In the beautiful listed village of Montolieu, character house in village centre with two renovated gites, set in a mature garden with swimming pool, garage, cellars ...
The garden level is all about wine : this house was a winery from the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century. A must see.
Situated in a very sought after location, fully renovated property with the 3 bedroom main house (200 m2), two attached gites (60 m2, 76 m2) the huge cellars from the 19th century.
Within walking distances of all amenities.
This village, full of history is a paradise ; it is called "le village du livre" where a cosmopolitan community lives. Very touristic, ideal for running gites.
Very easy access to Toulouse Airport : 1 hour driving.
Carcassonne airport : 20 minutes driving.
The main house offers,
Ground floor : a kitchen (21 m2) fully equipped with french door with easy access to a shaded terrace. A large family room (46 m2) with a fireplace. A living room (22 m2) with access to the second terrace (33m2) with a marvellous view on to the village.
A bedroom (11 m2), a shower room (5,6 m2), a storage (6 m2), wc.
First floor : a bedroom (17 m2), a large bathroom with a shower and a bath (14 m2), and a very large bedroom (45 m2) which can be easily converted into a studio.
The first gite offers a family room with a kitchen area (27 m2), a TV living room (10 m2), a master ensuite bedroom (15 m2) with a beautiful bathroom.
The second gite is composed of a family room (34 m2) with a kitchen area, 2 bedrooms (10 m2, 15 m2), 2 shower rooms, a laundry.
The huge garden level (200 m2) is full of history : there are all the old wine barels of the winery !
The garden (2162 m2) has a lot of mature trees, a nice swimming pool, two workshops tools, a garage (3 cars).
No work needed, ready for running gites !
La Montagne Noire also known as the Black Mountains in English is a mountain range in central southern France. It is located at the southwestern end of the Massif Central in the border area of the Tarn, Hérault and Aude departments. Its highest point is the Pic de Nore at 1,210 metres (3,970 ft).
It has both rural charm and scenery to take your breath away – dappled forests and epic mountain lakes, wooded slopes and pastures ...
Hidden gems like medieval listed villages, beautiful lakes, and unspoilt nature everywhere.
- Special class
- 2,162 m²
- 340 m²
- All bathrooms
- Garage car spaces