3 bedroom terraced house for sale
France - Languedoc-Roussillon, Aude, Narbonne-Plage
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- In the heart of a protected mediterranean area
- 3 miles beach of golden sand within walking distance
- Traditional Southern French architecture
This gated development of only 34 apartments and terraced houses is located in Narbonne-Plage. The development is just on the fringe of a vast protected natural area, the Clape Mountain, a wide area of protected nature covering 80 000 hectares (25 000 acres) planted in vineyards, olive and pine trees, scrubland and cypress.
A 3 miles golden sand beach is within walking distance along with all the amenities of a small sized seaside resort. The development is made of two and three bedroom apartments or terraced houses.
- 2 bdr terraced houses range in size from 57 sqm + 23 sqm garden and 12 sqm terrace priced at 168 900 € to 69 sqm + 32 sqm garden and 17 sqm terrace priced at 189 700 €
- only one 3 bdr terraced house of 82 sqm + 35 sqm of outside space priced at 219 800 €
- 2 bdr flats of 63 sqm +11 sqm outside space priced at 171 200 €
- 3 bdr flats of 76 sqm + 68 sqm of outside space priced at 199 800 €
It is the 3rd and last phase of an existing development built in 2008. The last phase is due for delivery 4th quarter 2016 but only a few units are left already.
Narbonne-Plage, coastal resort of the town of Narbonne, enjoys a blessed geographical position. Far from other densely developed and overpopulated beach resorts of the Languedoc coastline, Narbonne-Plage is a family-oriented resort with a 3 miles beach of fine golden sand. One reason for it not being overcrowded is that it is leaning against the Clape Mountain, which is part of a very wide area of protected nature: the Narbonnaise Natural Regional Park which covers 80 000 hectares (25 000 acres) and is one of the last major preserved sites of this size on the French Mediterranean coast. This Natural Regional Park guarantees that the land cannot be built and wild Mediterranean landscape is preserved. Thus Narbonne-Plage has the double and rare advantage of enjoying a flat coastline with a very long sandy beach and small harbour along with, at its back, a typical Mediterranean landscape of craggy hills, planted in Southern vegetation such as pine trees, olive trees, cypresses, vines, scrubland and the Mediterranean aromatics herbs like thyme, rosemary and fenel. This place is therefore ideal for the practice of many sports: all types of water sports of course, as well as cycling along the flat coastline and also hiking along the endless tracks of the Clape Mountain amongst the humming of cicadas and the delightful scent of pines. In fact Narbonne-Plage could be the quintessence of the Mediterranean world. If this sounds too good to be true, there are a few drawbacks. As this seaside resort started being developed in the 60's, some of the village centre buildings are a bit old fashioned and would need a good restyling. The good point though is that there are very few high-rise buildings and most housings are private villas set in gardens of good size for coastal standards, with vegetation that has had time to grow. Given the blessed geography of Narbonne-Plage, there are high chances that big renovation projects will be carried out in order to make the most of this exceptional location. This is the case with this project. Other new developments have been recently built in Languedoc-style architecture and have changed the physiognomy of the town. As a consequence Narbonne-Plage has started having more full-time residents, be it retired people or young actives with family working in the Narbonne area. As a matter of fact, the town of Narbonne is just a 15 minutes' drive and provides an even wider range of amenities, shops and shopping malls.
- Perpignan (Rivesaltes) (International), 54.1 miles
- Carcassonne (International), 69.2 miles
- Méditerranée (International), 79.7 miles
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