French Property of the Week: Renovated 12th century water mill in south of France

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French Property of the Week: Renovated 12th century water mill in south of France
Photo: Legett Immobilier

Fancy waking up to the sound of a flowing river? Look no further than our Property of the Week, a recently renovated riverside mill in the South of France.


Where is it?
This riverside mill is located in the historic town of Suave, in the Gard department near Montpellier, south of France. 
The village property is less than 2 kilometres from amenities, 35 kilometres from the Roman city of Nîmes and 50 kilometres Montpellier international airport.
How much does it cost? 
It's on the market for €370,000 or £316,546 depending on exchange rates. 
Describe the house: 
Renovated in 2015, this water mill has been converted into a 4 bedroom home right on the river Vidourle. 
For the price, you get a garage, 820m² of fenced garden, four terraces to catch the sun at any time of the day as well as a private dock on the river for a boat.
Double glazed and insulated, the historic property is in good condition, with opportunity for further renovations such as on the wooden beams on the ground floor. 
Why buy it?
Legett Immobilier says: "You'll feel on an island in the middle of the historic district. Ideal as a second home or family home."


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