MURS VAUCLUSE PROVENCE
006741-MD-FR | O.R.
7 bedroom manor house for sale, Murs, Vaucluse, Provence
Murs (Mus in Occitan) is a commune in the Vaucluse department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France. Beautifully and entirely modernised 7 bedroom manor house with a total spacious living area of 550 m², set within a large plot of 270,000 m² with panoramic views towards Monts du Vaucluse and the Luberon and a swimming pool. Situated near the village of Gordes, this magnificent home is nestled in around 66 acres of preserved nature, in a quiet and beautiful setting.
SIVERGUES VAUCLUSE PROVENCE
006740-MD-FR | 4.900.000 €
9 bedroom manor house for sale, Sivergues, Vaucluse, Provence French Riviera
Sivergues is a commune in the Vaucluse department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France. Prestigious property located in the Luberon - Batisse area, dating from 1604, on 35 hectares of land, in a quiet area. In one of the most beautiful places with great views over the Luberon, this exceptional property offers approximately 650m2 of living area, with a caretaker's house and guest house. The stone building dates from 1604 and has been largely restored using original materials and high quality fixtures & fittings (slate floors, antique doors, marble staircase Jerusalem 13th Century ...). It includes vaulted rooms, wine cellar, kitchen, 9 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. Set on 35 hectares, with a beautiful garden created by an internationally renowned landscaper.
MENERBES VAUCLUSE PROVENCE
006739-MD-FR | O.R.
11 bedroom house for sale, Menerbes, Vaucluse, Provence
Ménerbes is a commune in the Vaucluse department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France, a walled village on a hilltop in the Luberon mountains, foothills of the French Alps. Rural Vaucluse was described by author Marcel Pagnol in such novels as Manon des Sources, a hardscrabble peasant life in a declining economy. In the years after 1945 the region offered cheap holiday homes. By 1960 Ménerbes was half depopulated but was the residence of Dora Maar, an artist as well as a lover and muse of Picasso, and the widow of artist Nicolas de Staël, and holiday homes of a London art dealer and a French diplomat, whose visitors to Ménerbes thus included many artistic notables. The region grew lavender, mushrooms, truffles and harsh red wine. Within sight of Ménerbes are the ruins of the Chateau de Lacoste, country residence of the notorious Marquis de Sade. Ménerbes became known in the English-speaking world since 1990 through the books of British author Peter Mayle, tales of a British expatriate who settled in the village of Ménerbes. One of his books was made into the film A Good Year (2006), directed by Ridley Scott and starring Russell Crowe, which was filmed nearby in the region, largely in the nearby town of Bonnieux. Mayle's best-known book was A Year in Provence, and this put the Luberon region onto the tourist map. This beautiful estate which includes two guest houses is located in Menerbes, in an elevated position offering spectacular far reaching views. Facing a hilltop village this stunning property comes with refined interiors and interesting indoor/outdoor living spaces. The estate is composed of a main house and two guests houses with various living rooms and bedrooms with a total of 11 bedrooms. Prestigious gardens with rose gardens, 6 holes golf course, several outbuildings and caretaker's house. Its history as well as its location makes this a most desirable mansion.