Peyriac de Mer, Narbonne, France
Peyriac de Mer, Narbonne, France
Écrin du Doul is a superb boutique development consisting of just 11 villas and 2 apartments in the peaceful urbanisation of Peyriac-de-Mer in the heart of a nature reserve and wetland conservation area in southern France.Scroll down for more details
2 - 3 Bed | 2 - 3 Bath
From EUR 325,000
Ã‰crin du Doul is a superb boutique development consisting of just 11 villas and 2 apartments in the peaceful urbanisation of Peyriac-de-Mer in the heart of a nature reserve and wetland conservation area in southern France.
Effortlessly elegant, the authentic architecture blends in perfectly with its environment. Spacious, functional and original, each home is unique and feature all the high-end touches you expect from a luxury home.
Nestled between the Mediterranean, the dominant hills of the CorbiÃ¨res and the heart of Narbonnaise Park, Ã‰crin du Doul offersÂ an idyllic location in a wild, picturesque and lightly populated pocket of southern France. Two large Penthouse Loft apartments and 11 two and three bedroom connected villas, with their own gardens, are set out around a large communal pool. The development will benefit from an onsite bakery and shop with a reception that offers key holding and concierge.
Owners will benefit from a full rental management service, provided by the developer and if the property is made available to rent for 128 days per year the purchaser is able to reclaim the VAT on the purchase (please ask for details).Â
Thereâ€™s also a great deal of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Discover century old abbeys, chateaux, caves, hiking trails and much more â€“ all easily reached. For those that love the beach the Narbonnaise coastline is famed for watersports. You can also swim and fish in the crystalline lagoon nearby.
Peyriac-de-Mer is one of theÂ Languedocâ€™s most picturesque villages and the perfect place to enjoy delicious food and wine. From Peyriac-de-Mer, some of the southâ€™s most attractive cities are easily reached: Narbonne, Carcassone, Barcelonaâ€¦ to name a few. Â Head north for the CorbiÃ¨res â€“ a renowned wine producing region. Head south for the Mediterranean and its golden beaches. The Spanish border lies just beyond.
Secure an exceptional, sustainable asset for you and your family
No restriction on personal use
Benefit from numerous holidays in your residence during the Winter and Summer seasons
Your property is fully managed and maintained
Benefit from rental payments for the periods you are not using the property
Possible 20% VAT refund (please ask for more details)
Benefits of the Furnished Buy-to-Let scheme
Long-term, tax-free revenue
A deductible deficit on revenue of the same nature
Ã‰crin du Doul is very accessible and within three hours of nine international airports, the closest around forty minutes away. Itâ€™s also just an hour and a half drive to the nearest ski slopes.
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L’Ecrin du Doul is located between Narbonne and Gruissan, just 4km from the golden beaches of the Mediterranean and close to Narbonne, one of the earliest settlements of the Roman empire on the Via Domitia, now a lively market town of 60,000 people, through which runs the Canal du Midi. Narbonne boasts a vibrant social scene, centred around the beautiful 19th century covered market, with its buzzy stands and bars. The picturesque fishing village and leisure port of Gruissan is also nearby.
L'Ecrin du Doul stands right at the foot of the Massif de la Clape, a national park whose majestic beauty and unique flora and fauna led to its protection as a unique natural heritage site, crisscrossed with walking and biking trails. La Clape AOP is also one of, if not the most, respected AOP (Appellation d’Origine Protégée) in the Languedoc-Rousillon region. The area is one of the driest and sunniest in France with up to 3,000 hours of annual sunshine per year.
Previously overshadowed by its ritzier Riviera neighbours, the Languedoc has recently emerged as a destination for travellers in the know, attracted by the region’s discreet allure – its sensational climate, rich history, cultural gems, beautiful coastline, vibrant fishing villages, rolling vineyards, superb restaurants and unrivalled food and antique markets.
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