Traditional 'Bastide' property typical of the Luberon on 1.2 hectares, accommodation in the house of 250 m2, 7 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, plus a detached house 60 m2, swimming pool, panoramic views over the Luberon.
Situated in Goult, this contemporary residence combines elegance and sobriety. Beautifully made, it is located in a green setting, very quiet, a few kms from the village.
Built recently she has been in the respect for tradition improved quality materials and modern facilities.
Ideally located in the Luberon:
Near Gordes, it is in an exuberant nature outside the village of Goult, with its castle, cafes, restaurants Provençal market and art galleries.
Built on a hill, the view is panoramic on Luberon from all sides in a natural environment.
With over one hectare of land, the country house is very quiet and without harm yet 5 minutes from the village.
The wide entrance sets the tone: discreet luxury and refinement!
It distributes the living room with fireplace and a lovely large kitchen also with fireplace, lined with a pantry and laundry.
The set opens onto a large covered terrace with a pergola and offers a clear view of the countryside with the backdrop, the majestic Luberon.
The staircase leads upstairs which consists of a welcoming address, 3 bedrooms and a dressing room. The 2 master bedrooms communicate through a shared bathroom with bath and walk-in shower.
The view over the Luberon from upstairs is also panoramic.
The house for entertaining family and friends has private access and terraces.
The sunken swimming pool you can relax in the sun, surrounded by nature, without any harm to the dwelling.
Goult is an authentic village in this part of the Luberon highly sought, 6 km from Gordes, and easy to access. The Avignon TGV train station is 45 km and the international airport of Marseille Provence 80 km.
The department of Vaucluse is bordered by the Rhone river to the west and the River Durance to the south. Mountains dominate a significant proportion of the eastern half of the department, with Mont Ventoux (1,912 m), also known as "the Giant of Provence", overseeing the landscape.
Other important mountain ranges include the 'Dentelles de Montmirail', the 'Monts de Vaucluse', and the 'Luberon' made famous in the books by Marcel Pagnon. Fruit and vegetables are cultivated in great quantities in the lower-lying parts of the department, on one of the most fertile plains in southern France.
The Vaucluse département has a rather large exclave within the Drome department, the canton of Valréas (Enclave des Papes).
Fontaine de Vaucluse, source of the Sorgues, characterised by an upward movement of water from the depth of over 315 metres (1,033 ft)
Vaucluse is also known for its karst, including the karst spring Fontaine de Vaucluse after which "Vauclusian Risings" are named.
Important urban centres include Avignon, Orange, Carpentras, Cavaillon, and Apt.
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