This small stone-built village house forms part of an XVIII century ‘Mas’; it features an open aspect over wooded area. The house has three floors. The following are approximate dimensions of each room:
Bedroom – 17m2
En suite shower room – 2m2
Enclosed space housing internet / TV
Storage space – 5m2
Landing used as library area – 6.5m2
Bedroom 1 –10m2
Office / bedroom 2 –7m2
Bathroom with shower over bath – 3m2
Living / sitting room with log-burning stove – 23m2
Separate kitchen, with under floor heating and electric blinds – 8.25m2
Double glazing and new generation electric heaters throughout.
Patio and small walled garden with lawn and flower beds.
Shed for storing garden furniture and tools.
DPE GES : D (de 21 à 35) Classe énergie : F (de 331 à 450)
Tax fonciere : 327€ The running costs of this house are extremely low.
Although used as a permanent residence, it would serve very well as a lock up and leave holiday residence.
Colonzelle, is a small village, of approximately 500 inhabitants just north of the Enclave des Papes and the Vaucluse. There are tennis courts and many pretty walks in and around the village. It is 5kms south-east of Grignan, a beautiful walled village which is a hub of activity, particularly during the summer: It is renowned for its Château, Mme Sevigné’s letters (festival of correspondence), its roses, and its many festivals. It is very pleasant to live in the tranquillity of Colonzelle whilst having all the benefits of Grignan just a few minutes away.
The village is less than fifteen minutes from the A7 motorway which goes north to Lyon and south to Marseilles, linking up with the A9 to Arles, Nimes and Montpellier. The wild natural beauty of the Ardèche is less than thirty minutes drive, with its grottos and canoeing activities. The area is also renowned for its hill top villages.
Airports: Marseilles, Nimes, Montpellier, Lyons and Grenoble.
Trains TGV (express) : Montélimar, Avignon et Valence