Located at an altitude of 770 m set in the middle of meadows and woods, these old mountain houses and natural stone barns have been restored into 3 dwellings.
This property is made up of 6 buildings, forming a small hamlet. Two of them have been renovated and are managed by the current owners as gites, the main house is also completely renovated but there are a further 3 other outbuildings in the which could be restored.
The owners have retained the traditional character of the hamlet and this unique property offers magnificent mountain views and complete privacy.
The largest building is 125m² with 3 bedrooms, 1 large living / dining room with underfloor heating and an eqipped kitchen, shower room, wc and terrace. On the ground floor you find a staircase giving access to the two rooms in the tower.
The third bedroom is accessed by a second staircase. There is a private terrace on the north side.
The second building is 70m² with 2 bedrooms, 1 large living / dining room, an equipped kitchen area, large fireplace, shower room, wc, terrace.
The property has direct access through a French window onto a private flowered terrace. On the 1st floor, you have 2 bedrooms.
The main house is 100m² and has a large open plan, split-level living / dining room with kitchen area. A shower room and 2 double bedrooms.
The 3 other outbuildings could be renovated to provide workshops or additional accommodation, all set on a plot of 15954m2.
A barn to be restored (48.50m on the ground, interior surface) with a wall adjoining the owners' house (ideal for an extension with a panoramic view on the Mont Vallier)
The second barn to restore, independent (31m on the ground, interior surface) panoramic view on the Mont Vallier
Plus a house to restore, still independent (40m on the ground, interior surface) located above the others with panoramic view on the Mont Vallier.
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