A fine French estate with a wonderful, peaceful ambiance. It has a rich history - originally a monastery, it was given to one of Napoleon’s generals, and used in the second world war to conceal escaping prisoners of war. Today it is an authentic mix of gardens, modern facilities (swimming pool, tennis court and gym), gold medal 2014 olive groves, and wild woodlands. High ceilings, a library and a wine cellar are just a few features of the charming main house. The principal residence, built as a Monastery in 1697, now offers spacious and modern accommodation. The five principal buildings, La Bastide, La Ferme, La Bergerie, Le Pigeonnier, and the Olive Press are grouped together in the midst of formal gardens and olive groves. There is, in addition, separate staff accommodation. A large pool with pool-house and summer kitchen, full size tennis court, paddocks, 700 litres of olive oil produced each year. Peaceful and south facing, and only a few hundred meters from the village.
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