This 18th century property is only five minutes away from Saint-Remy-de-Provence. Albert Gleizes, one of the biggest name in the cubist movement, once owned the wide-clearance farmhouse, which is hidden in a 16-ha park with hundred-year-old trees and a pool. “The construction is remarkable given the exceptional length of its facade,” says the Valancogne & Partners agency. The house provides 600 sq m of living space. The ground floor, whose rooms open on shaded terraces, features a huge living room, a stone fireplace, a Bulthaup kitchen, a cool cellar. The first floor houses the Master suite and its bathroom, as well as six additional bedrooms and bathrooms. A 1,300 sq m keeper’s house and outbuildings are also part of the sale.
Estate agent: Valancogne & Partners, 13810 Eygalières. Tel. : 04 90 95 99 41 http://www.valancogneimmo.com
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