An amazing location in the heart of Provençe, the perfect house for a holiday with family or friends.
Price Guide 2017:
From €10,000 to €16,667 per week
Plus €1.65 per person per night Tourism Tax
• 4 double bedrooms, en suite shower or bathrooms with separate entrance
• Master bedroom, en suite bathroom
• 1 twin bedroom with en suite shower room
• 15 hrs of cleaning
• Pool and garden maintenance
• Housekeeper lives on the property
• Cook on request
• Pool 12m x 5m (heated)
• Pool house
• Tennis court
• Wine cellar
• Home cinema room
• CCTV security system
• Oppede 3km
• Marseille International Airport 80km
• Horse riding 10km
• Saumane 18 hole golf course 15km
In the heart of the countryside, in the foot hills of the Luberon mountains, this pretty, luxurious and south facing property is set in 2.75 hectares of land with a 8,500 sq m landscaped garden featuring a vineyard, olive trees, fountains, many courtyards and terraces. The landscape is absolutely magical and the farmhouse is beautifully situated in a very private environment. There are lots of sunny terraces and some shady ones too to satisfy all needs. Roses and hydrangea decorate the courtyards and terraces. A long shady path leads to the swimming pool area and a full size tennis court. The pool area is situated on a higher level than the other terraces and has an amazing view over the Luberon, the garden and vineyard.
Indoors all rooms have kept the original authenticity and charm of the old farmhouse and are equipped with completely up to date technology. The room layout has been designed to let the sunshine flood into the whole house. The furnishings are of a high standard and include a grand piano. There is also a library and a lovely view of the garden and Luberon from the reception room. For cinema lovers, you will enjoy the special Cinema Room with superb quality sound system. Three of the bedrooms are accessed off the courtyard so there is plenty of space for everyone to spread out through this comfortable house. A housekeeper lives on the property.
Arriving at the impressive forged iron gate you feel that you about to stay at a real provençal farmhouse, and the final authentic touch is the wine cellar, separate from the main house but with a twin entrance and the massive original stone table.
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