October 26, 2015

Landmark medieval property near Uzes

 

Le Muguet near the Pont du Gard, Languedoc

Share for sale: (four weeks per year) of Le Muguet LLC- $63900

Le Muguet fractional ownership near Uzes

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Fleur d’Uzes-le Muguet (Flower of Uzes-Lily of the Valley) is an apt name for this deeded fractional ownership property as Uzes was in sad decline after World War II. Because of Uzes’ great architectural interest & with ramparts surrounding the Bishop’ Palace, it was listed as a city of artistic and historical interest in 1967 (thus its reflowering~) Lily of the Valley is symbolic of our new home in nearby Vers it was built from an ancient monastery and our flower is a symbol of purity.

Property highlights:

  • Lovely vaulted ceilings in salon
  • Historic landmark property in Vers Pont du Gard ( lovingly referred to as “Our castle”)
  • Two bedroom, two bath (with sleeper sofa in salon)
  • Village with all amenities
  • Rooftop terrace overlooking boules court

Price per rotating four week share- $63900
Total refurbishment: Yes
Parking- yes
Est. annual charge/share -600 euros
Nearest airport: Montpelier, Nimes, Avignon
By train: TGV to Avignon/ bus to Vers Pont du Gard- 30 minutes

Great location:

The village of Vers-Pont-du-Gard is a typical Provencal village with all the amenties; a B&B, restaurant, bar, store, Mairie and of course, the village square with boules court, just below our home. With the charm of small village life but right down the road from city life in Uzes, Nimes, Arles, and Aviignon, what could be better? Schedule a local cooking class, explore the villages of Peter Mayle fame, or canoe down the river, your life in southern France has just  begun.

Le Muguet fractional property near Uzes

Le Muguet after kitchen

Our home includes: 40m² living room with fireplace and vaulted ceiling, a fully fitted kitchen,2 Bedrooms, 2 baths and a 34m² roof-terrace as well as a patio overlooking the village square.

 

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With a lovely view of the village and the mountains, the stone quarries of Vers were the source for the foundation of the Pont du Gard Roman aquaduct, one of the most visited sites in all of France.

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