18th-19th century historical Bastide for sale with swimming pool and a magnificent park composed of local species with stone walls and Roman remains looking at Mont Ventoux. Olive trees and orchards. Charming outbuilding with possibility for receptions.
18th-19th century historical Bastide for sale. The building was probably built towards the end of the 18th century – beginning of the 19th century. Its rectangular architectural shape and its developed volumes suggest that the building was mainly used for agriculture. The date of origin of the farmhouse remains unknown, however some elements present in the property date from Roman times.
The historic building of approximately 450 m² on 2 levels with outbuildings (garage, attics, etc.)
Ground floor- entrance hall of approximately 16m², fitted kitchen over the entire width of the building, with utility room, laundry room and pantry, TV room, large living room, approximately 90m², with fireplace and adorned with its magnificent pillars.
First floor- 6 bedrooms, and 4 bathrooms. The master bedroom with bathroom and dressing room enjoys a view of the Dentelles de Montmirail and an adjoining office of around 12m². And from north to south 5 other bedrooms with 1 bathroom and 2 shower rooms as well as a storage space in the attic of around 9m².
Set in a peaceful environment the whole of 2.4 hectares is decorated with a swimming pool and a magnificent park composed of local species with stone walls and Roman remains looking at Mont Ventoux. The rest of the land is made up of olive trees and orchards.
Additional charming building opening the possibility of developing a reception activity (subject to administrative authorization).
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