This owner/architect designed home sits on a beautiful acreage mere minutes from the town of Oppede. A hidden gem, this location is at once completely quiet and well connected to all of the joys of the Luberon valley.

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The vaction home is brand new, renovated from a traditional farmhouse and still containing the original fireplace. Spaciously layed out with four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a grand salon - the house comfortably sleeps eight. Two of the bedrooms have ensuites, while the two smaller rooms share a large bathroom.

The light-filled center of the home is comfortable both summer and winter, with air conditioning, heating, and a roaring fire in the original fireplace for the winter (should you need it). It welcomes morning sun with french doors opening on to the terrace for your morning coffee and croissant. As the day progresses, sun fills the kitchen and dining area from the pool side. As a cool respite from the sun's heat, the terrace off the kitchen has a lovely vine-covered trellis that beautifully filters the light coming in.

With a family that loves to cook and enjoy a communal meal, the kitchen is unlike most French homes in that it is open-concept and fully equiped with all new appliances, including a lovely black laquered Lacanche oven. Special attention has been given to ensure that everything you need is provided. You will enjoy using the lovely china and serving dishes that compliment the feel of the house.

The antique dining room table will comfortably seat eight and looks best when covered with wine, champagne, and local delicacies. It's also a great place to gather around your maps in the morning and plan your day's adventure.

The master bedroom is a delight with french doors to it's own terrace overlooking the pool. Your sitting area is separated from the main terrace by a bank of wild rosemary, lavender, and thyme.

Get ready for your day with a step into the your ensuite's large, walk-in shower, or finish it with a luxurious soak in the footed tub. Of course, heated towel rails in all bathrooms are a must.

 

House floor plan (architect's drawings)