Sault, Lavender Capital of Provence, extraordinary Mas, gite, stables and water spring over 16ha of land and magnificent views over the valley, Vaucluse, Provence-Côte d'Azur
Former residency of the Aix-en-Provence archbishops, a few kilometres from the village of Sault, Lavender Capital of Provence, this 17th century mansion, sitting on 15Ha of Land, has expanded and renovated throughout the centuries, the former owners made it an equestrian centre and the current owners renovated it to make a large holiday home with an independent gite and equestrian dependencies. The main building (460m2), on the south side includes a large patio dominating with magnificent views of the valley of Sault, one enters the house through an entrance hall, then a dining room with a large fireplace, an amazing old style kitchen with pantry and cellars and an east facing patio, then a series of two small living rooms and a large reception room. The top floor is divided in 2 parts, a modernised and independent part including a living room with open plan kitchen, and two ensuite bedrooms with direct access to the back garden, the other part, over 2 floors, include on the first floor two ensuite bedrooms and a billiard room. On the second floor, two more ensuite bedrooms and a reading lounge. The gite, former renovated dependency, includes a living room with open plan kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom and is located above a large hall, former stables with water access. Another dependency includes, over 2 levels, stables and horse boxes. A water spring is available close to the house.