The Bouloc-Lautié property, comprising two independent houses, a courtyard and a pleasure garden and outbuildings (stables, various sheds), totalling a surface area of 500 m² living space and 370 m² to convert, is an ideal place for large families or for several families, in the middle of the village, yet enjoying total privacy thanks to its surrounding walls. One can recharge one's batteries in times of pandemic. It can also be used for a seminar activity, or hosting business and seasonal rentals.
The Manor House offers 375 m² of living space on three floors and an old wine cellar (the property was part of a wine estate). It is equipped with double-glazed windows, air conditioning/central heating (two Daikin heat pumps), 2 kitchens, 3 toilets, with a 50 m² yoga/dance room, fitted out as a seminar centre.
Period features have been preserved: marble fireplaces, tiles, ceilings in the bedrooms. In the attic: an independent apartment comprises a large room of about 70 m² and a kitchen and two rooms and wc/shower.
The old vaulted wine cellar (about 150 m²) with an independent entrance on the street was until recently used as a craft brewery and bar (licence 3 for restaurant).
The family house of 125 m² living space on two floors and a barn of 40 m² is composed on the ground floor of a large living room of 45 m² with exposed beams, with an open plan kitchen and a bathroom with WC.
Upstairs there are 5 bedrooms and a shower room/WC. The entrance of the house opens onto a 40 m² terrace under a chestnut tree.
The former stables, a building of about 140 m² on two floors, and the "Petite Maison" of about 50 m² on two floors, are suitable for conversion into independant accommodations.
The picturesque wine-growing village of Ventenac-en-Minervois is situated on the banks of the Canal du Midi, between Narbonne (TGV train station) and Lézignan. The property is situated on the village heights, in a non liable to flooding area
Direct sale by the family.