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

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

Post by Rowan » Thu March 8th, 2012, 3:56 pm

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.
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For reference's sake, €2,862,000 is $3,795,216.29 USD or £2,400,653.35 or $3,577,607.24 AUD.

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