Large hamlet house from the 18th century with outbuilding, Vaucluse, Provence-Côte d'Azur
On the outskirts of a hamlet in Roussillon, large stone house dating from the 18th century partly renovated on 3 levels with adjoining land. Access to the balcony and its living space on the 1st floor via a staircase on the south facade. The entrance hall on the right-hand side leading to a lounge with fireplace, and to the dining room/library in a row. On the left-hand side, an equipped kitchen. To the East are bedrooms I and II, a cloakroom, a shower room and a separate toilet. From the kitchen, access downstairs to the cellar, the boiler room and a workshop on the garden level, or upstairs to a landing leading to 2 large rooms and to an authentic dovecote on the 2nd floor. Behind the kitchen, a corridor with guests toilet leads on the north hand side of the property to a large room to be converted, a very nice bedroom III which opens onto the garden with a small stone staircase under a fig tree, as well as 2 beautiful rooms to be converted. A staircase leads down to the superb "summer kitchen" with dining area, a hall with WC, a large shed, and a garage. In front of this kitchen is a beautiful awning, opening onto a courtyard in gravel then the garden with lawn and planted with mulberry tree, laurel, linden, cedar tree, cypress tree, etc. And could quite accommodate a swimming pool (planning permission allowed). Clear views of the fields of wheat, vineyards as well as the surrounding mountains. On the garden level in the southeast corner of the building, there is an independent guest apartment (kitchen with dining area, lounge, bedroom and shower room) with a small garden in a courtyard protected by a porch.