An Historic French Country Maisonette
Back on the other side of the village in pretty little private cul-de-sac and on the site of the ancient hay-loft or barn once belonging to the local olive-pressing farm, is a tastefully built maison de village which is named La Grange in honour of its past history.
Suits two couples or two singles (separate rooms) or families of four to five.
Though quite new, this sweet little house is built in traditional style harmonising perfectly with the older houses surrounding it.
It is centrally located in the heritage quarter of the village and sits under the shade of a 300-year-old yew tree.
The house is very comfortable and suits one couple, two couples or a family up to five people. It is fully air-conditioned, centrally heated, has on-site parking and a small terrace area where you can enjoy a crisp rosé on a warm day or an evening meal under the kind skies of a Provençal ‘starry night’. Or, if you prefer to watch the world go by, stroll down to the central square – it’s only a two-minute walk there.
Parking is on-site with automatic gate operated by either remote control or keypad on wall.
•TV (satellite) with English and French channels, telephone (unrestricted), books and music system.
•Free wireless broadband internet (as in all our other cottages).
•Cottage computer for web surfing and entertainment.
•A pair of French doors leads onto a paved outdoor terrace area with shade sail, table and chairs.
•A small bathroom with, shower and hand basin and toilet.
•Small laundry with washing machine and dryer.
•Completely custom built kitchen with all necessary appliances (dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave, cook top and high quality oven).
•A full complement of cookware and dinnerware.
•Entire cottage is air-conditioned and centrally heated.
•Two double Queen bedrooms, one with an extra single bed available for a fifth person or visitor.
•Bathroom with shower, hand basin and toilet adjacent (en-suite) to both bedrooms. This is decorated in a Moorish style and is very attractive.
•Cots can be provided for babies if needed.
•Just off the kitchen you have a shady terrace for en-plein air dining with views of the wonderful old Yew tree, neighbouring historic buildings and gardens.