Elegant agricultural family property from the eighteenth century, Vaucluse, Provence-Côte d'Azur
Exceptional and rare Bastide built on the remains of a former farm in the late eighteenth century, with a total usable area of around 1,400 sqm, overlooking the Luberon valley. The property is located in the heart of an exceptional environment, situated on a former Celtic-Ligurian habitat where important archaeological discoveries have been made, kept in the Lapidary Museum of Avignon, and probably still continue to be made... Built on the rock, it is a quiet and solid property, whose main building includes beautiful reception rooms, huge lounge currently used for music instruments and plants, lounge with fireplace, formal dining room, office, large fitted kitchen, 4 en suite bedrooms, laundry room, staff room and cellars. A courtyard situated further down leads to a 5th bedroom for guests with a bathroom and a large storage room. To the West, the pool area (12 x 6 m with shutter) with its paved stone decks and a converted pool house (shower room, sauna, clock room, open plan kitchen with barbecue and large awning). A few meters to the East, a guests house with living room and kitchen, 2 bedrooms and bathroom, attached to a storage room of approximately 120 sqm and to an awning for 4 cars. Opposite, a large barn of 200 sqm. Private hamlet surrounded by rich and healthy land of 30 hectares, organically farmed for nearly 28 years. The property is protected by the surrounding woods with a discret wildlife. The land is cultivated partly in grain and fodder, which improve the quality of the soil during crop rotations. A 4-hectares Syrah vineyard, the only non organic part. Fields of almond trees, some fruit trees and 1000 olive trees, a great resource for the future ... Facing Mont Ventoux, the property is a unique balcony from which one can enjoy the quiet of the most authentically agricultural countryside, and the beauty of the wild Luberon.