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What we love

This recently renovated 18th century farmhouse has maintained its character whilst being chic and classy, the low beams throughout provide the perfect accompaniment to the new high end design.

Villa Luberon, Provence

Sleeps 20

The Property

This recently renovated 18th century farmhouse of 700sqm is located in a countryside location some 3kms from the pretty market town of l`Isle-sur-la Sorgue, famous for its antique shops and not to be missed lively Sunday market.

The imposing south facing property is set in beautifully manicured flat parkland of some 6 hectares which include a boules court and children`s playground. To one side of the main house sits the large and attractive pool area with heated swimming pool, covered and uncovered terracing, which features a spa close by. Whilst on the other side of the house there is a large summer lounge/dining room, which can be used for events or large gatherings. Next to which is a games room, complete with pool table, baby foot, darts board, table tennis, air-hockey, home cinema and the like...

The creatively inspired owners have succeeded in decorating and furnishing the interiors in a stunningly innovative tasteful style, whilst the attention to detail is captivating. Each room is themed, different, eye catching and work seamlessly well against the backdrop of the original features of the spacious Provencal building. Whilst modern amenities ensure that guests creature comforts are more than very well catered for.

Living Space

Entrance hall
Guest WC
Fully equipped kitchen
Large dining room
Large living room
TV Room
1 Children’s dormitory (can sleep 5)
9 bedrooms (all of the bedrooms can be configured as twins)
9 En suite bathrooms

Location

Provence

Marseille Airport: 1hour 20 minutes by car

Prices

Prices on request

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Includes

  • Dedicated service from the villa staff
  • Exclusive use of the Villa and its facilities
  • Oxford Private Travel Concierge Service

Excludes

  • Flights
  • Insurance
  • Any other item not specifically mentioned