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Beautiful 6 Bedroom House For Sale in Aude France

$591,084 | £451,803 | €500,000
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Beautiful 6 Bedroom House For Sale in Aude France Euroresales Property iD- 9825482 Property information: Built around 1900, this classic wine producers house has been modernised to an exceptionally high standard to provide all the homely comforts one would expect. Recently double-glazed and insulated throughout, combined with oil-fired central heating, the house is cool in summer and cosy during the winter months. South facing views toward the Pyrenees over rolling vineyards provide the backdrop to the easily managed garden, terraces and pool. The dual aspect, newly fitted kitchen, has access to both front and side dining terraces. The master bedroom includes a dressing area with jacuzzi. There is a studio for work or play above the 62 sq m garage. The internet is available by landline (6mbps) and 4g (60mbps) Features/Extra Facilities: Built around 1900 Double-Glazed Windows Oil-fired Central Heating South Facing with Amazing Pyrennes Views Private Garden Terraces Private Pool Jacuzzi Garage About the Area: The property is a short walk from 3 renowned vineyards - Domaine La Louviere, Chateau Guilhem and Domaine Gayda (which also has an excellent restaurant). 10 minutes away, by car, through open country side are supermarkets, restaurants and all the other facilities you would expect to find in a town the size of Limoux. A town which is almost permanently in a state of celebration - music, carnival, food and drink. Carcassonne airport, the Canal du Midi and the La Cite (World Heritage site) are 20 minutes away, as is the autoroute that joins Bordeaux to Narbonne. it takes just over an hour to get to Toulouse, the Mediterranean sea and the Pyrenees for winter skiing. When people are not enjoying the local 'terroir' they are taking part in a wide range of activities from cycling to quad biking, from hunting to fishing, from white water rafting to golfing, etc Aude is a department in Southern France, located in the Occitanie region and named after the Aude River. The departmental council also calls it "Cathar Country" (French: Pays cathare) after a group of religious dissidents active in the 12th century. its prefecture is Carcassonne and its subprefectures are Limoux and Narbonne. As of 2016, it had a population of 368,025. Aude is a frequent feminine French given name in Francophone countries, deriving initially from Aude or Oda, a wife of Bertrand, Duke of Aquitaine, and mother of Eudo, brother of Saint Hubertus. Aude was the name of Roland's fiancee in the chansons de geste. Each natural region of the Aude has its own particular landscape. in the east, lagoons or coastal lakes form a barrier between land and sea. These were formed by accumulated sediments brought down by the rivers Aude, Orb and Herault. There are many such lakes of brackish water. This environment is demanding for flora and fauna, as it suffers from the rigours of sea, sun, dryness and floods. Halophile (i.e., salt-loving) plants grow there. The area is also noted for the pink flamingo and white stilt. inland to the east, shrub and scrub dominate the landscape of the drylands of the Aude and Corbieres. This landscape is the result of forest clearance and was maintained by the raising of livestock. The flora is varied and typical with many species of orchids. The Sault countryside is dominated by beech groves and fir plantations up to the mountains. These forests are known for their mushrooms and have a rich flora and fauna, including the Pyrenean lily, the euproctis moth and horsetail of the woods. To the north and west, the Black Mountain country is made up of forests of oak and beech. The Lauragais is a wooded landscape where grain farming has shaped the hills. There are bodies of water like the Lac de la Ganguise. Finally, the high valley of the Aude, otherwise called the Razes, consists of a riparian forest made of beech, alder, poplar or ash. it includes some peatlands that are very rare in southern France. Contact Euroresales Ltd for more information.
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