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3 bedrooms house in Gironde (33), France

470 000€


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    Property Description What an amazing and impressive house with garden, situated in the heart of Saint-Emilion, a beautiful medieval Town famous for wine! SummaryThis amazing property is situated in the centre of St Emilion, a picturesque medieval town located in the Bordeaux wine region of France. Its renowned for its world-class wines, rich history, and stunning architecture. The house would be suitable as a holiday home and ideal for renting out, as this Town is very popular with tourists. The house is accessed down a pretty cobbled street, the house is 134m2 and is full of charm and character, the garden is 400m2 and has an impressive cave a well and views over the chateau and church. The house needs a little TLC, there is a kitchen, lounge and dining room and cloakroom, the staircase leads to the landing and to 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is a summer kitchen. This is a pretty house and a very quirky house. If you adore the charm of an old French property and want to be in an area where you can walk to the bars and restaurants and visit monuments such as the vastest monolithic church of Europe, the Hermitage carved out of a natural cavern, the Trinity Chapel, the Catacombs and the Monolithic Church, entirely carved out of solid limestone. This property would be ideal for you, you can also visit the famous chateaux on a train and sample the excellent wines then walk or stagger back to this gem of a house! I have lots of photos and videos, please email for more detailsLocationSaint-Émilion is a picturesque medieval town located in the Bordeaux wine region of France. Its renowned for its world-class wines, rich history, and stunning architecture. Here are some key points about Saint-Émilion:Wine Production: Saint-Émilion is primarily known for its high-quality red wines, which are predominantly made from Merlot and Cabernet Franc grapes. These wines are often described as robust, full-bodied, and complex, with flavours ranging from dark fruits to earthy notes.Classification: The wines of Saint-Émilion are classified under the appellation dorigine contrôlée (AOC) system. The classification system in Saint-Émilion is unique in that it is revised every ten years, with vineyards evaluated and potentially promoted or demoted based on quality and consistency.Vineyards and Terroir: The vineyards surrounding Saint-Émilion are situated on limestone hillsides, which contribute to the unique character of the wines. The regions diverse terroir, combined with a favourable climate influenced by the nearby Dordogne River, creates optimal conditions for grape cultivation.Historical Importance: Saint-Émilion has a rich history dating back to Roman times when vine cultivation began in the region. The town itself is named after a Breton monk, Émilion, who settled in the area in the 8th century and became a hermit. Over the centuries, Saint-Émilion grew into a thriving center of wine production and trade.Architecture and Landmarks: The town of Saint-Émilion is characterized by its charming cobblestone streets, historic buildings, and ancient vineyards. Notable landmarks include the Monolithic Church of Saint-Émilion, a stunning underground church carved out of limestone, and the Saint-Émilion Bell Tower, which offers panoramic views of the surrounding vineyards.Tourism: Saint-Émilion is a popular tourist destination, attracting wine enthusiasts, history buffs, and travellers seeking picturesque scenery. Visitors can explore the towns many wine shops, tasting rooms, and Michelin-starred restaurants, as well as take guided tours of local vineyards and wineries.Overall, Saint-Émilion is a captivating destination that seamlessly blends wine, history, and culture, making it a must-visit for anyone traveling to the Bordeaux region of France.


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