Live in a 13th-century watermill once owned by the Pope

Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Live in a 13th-century watermill once owned by the Pope

A stunning thirteenth century watermill in Provence, once the property of Pope Clément V, is on sale for €2,862,000.

The unique property, situated near Roquemaure in the Languedoc, has eight bedrooms and six bathrooms as well as a library, pool, pool house and plenty of outside space - as well as over 10 acres of land, there are shaded terraces for guests to relax on.

The original mill stream that once powered the mill still runs through the property, and there are also several large ponds within the grounds.

Plus, investors will also get a separate three-bed apartment attached to the main house which could be used as an income providing gite.

For more information visit Leggett Prestige or come and talk to Leggett at stand FR5 at A Place in the Sun Live, taking place between the 30th March-1st April 2012 at London Earls Court.

The company will be one of the exhibitors within The French Village, an area bringing together agents, developers and property experts all offering their advice and inspiration to those considering buying a property in France.

There will also be seminars throughout the weekend on all aspects of French investment from opening a gite business in France to how your pension works abroad.

Tickets are available to book now for two for £15 and come with a FREE six month subscription to A Place in the Sun magazine.

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