5 bedroom stone house for sale
Vaison La Romaine, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, 84110, France
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- Swimming Pool
House for sale Vaison la Romaine 5km - Vaucluse.
Near Vaison la Romaine, beautiful villa of 184 m2 with 5 bedrooms, on a park of 6455 m2 plant of olive trees and with swimming pool .
Ground floor -Hall 2.50m2, Kitchen 23.50m2, Bedroom 9.50m2, Bathroom 3m.
Terrace covered 50m2, Garage 23m2, Pool house with wc 17m2. Garden 3.50m2. Vaison la Romaine - Provence
The Healey Fox Service
With more than 30 years experience of the French property market the team at Healey Fox offer an efficient and professional service to anyone looking to buy a home in France. The company is based in Surrey in the U.K., where we are always happy to meet with prospective buyers. In France, we work with carefully selected bi-lingual agencies who have intimate knowledge of their areas and properties and will be on hand to assist you during your visits and throughout the purchasing process.
The team in the U.K. is headed by Dan Brewer who was educated in France and has lived and worked there. We have huge knowledge of the country and are always happy to help you to choose the right area for your personal needs and to help you select properties to suit your requirements. Once all that is sorted we will make viewing appointments with our partner agents who will show you selected properties and help you find the right one to buy. Throughout the purchase process both the team in the U.K. and the agents in France will work with you to ensure a safe, efficient and pleasurable buying experience.
If this is the service you are looking for, not only have you found it with Healey Fox but the good news is, it is free! You pay exactly the same commission to the French agent for the purchase as if you walked in off the street, the agent then shares that commission with us.
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Provence - Vaucluse regional description
To many people, Provence is the dream they are chasing when they think of France and for most people the dream of true Provence is that offered by the interior. There is no denying that the coastline is beautiful but the real Provence is only experienced in the forests, vineyards and lavender fields of the hinterland. At Healey Fox we specialise in properties in Vaucluse, which we believe offers the very best of Provence. From the banks of the Rhone river in the west of the department to the foothills of the Alps in the east, this is a stunning Mediterranean landscape, cloaked in cypress trees, olive groves and hillsides covered in sweet smelling herbs. Owning a property in Vaucluse will allow you to enjoy a traditional Provencal way of life in this amazing corner of the south of France. Being in the hinterland of Provence most of the properties in Vaucluse enjoy lovely views of the Alps with the special Mont Ventoux never being far away. It's presence lends a magical feel to the area and its peak covered in shimmering white limestone always makes one look twice to make sure that It hasn't been snowing overnight! There are small modern properties, old village houses and lovely traditional detached farmhouses and a budget of €250,000 gives you a good choice of houses to buy in Vaucluse.
Vaucluse - a department of contrasts
Apart from the wonderful Mediterranean feel the department Vaucluse is renowned for its cherry and apricot orchards which flourish abundantly on the Rhone river plain in the west of the area. It's a wonderful experience to drive through the orchards on your way to Mont Ventoux. Leaving behind the heat of the plains in high summer with temperatures in the mid 30's and arriving at the top of Mont Ventoux only half an hour later is an almost surrealistic experience. Dressed for summer and arriving in freezing conditions at the top you are forced to rush from the car park to the mountain auberge to warm up with a welcome fondue and a glass of mulled wine. With such a diverse landscape there is certainly something for everyone to enjoy in Vaucluse. Life takes place in the village squares where it is pretty essential to enjoy a glass of Pastis in the region of France in which it was first produced. Sipping Pastis in a pavement cafe where the scent of tissane trees mingles with the perfume of lavender, you can be in no doubt that you have finally arrived in Provence. All you need to do now is to choose from the many Vaucluse properties our partner agents offer and then your dream will have come true.
The Mediterranean experience
For special days out it is hard to beat Fontaine-de-Vaucluse and Avignon. The Avignon festival, which precedes the Edinburgh one, is just as lively, maybe even more off-the-wall and certainly sunnier and warmer than its Scottish counterpart. For a big evening out, the opera in the open air Roman amphitheatre in Orange is a must. Apart from these special towns there are numerous charming small market towns and villages where the stalls overflow with local produce, bright red peppers, juicy tomatoes, olives,courgette flowers, fragrant herbs and, of course, peaches, apricots, cherries and nectarines. Healey Fox have four partner agent offices selling property in northern Vaucluse covering the area from the Roman town of Vaison-la-Romaine to Nyons. Both these towns are full of interesting sights, rivers and markets and the villages around offer beautiful architecture, but then everything would look beautiful in the climate of the south of France, 300 days of sunshine each year, what a treat.
- Nîmes (Garons) (INTERNATIONAL), 47.5 miles
- Provence (INTERNATIONAL), 55.7 miles
- Méditerranée (INTERNATIONAL), 72 miles
- Toulon (Le Palyvestre) (INTERNATIONAL), 96.3 miles
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