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Le Chateau des Roches Fleuries
Le Chateau des Roches Fleuries, Lézignan-la-Cèbe , Languedoc-Roussillon, 34120
Prices from : €260,000
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Number of bedrooms : 2 +
Features :
  • 14 exclusive villas in the grounds of an 18th Century Chateau
  • Living areas from 75 sqm to 141 sqm
  • Located in the charming village of Lézignan-la-Cèbe
  • Classic freehold properties, but can be bought as leaseback (with 19.6% VAT reimbursement)
  • Parking, swimming pool, pool house and a kid’s pool
  • 2 min walk from local amenities
  • 5 international Airports within 20 to 60 minutes travel
  • Historic Pezenas just 3km away
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​Collection of family homes set in a 19th century château in the heart of the beautiful Languedoc Roussillon Region of France

Le Chateau des Roches Fleuries is a fully renovated collection of 14 family homes in the heart of a gated community in the medieval and typical southern-French village of Lezignan la Cebe.

These spacious properties are perfect for families and each have a terrace, BBQ and garden. There is also parking and a communal swimming pool, plus kid’s pool.

The 19th century château has been fully renovated and converted into two houses and nestled throughout the landscaped grounds the remaining properties each reflect the traditional design of this popular area of France.

Nearby Pézenas – just 3km away – is a small medieval town with antique shops and cobbled streets, quiet courtyards and beautiful period architecture. Once home to 17th century playwright Molière, its artisans and tradition of theatre live on with year-round performances, workshops and late-night craft markets.

Le Chateau des Roches Fleuries is just 30 km away from Beziers Cap d’Agde and 58 km from Montpelier international Airport.

Situated in the heart of the Languedoc Roussillon region of France, these properties offer their owners the chance to immerse themselves in a Mediterranean lifestyle which is famed for its true ‘joie de vivre’. There are numerous protected heritage sites including those classified by UNESCO; the Cathar castles, roman churches and abbeys are just a few. In addition to its wonderful landscapes, the area is full of fantastic gastronomic delights and rich cultural history. The Languedoc Roussillon is also the largest wine region in the world; known as a land of ‘grands crus’.

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