Split over three levels, this beautiful property oozes charm and features;
• Large living/dining area with kitchen opening onto terraces with barbeque and village views.
• 3 bedroom suites (one having a sizeable terrace)
• Independently accessed studio bedroom with private terrace
• Unique reception room bar/library with vaulted ceiling and fireplace
• Private parking for 2 cars
• Only 200m from the medieval fortress's main northern gate and the cobbled streets lined with wonderful restaurants, art galleries and boutiques.
Access to the house is via a staircase leading up from the lane, where there is private parking for 2 cars. Those few steps will bring you to a terrace that virtually surrounds the house. Up to the left there is a small studio independent from the main house, which has its own little shaded terrace and is accessible via a private staircase from the front and the rear of the house.
From the terrace, the main entrance opens to a large living / dining room with a fully-fitted, open-plan kitchen. The cosy lounge area with open fireplace is reached via two small steps down from the generously-proportioned dining area and opens out onto a beautiful little 15m² terrace with church view.
From the dining area, a corridor takes you to the first bedroom suite, with its hardwood floor and vibrant Provençal colours, as well as a staircase leading down to the lower level. The oak door opposite the main entrance leads to a staircase up to the spacious master bedroom suite on the top floor, which has its own beautiful 30m² sun terrace with amazing panoramic views, from the hills to your left via the medieval ramparts in the centre and across the Mediterranean pine-tops down to the valley.
But arguably one of the most attractive features to this unique property waits below… When heading down that final staircase with its tastefully lit, decorated alcoves, the wow factor is definitely there as the “old clubhouse” appears before you. Immediately to your left is the third bedroom suite with its earthy colours, terra cotta tiled floor and copious in-built cupboard space and shelving.
With its unique stone columns and vaulted ceiling, the house’s 65m² main reception room is truly stunning. Plenty of light is provided through the big, south-facing bay windows. The room is currently divided into three areas comprising a library / office / reading space to your left and centre, a beautifully-equipped bar in the corner and finally a lovely, warm and cosy lounge area surrounding the open fireplace to your right.
Previously home to a renowned Italian artist whose works can be admired in several spots throughout the village, for some years the lower level of the property served as an informal clubhouse to the Saint Paul art community, where many a joyous evening was hosted in its unique, vaulted lounge / bar and where a wonderfully warm atmosphere continues to reign!
Throughout there is a tasteful mixture of typical Mediterranean materials, from local stone, hardwood and Italian terra cotta flooring to glazed tiles from Fayence.
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