This lovely chateau is located at the gateway to the Cevennes, near Barjac and Uzè, and offers exceptional views of the countryside. The property has two floors and about 800 m2 of living space and has preserved its charm till this day.
The castle has 12 rooms in total, 8 of which are big lovely bedrooms with bathrooms. It still has its authentic furnishing and looks which will take you back centuries just by walking around in it.
The property is situated in an exceptional environment of four hectares of beautiful wooded park with century-old trees, including a remarkable cedar of Lebanon, and a large swimming pool. This chateau is perfect if you’re looking for your next dream home, but it’s also perfect for getting into hotel tourism – you can turn it into bed and breakfast, an Airbnb, or you can rent it out for different purposes – like weddings, events, and even movie sets! Being this beautiful with lots of nature and space for different activities, this property is perfect for any type of venture.
About the place:
Uzès is a commune in the Gard department in southern France. It is one of the most beautiful towns in Europe and is located near the Rhône River and close to Nîmes and Avignon. Uzès has been famous for its textile production since medieval times, with many weavers living there until their industry declined during the 20th century. The old part of town features winding streets with houses built on top of each other at various levels, some more than 500 years old.
The town is known for its beautiful architecture and history that can be traced back to prehistoric times. The town was first settled by the Berbers around 14 BC but was later turned into a Roman colony under Augustus Caesar between 30-20BC. Nowadays it’s also famous as one of Provence’s best wine producers with over 300 hectares dedicated to grape cultivation across 20 different appellations.
Things to do in Uzès:
Explore its historic center with winding alleys and shops selling local goods that will make your heart beat faster. You can also take a tour or go on an excursion from Uzès while making your way through various towns within this region once known as “Gard country, home to Cathars and troubadours.”
You can take advantage of La Rue des Teinturiers (Dyers’ Street) which has been restored beautifully by UNESCO after being recognized as a World Heritage Site. Then take in the view from atop of Uzès’ castle, which you can climb up to via its spiraling staircase for panoramic views of the Pont du Gard and the surrounding region at sunset or sunrise.
Next, you should check out The Place de la République – a large square with a town hall and market. It also has restaurants and cafés on it where you can sit outside and enjoy some good food while taking in all that’s going around you like people watching or listening to live music entertainment.