House in Languedoc Roussillon, Pyrenees-Orientales

Property sale, House  in Elne

Click to view The house build in the rampart
Location: In a town Number of rooms (excludes
halls, bathrooms and WCs):
Price of property for sale (Euros): 355000 Number of shower or bathrooms: 2
Minimum rental per week (Euros): 0 Number of WCs: 2
Condition: Good / habitable Property size (m2): 210
Local facilities include: Size of grounds (m2): 528
Golf: Golf    Seaside: Seaside    Airport: Airport    Hospital: Hospital    ADSL: ADSL    

Livingroom 1
Panoramic view
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Livingroom 2
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 3

Description of House in Languedoc Roussillon:
The new reduced asking price ¤325,000,-is negotiable. The perfect base for holidays.Fully comfortably furnished and equipped.
Close to historical heritage, sandy beaches and the mountains and it’s also blessed to spend the winter thanks to the soft micro climate. From the living room you have a breathtaking view of the Pique du Canigou. 3 bedr. with 4 double beds (+ 4 additional places via pull-out seats and in the attic 2 to 3 people), 2 bathr, well equipped kitchen, extra living space with fireplace, flower-filled patio with garden furniture, BBQ and mood lighting, garage, basement, storage room. This home is ready for use, including kitchen appliances, furniture, household goods, New mattresses, sheets, Hifi stereo surround, ceiling fans, LED lighting. The House was built in the remparts (ramparts) and the ruins of the donjon of the medieval castle of Elne. The walls are partly more than 1 meter thick when the heat outside. Very quiet location in the car-free historic uptown to a little square and no direct neighbours. Very spacious and comfortably furnished for 8 persn. On the website you will find more information about the facilities in the near and further surroundings. On walking distance: Cathedral, monastery, Terrus museum, market, retail trade, catering, municipal swimming pools, tennis courts, public transport, pharmacist and medical help. At 5 km: beaches, freshwater lake Villeneuve de la Raho, Golf St-Cyprien, Aqualand, go-karting, horse riding school, bowling.At 10 km: Colliour. At 15km: Perpignan.At 20km: Spanish boarder.
Elne - Surrounding area:
Elne is situated at 5 Km from the seashore and at 12 Km from Perpignan, at the foot of the Albères and of the Pyrenees. A meeting as well with the mountains and the sea…
An invitation to explore the vast natural resorts and the wine routes of Languedoc-Roussillon and to discover its cultural beauty...
Downtown, numerous cosy shops, picturesque restaurants and pubs with pavements out front stand peacefully between the ancient city walls and gates. This area prides itself in its fruit and vegetables. These are for sale in the local market (3 x week) and in local shops.The cathedral was built in the 11th century, in what is known as 'Haute Elne', on the remains of the ancient Gallic-roman oppidum 'Illiberis' - Elne was the Episcopal seat of Roussillon from the 6th to the 17th century. The monastery with its blue-veined marble splendour is one of the most beautiful ones of Catalonian France.
Today it houses an archaeological museum. Guided visits are organised starting from the monastery to the cathedral, the preserved city walls and the Terrus museum. This museum shows the works of the painter of the same name (1857-1944), a friend of the more famous H. Matisse, and of the sculptor A. Maillol (1861-1922).The whole year through, concerts and festivities are taking place, folklore and tradition are still alive in for example the 'sardane', a dance performed every Wednesday evening in Summer: a very special event, indeed.

From Elne, a 5 Km drive between vineyards and orchards leads to the coast and natural resort of the old 'embouchure du Tech' with its sandy beach. Nearby is the sea-resort St-Cyprien. There are plenty of opportunities for water sports, and also to play tennis, do horseriding and golf. Away from the sea, you have a choice of beautiful excursions to the nearby mountains: the Corbières in the North, the Pyrenees in the West and the Albères in the South.

Besides numerous splendid Romanesque and Gothic buildings, it is also more than worthwhile to visit the Cathar fortresses of Peyrepertuse and Quéribus. Prehistory is brought to live again in the museum of Tautavel. Furthermore, there are the Gorges de Galamus, the picturesque sea-resort Collioure, etc. The old upper town of Elne has a diameter of but 250 to 300 metres. You will find here everything within walking distance: the Tourist office, next to the “Salon de Thé”, the art glassworks, the restaurant “Au Remp’arts”, the art galleries, the museums, the magnificent romanesque monastery with the cathedral, the roman baths, and of course, the impressing city walls offering a beautiful view on downtown Elne, the surrounding countryside, and the Pyrenees.
At the foot of the ancient city wall lies old downtown Elne. Here you will find the shops, several nice outdoor cafés, and the inevitable “Place de la République” in the shape of an arena.
Here and in the adjacent shopping street (Rue Nationale), local shopkeepers are organising several times a week a morning market, and once a week there is even a bigger market selling clothing, food, vegetables, fruits, flowers and local specialties. The latter is highly recommended.Elne has about 7,000 inhabitants and a total surface of 21.3 km².
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