen of 22.97 m2 (private and used as professional kitchen for restaurant and bar : oven, commercial oven, 5 ring bottled gas hob, extractor fan, work island, splashback tiling, shelving, microwave, double sink, fridge, electric hob, exposed beams) + scullery of 3.26 m2 (washing machine, storage) + stairs to 1st floor.
1st (private) = Hallway of 19.32 m2 (video link with numerically controlled code access for guests, access to street, garage and to private owners quarter) + hallway of 5.51 m2 + shower room of 5.04 m2 (shower, double basin, heated towel rail) + WC of 1.9 m2 + bedroom of 9.62 m2 (internal shutters, integrated wardrobes) + bedroom of 10.79 m2 (fitted cupboard) + bedroom of 8.66 m2 (fitted cupboard) + lounge of 42.06 m2 with access to terrace of 9 m2 + garage of 33.48 m2 (storage, boiler, hot water heat exchange system) + mezzanine to garage of 20.16 m2 + stairs to 2nd floor (movement controlled lighting).
2nd = Hallway of 26.90 m2 (stunning exposed beams) + bedroom of 11.05 m2 with dressing of 6.47 m2 and ensuite of 3.88 m2 (WC, basin, shower) + bedroom of 12.69 m2 (exposed beams) with ensuite of 2.83 m2 (WC, basin, shower) + bedroom of 18.81 m2 (exposed beams) with ensuite of 3.01 m2 (WC, basin, shower) + bedroom of 23.13 m2 (family room, exposed beams, 2 double beds, 2 single beds) with ensuite of 2.78 m2 (WC, basin, shower).
Outside = Exterior lighting and electricity access points + upper terrace of 9 m2 (furnished, off dining room/bar, steps to lower terrace) + barbecue and salad garden of 24.79 m2 (barbecues, electricity points, sink, work counters) + lower terrace/outdoor dining of 80 m2 + salad garden of 5 m2 (fig tree) + macerator area + upper terrace of 9 m2 (private owners quarters) + access to private river and river island (steps to foresee, about 2000 €).
Sundry = High proven revenue + furniture, bar, restaurant, B&B contents included (save personal affairs) + stock to negotiate + connected to mains sewer and water + annual property tax around 1900€ + underfloor heating + oil central heating + off street parking for owners + good structural state + own website/social media presence included + bookings to be honoured + partially double glazed + south facing orientation + original features + some refreshments to forsee + reversible climate control (currently unused) + smoke alarm.
Price = 540.000 € (Large and rare stone riverside property with own river access, successful bar and restaurant & B&B in a popular medieval village. Excellent revenue, stunning views !)
The prices are inclusive of agents fees (paid by the vendors). The notaire's fees have to be paid on top at the actual official rate.
The department of Hérault is in the Languedoc-Roussillon region located in the south of France. It is surrounded by the Pyrénées-Orientales, Ariège, Tarn and Aude departments.
Widely regarded as possibly the most dynamic department in Languedoc Roussillon with Montpellier as its capital and the popular seaside resorts of Sete and Grande Motte bringing in millions of tourists every summer, the Hérault department is certainly busy and growing.
But despite all the activity along the coast, the interior of Hérault is as beautiful and unspoiled as it has always been. The Hérault countryside is glorious, driving away from the coast into the foothills of the Black Mountains you can get lost in an ocean of vines.
Villages in the department of Hérault are incredibly pretty. Roquebrun is stunning, with its bridge and old water mill on the river Orb. St Guilhem-le-Desert is also beautiful - and one of Languedoc’s top tourist spots.
Hérault is also a favourite of Brits looking to move to the area. Pézenas and Lodève are both popular towns - Pézenas used to be the region’s capital and is becoming quite chic.
In short - the department combines beautiful countryside with the buzz and glamour of a major city (Montpellier).
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