Montpellier: a dynamic and appealing town

Between the sea and Cévennes, the epitome of the Mediterranean town, Montpellier is a surprising combination of heritage buildings and contemporary architecture.

Its mild climate and preserved living environment, by the sea or in the hinterland, make it a very pleasant destination for settling down.

The town attracts visitors because of its rich historic heritage and cultural diary, the excellence of its universities, its dynamic business sector and its ability to reinvent itself.

An eclectic and lively town to enjoy to your heart’s content.

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Top quality amenities designed for your tranquillity and well‐being

“Le Hameau de Dôme” is a unique development of 5 town houses from 130 to 165m2, in the heart of a calm, planted and gated estate. Each house has a garden, garage and parking space.
These houses have reception rooms that open onto a garden planted with hundred‐year‐old trees: a peaceful and restful environment.

 

Amenities:

  • Heating with individual reversible heat pump
  • Thermodynamic water heater, more economical
  • Energy performance compliant with Thermal Regulations (RT 2012)
  • PORCELANOSA tiling and ceramics or equivalent to be chosen from a selection of the developer
  • Fitted bathrooms and toilets
  • GROHE fittings or equivalent chosen by the developer
  • VILLEROY & BOCH bathroom fixtures or equivalent chosen by the developer
  • Heated towel rails in the bathrooms and toilets
  • Wall hung toilets
  • Aluminium exterior joinery
  • Smooth interior paint
  • Chimney duct pending
  • Electric garage door
  • Gated estate (electric gate for vehicle access, videophone and badge)
  • Pre‐installed fibre optics

The guarantees with the VEFA scheme (buying off plan):

  • Completion guarantee
  • Structural damage insurance
  • Ten‐year guarantee
  • One year total completion guarantee
  • Good working order guarantee

 

 

Views of the gardens with the town centre as a focal point

comfortable interiors

reception rooms that open wide onto the gardens

Available properties

3 town houses from 3 to 5 bedrooms
From 156 to 167 m2

From €760,000 to €780,000

N° prop.
Living area
Garage area
Price
N° prop.TOWN HOUSE n°3
Living area165,30 m²
Garage area23 m²
Price775 000 €

Your 3 to 5 bedroom villa from 130 to 167 m2

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Location

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Aiguelongue: a very pleasant residential area

Aiguelongue is one of the most sought‐after areas in Montpellier. Peaceful, surrounded by green spaces and old houses with stone walls, Aiguelongue perpetuates the southern charm of the Languedoc capital. Sought‐after and well‐preserved, this residential area is a haven in the town centre.

In north‐east Montpellier, perfectly accessible by tram line 2, close to the Beaux‐Arts district with the historic heart of Montpellier just a few minutes’ walk away providing every possibility, particularly the chance to stroll through the typical streets of the old town, discovering its traditional markets and shady squares.

Méric Park, the planted gardens and the town’s closeness to the banks of the Lez River all give it a countryside feel. Schools, business, shopping centres, sports facilities... Everything is nearby! By tram, Place de la Comédie is 5 minutes away and the Odysseum only 15 minutes by bus.

The Domaine du Méric Park is very near

Tram line 2 is 2 minutes’s walk away

Map of the location of “Le Hameau de Dôme”

Montpellier: celebrating exceptional diversity

Showcasing history...

Benefiting from an exceptional location close to the Mediterranean, Montpellier stands out with its ideal climate (over 300 days of sunshine a year) and architectural heritage suffused with daring. An appeal that has earned it the position of 8th favourite French city, with every year over 3,000 new inhabitants won over by the quality of life there.

A town of history and art, famous for its beautiful monuments (Opéra Comédie, Arc de Triomphe, Tour de la Babote, etc.), it also delights visitors with its rich heritage, the result of a clever combination of the past, present and future. Culture takes pride of place for Montpellier’s locals: museums, theatre, exhibitions, street art and festivals translate a continuous ambition to openness and the celebration of art.

 

...and the future

Voluntarily future‐focused, in just a few years gifted Montpellier has become a famous technological hub in the field of science and new technologies, attracting a great number of world‐reputed business.

The charm of its historic centre its juxtaposed with the modernism of its public transport system and the daring initiative of its new architecture that raises Montpellier to the same rank of the most beautiful cities in France. Montpellier is a town that is both intense and gently paced.