- 600 m2
- 30 rooms
- 8 bedrooms
- land 15.9 ha
In the heart of secret Provence between Luberon and Mont Ventoux, exceptional property of more than 15 hectares in a dominant position.
A few minutes from a village with all shops, this elegant mansion of the 17th century was once the summer residence of the Archbishops of Aix en Provence. Since it has been enlarged and renovated, and has outbuildings and a guest house.
The forecourt of this house is a large paved terrace overlooking the garden, converted into lounges and summer dining room, offering superb views of the valley to the south while being in the shade of large chestnut trees.
We enter the main house of about 460 m² usable in a large hall which distributes in succession beautiful rooms as the large living room, the reading room, the dining room and the reception room. In the rear an equipped kitchen opening on its small terrace with pergola, scullery, cellar and boiler room.
East side on the 1st floor: a release distributes a bedroom I with its bathroom, a game room and a bedroom II with dressing room and bathroom. On the 2nd floor, bedrooms III and IV each with bathroom, and a TV lounge.
West side upstairs and garden level at the back, a small studio with kitchenette that opens onto a terrace, bedroom V with shower room, and a beautiful bedroom VI with dressing room and bathroom, also opening on the ground floor to the north.
Comfort: beautiful renovation, old quality materials, stone floors, wood joinery, central heating oil + electric, 5 fireplaces.
In the extension of the main building, former stables have been transformed into various sheds, storeroom and garages.
About fifty meters behind, a small farmhouse has been converted into a guest house. The south garden level includes a large shed / stables, a storeroom, a shower and a staircase to the north garden level consisting of a beautiful living room with sitting area and fireplace, dining room and semi-open kitchen, plus a corridor distributing 2 beautiful bedrooms VII an VIII, a bathroom and a toilet.
The south slope is largely composed of wood, then agricultural in the lower part (lavender and cereals) or landscaped around the houses. It is a very charming place, for nature lovers.
reference : 10107 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 17475123
- Garage & Parking
- EPC : B (65)
- GHG : C (20)