3337 sqft (310 sqm)
Endowed with picturesque scenery and a Mediterranean climate,
the Gard – known as “La Provence Gardoise” – is a department in
southern France in the Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées
region, with Nîmes and Toulouse as their respective capital.
This fascinating area is much sought after for its wide array of
outdoor recreation; from hiking, biking, canoeing to exploring
Roman vestiges and portions of France Wine Route, which date
back to the 5th century BC.
Nestled in the Cèze Valley, Le Mas Saint-Michel is bounded by
Côtes du Rhône vineyards, olive groves, the Cascades du Sautadet,
and neighbors La Roque-sur-Cèze medieval village.
This 18th century stone farmhouse offers privacy, serenity and
generous living space. Set on 8 plots of about 7 hectares (17.30
acres), it hosts a revamped main house, a dwelling with unfinished
interior, outbuildings, ample parking, two paddocks home to three
graceful Friesian horses and arable land.
Endless possibilities allow the discerning new owner to fully
maximize its potential.
Finely redesigned and upgraded from the years 2010 to 2013, the
350 sq m (3,767 sq ft) three-story South Wing – or Main House –
comprises a lounge, a dual aspect dining and study/library rooms,
an open kitchen, two en suite bedrooms and an apartment.