surrounded by 1.5 ha of tranquil grounds in rural Provence
In rural Provence, in a vine-growing region. 35 minutes from Aix-en-Provence and its festival as well as the sea. 45 minutes from Toulon/Hyères airport and 50 minutes from Nice and Marseille airports. 45 minutes from Aix-en-Provence and Toulon TGV train stations, and 25 minutes from that of Arcs-Draguignan. A few kilometres from a delightfully authentic village and from Brignolles, a small town with schools, shops and a hospital.
The north side is all on a level with the first floor. The terraced grounds spanning 1.5 ha, opposite a wooded, rocky hillside, are mainly composed of an olive grove, an oak wood and grasslands with fruit trees. 2 outbuildings stand behind the house. This residential sector with scattered housing has no visual or audible nuisances. The swimming pool area, on the south-east side of the house, is enclosed.
The traditional Mas house
Built in the 19th century in a superb setting, this house spans a floor surface area of 248 m². The south-facing facade of this 2-storey house is 7 windows wide. The three sections comprising the building stand side by side, the middle one being slightly lower. The gable roof, covered with Roman tiles, has a double overhanging cornice. The walls are 80 cm to 1 m thick, keeping the inside of the house cool in the summer months. A large, 180 m² tiled terrace has been built along the south-facing facade.
This traditional Mas house backs on to the hill with no windows on the north side and just 2 doors acting as exits from upstairs. The renovation works, carried out in 2008, installed thermal insulation in the building which has terracotta tiled floors throughout, with underfloor heating, as well as whitewashed walls and smooth Tuscan rendering.
A vaulted storeroom adjoins a kitchen on the east side, from where a stairway housed in the tower leads upstairs. This room opens on to the large, south-facing terrace. In the centre of the building, a reception room features a fireplace and a second stairway leading upstairs. A window, a door and a French window make the room extremely luminous. On the west side are a bedroom with a south-facing French window and its shower room, dressing room and toilet; this section could be made independent. There is a second toilet at the bottom of the stairs.
The main stairway leads up to a south-facing room in the central section which is laid out as a study. On the east side are a bedroom with 2 south-facing windows, a toilet, a shower room and an east-west facing bedroom, on the north side, with a terrace on the east side. A door in the corridor leads outside on the north side to a section which could be converted into a terrace, facing the woods. In the west section is a large south-facing bedroom with parquet flooring and an adjoining bathroom, as well as a laundry room with a door leading outside on the north side.
Group of buildings
The outbuildings stand on the north and east sides of the grounds. They comprise a large, 60 m², metal farm shed, an old, 20 m² stone stable that is open on the south side, a rabbit hutch and a henhouse, as well as a small sheet metal shed covered in wood.
Ideally situated in the centre of Provence, this traditional Mas house forms a dwelling that is pleasant to live in and designed such that it is easy to move around its luminous rooms. It has been fully renovated and two bedrooms are independent and can be used for guests. In a superb, peaceful setting, this property has balanced, varied grounds which will enable its new owners to accommodate a horse and go for outings in a countryside that is well suited to hiking and horseback riding. This property would also suit golfers as there are 24 golf courses less than an hour away.
720 000 € Negotiation fees included
690 000 € Fees excluded
Forfait de 30 000 € TTC à la charge de l’acquéreur
|Land registry surface area||15516 m2|
|Main building surface area||238 m2|
|Outbuilding surface area||110 m2|
Fabienne Pillard +33 1 42 84 80 85
NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.