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Village House, Terrace, Large Garage EUR132,000

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Village house located in the centre of the village, with 96 m2 living space to refresh (including 3 bedrooms), possibility to create a studio of about 25 m2 and a large garage of 50 m2. Potential.

LOCATION: Nice village with all shops, 15 minutes from Beziers, 20 minutes from the motorway and 30 minutes from the coast.

GROUND FLOOR: Entrance hall of 2 m2, room to renovate of 13 m2 leading onto another room of 12 m2 (possibility to create a studio), garage of about 50 m2.

1st FLOOR: Lounge/living room of 30 m2, dining room of about 20 m2, semi equipped kitchen of 18 m2 leading onto a terrace of about 20 m2 with barbecue, washroom of 8 m2 (shower, washbasin, bidet), wc.

2nd FLOOR: Hall of about 1.5 m2, bedroom of 13.2 m2 avec access to a bedroom of 9 m2, bedroom of 14 m2.

MORE DETAILS: Oil central heating, annual land tax of about 600 euros, modernisation and renovation to foresee.

Large house with potential.

NOTE: the location is described in our descriptive but we cannot supply the address of the property, we can describe the area and will of course inform you if there is any 'blight' or nuisance near the property so you can book a viewing in confidence, ask for more details.

The department of Herault is in the Languedoc-Roussillon region located in the south of France. It is surrounded by the Pyrenees-Orientales, Ariege, Tarn and Aude departments.

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