- 1800 m2
- 20 rooms
- 10 bedrooms
- land 116 ha
Large family property of 116ha in one block (very rare) located in the heart of the Var countryside with St Tropez and the mediterranean coast only 40 minutes away by car, close to several medieval villages between the Verdon and the Mediterranean.
Hidden in an exceptional and beautiful location away from any disturbances, borded by a river and nestled in a plain in the middle of a circle of hills, providing a natural unspoiled environment.
Comprising 79 ha of forests and provencal scrubland revealing the colours and scents of the four seasons, 17 ha of AOP côte de Provence vines set on a dominant hilltop plateau, boasting 20 ha of flat land irrigated by a canal.
The rich and generous soil is suitable for all typical provençal crops such as olive grove, orchards, vegetable gardens, market gardening, cereals, hay for animals, flowers, herbs, truffle oaks. The location lends itself well to many different activities such as horse breeding, equestrian activites, fishing, hunting, canoing, swimming, events, agrotourisme etc...
The vineyard is made up of 15.6 ha of AOP Côte de Provence vines, grape varieties made up of SYRA 3ha 53a 23ca, GRENACH 4ha 02a13ca, CARIGNAN 4ha, CINSAULT 4ha 05a 82ca and 1,6 ha of table wine ( carignan and various reds). It is planted on two nice flat and dominant plateaux and well-ventilated, with clay and limestone well-drained soil and ideal east/west exposure, all these factors favour the production of high quality grapes and bring a lot of minerals and a real freshness to the wines, whether it be rosé, red or white.
The harvest is currently brought to a Cooperative Cave.
The historial buildings, listed as remarquable, with a total surface area of around 1800m2, date from the 17th century and are in the style of stone farm buildings, with a Master House, several lodgings, sheds, a superb dovecote, all of them forming a very typical hamlet with a courtyard protected by the houses and stone walls, a watering canal with a well crosses through the property , and shaded by century-old trees.
The hamlet has preserved its original features, allowing one to carry out renovation work to bring modern comfort yet keeping the charm and authenticity of the old stonework.
This property is a perfect base for a keen investor looking to develop and create a superb wine growing estate which could become a jewel amoung the best Côte de Provence Wine Growing Estates, by renovating existing buildings, building a modern and practical vinification cellar, extending the vineyard to increase production of existing farming land or on wooded plateaux of the estate after preparation.
...Or for a family wishing to enjoy an exceptional setting with horses, animals, a vegetable garden, an orchard, fishing, hunting, water-sport activites (canoe, swimming), rambling in the countryside , etc...
...or both !!!
reference : 1896 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 25392719
- EPC : n/a
- GHG : n/a