Historic building of character, located in "Green Provence", surrounded by olive groves and vineyards, between the Gorges du Verdon, the sea and the cities of Nice and Aix en Provence.
This property has been renovated by combining the authenticity of old materials and current technologies for your comfort.
It is made up of 3 main buildings; the old Priory of about 195 m², a guest house of about 60 m², a large pool house of about 80 m², a carport, various outbuildings (garage, greenhouse, henhouse, ...) and a large 12x5 m salt pool. The whole is laid out over aproximatly 3500 m² with perfectly developed bucolic gardens with ponds, fountains, arbor of roses and water channels. A real haven of peace.
There is still a potential for expansion.
This set is completed by asecond land of 6287 m2, a forest that extends down to the river.
The old exposed stone priory has a large entrance opening onto a beautiful semi-covered terrace, a living room, an office, a kitchen opening out onto a covered veranda with dining area, a dining room with superb vaulted ceiling in stones, a duplex guest suite, a shower room with WC and the master bedroom with its old-fashioned bath.
Most of the rooms open onto the outside to take advantage of the magnificent spaces such as the garden of perennial plants in bloom all year round, the garden of Provence herbs, shaded or sunny corners, refreshed by water points.
The guest house is composed of a living room with open kitchen, a mezzanine with possibility of a double bed, 2 terraces, and at the lower level of the garden; a bedroom, a bathroom and a toilet.
The poolhouse has a large covered terrace with an equipped summer kitchen and an imposing natural stone fireplace also allowing grilling for warm evenings. 2 other rooms,on convertible into guest rooms with bath, the other is used as work-room.
The many outbuildings are the laundry room, a technical room, a garden shed, a Victorian greenhouse, a henhouse, the borehole (83 m. deep), the heat pump, the room for pool technic, a garage for 2-3 cars, etc ...
The beauty and charm of such a site cannot be felt by photos; a visit is required.