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Beautiful and Spacious Old Stonehouse with 5 Bedrooms, Fournes, Gard, France

Beautiful and Spacious Old Stonehouse with 5 Bedrooms, Fournes, Gard, France

Beautiful and Spacious Old Stonehouse with 5 Bedrooms, Fournes, Gard, France 

Euroresales Property ID – 9826247


Fournes 30210, 




With its charming towns and villages along the breath-taking Mediterranean coastline, the South of France continues to be one of the most desirable places across Europe to be at any time of year.  On offer here is the chance to invest into this consistently beautiful part of the world with this magnificent property.

Located in the picturesque commune of Fournes, in the Gard department, this amazing property features 4 bedrooms (with option for 5), 3.5 bathrooms, open plan living room, large kitchen, utility room, double garage, 2 balconies and a 2 terrace areas (including a fantastic rooftop terrace) to bask in the famous Mediterranean climate.  

This property not only offers buyers a wonderful, spacious and comfortable place to live but is also a venture into France’s lucrative holiday rental market, which is going through a golden age right now thanks to the emergence of direct rental sites such as Airbnb and booking.com. Fournes is a fantastic place in its own right and is also a great location from which to explore the many other wonderful parts of France such as nearby Avignon, Nimes, Montpellier and Marseille.  As well as being close to essential amenities, this property has the added advantage of being surrounded by limitless areas of outstanding natural beauty, such as the nearby Camargue Regional Nature Park and the iconic Rhone River.  The property is also close to limitless places of historical significance such as the Pont du Gard, one of the most popular tourist attractions in France. 

The house has in fact already successfully been used in the holiday rental market and many excellent reviews from satisfied customers can be found on the following website: http://www.mediterraneanhomes.org/testimonials

One other huge draw is the fact that the property is surrounded by a vast range of spectacular walking, cycling, water sports and fishing areas and there are also many excellent golf courses nearby such as at Uzes (https://www.golfuzes.fr/en/home )  Nimes (http://golfnimescampagne.com) and Montpellier (https://www.massane.com/en/golf-montpellier-south-france) .  Soccer fans will also be delighted by the fact the property is just 20 minutes away from the stadium of Nimes, who compete in France’s top division, Ligue 1.  The stadiums of Montpellier and, one of Europe’s biggest clubs, Marseille, are also just over 1 hour away from the property, as are the stadium’s of Castres and Montpellier from France’s top Rugby Division, the Top 14, widely regarded as the strongest Rugby division in the world.  

The area is very well connected via road, rail and the air, with the nearest international airport at  Nimes  just 30 minutes away.  This of course is yet another huge plus point in the context of the holiday rental and commuter markets.  


A spacious old stone house, full of character and Provencal charm, sleeping up to 8 people.


Large imposing 3 storey entrance hall leads up stone staircase to mezzanine and main living areas.


Comfortably seats 8 people, has a log fire for winter and opens onto the first floor terrace


There are four large double  bedrooms plus a fifth for occasional use. Each on different floors, they offer maximum privacy.

Bedroom 1 is located on the ground floor, ensuite with the blue bathroom. Has marble fireplace, walk-in wardrobe and  direct access to basement balcony.

Bedroom 2: Is located on the first floor, is bright and airy with windows on three sides. Currently holds a decent sized desk and bookshelves.  Is situated close to the stone bathroom and has access to the first floor balcony.

Bedroom 3: located on the top floor with sweeping views of rooftops and countryside through floor to ceiling windows. This bedroom has its own shower cubical, desk and direct access to the top floor terrace.

Bedroom 4:  Spacious, rustic family room currently with large bed & two single beds. Ensuite shower enclave with WC basin and shower.  If the house is being rented there is the option of keeping this area locked for personal use if required.

Bedroom 5: 'The Owl's Nest' located above the mezzanine level in the main hall. This is a cosy occasional sleeping area that can convert into a sitting area during the day. A great nook to read or watch DVD's.


There are 2 bathrooms with shower, bath and toilet.  In addition bedroom 3 has its own simple shower cubicle.  Bedroom 4 has a shower enclave with WC basin & shower.  There is a separate WC in the utility room.

LAUNDRY:  There is a utility room with washing machine, drier, sink,  iron and additional WC on the ground floor.


Is fully equipped with gas stove, electric oven, microwave, refrigerators, dishwasher, butcher's block and all kitchen appliances

DINING: The large dining table comfortably sits 10 people and has views to the Provencal countryside.

FIRST FLOOR TERRACE:  a courtyard shaded with vines, olive and oleander. Perfect for lunch on hot days.

ROOFTOP TERRACE: A beautiful area to take in the sweeping views over breakfast, have a private sunbathe or watch the sun go down with a cool drink.


Double Garage giving direct access to entrance hall as well as to street through folding mahogany doors. Street entrance tight but fine once you have the hang of it.


France seduces travellers with its unfalteringly familiar culture, woven around cafe terraces, village-square markets and lace-curtained bistros with their plat du jour (dish of the day) chalked on the board.

France is about world-class art and architecture. Its iconic landmarks are known the world over with rising stars yet to be discovered. This country's cultural repertoire is staggering – in volume and diversity. And this is where the beauty of la belle France lies: when superstars such as Mademoiselle Eiffel, royal Versailles and the celebrity-ridden French Riviera have been ticked off, there’s ample more to thrill. France is, after all, the world's top tourism destination with some 89 million visitors each year who flock to the land of the Gauls to feast on its extraordinary wealth of museums, galleries, ateliers (artist workshops) and hands-on cultural experiences.

Fournes is a small working village in the south of France about 20kms west from Avignon.  It is sited on a small hillock surrounded by vineyards and ‘garrigue’, with easy access to the autoroute but protected from site & sound of it.   There are very few tourists.

There is a local bus stop about 7 minutes away from the house which can take you to Avignon, Uzes, Nimes and beyond. 

There is an excellent grocery shop 2 minutes from the house, where you can buy many of the supplies you will need. The closest town with a supermarket is Remoulins, 4 kilometres away.

There is a good café in Fournes and you can also get beautiful local honey at Le Roucher, Fournes.  Massage and wellness services are available from a local business called Mass Ton Dos.  There is a friendly horse-riding stables in the village where you can arrange rides or lessons. You can book a slot at the village tennis court by the Marie.


  • Located in a peaceful and well-run community.
  • Mediterranean Climate.
  • Spacious 200m2 house.
  • 5 large bedrooms.
  • 2 full bathrooms, 2 shower rooms (one with toilet), one separate toilet.
  • Open plan living area.
  • Large kitchen.
  • Utility room.
  • Double Garage.
  • 2 Balcony areas.
  • 2 terraces areas including a stunning Rooftop terrace. 
  • Good WIFI in the area.
  • Huge potential as a holiday rental home.
  • Already successfully used in the holiday rental market. 
  • Essential amenities close by in the village.
  • Surrounded by limitless areas of outstanding natural beauty.
  • Perfect location from which to explore the many other fascinating places such as nearby Avignon, Nimes, Orange, Montpellier and the Marseille.
  • Under an hour to stunning beaches along France’s mesmerising Mediterranean coastline.
  • Walking distance to river swimming.
  • Surrounded by a vast array of walking, cycling, water sports and fishing areas.  Horse riding and tennis facilities in village.
  • Close to many excellent golf courses.
  • Close to many areas of historical interest. The Pont Du Gard (https://www.pontdugard.fr/fr) is just 7km away.
  • Close to many areas that are excellent family days out.
  • Excellent transport links.
  • Nimes Airport just 20km away.

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  • Product Code: 9826247
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  • 300,000€