- Character Property
- Bedrooms: 6
- Bathrooms: 5
- Reception rooms: 2
- Property size: 290 sqm
- Land size: 2.9 Hectares
- Year built: 1800
Traditional stone house with converted barn
Fantastic pool with spectacular views
New bathrooms and kitchens
Lots of off street parking
Lots of olive trees
Located in a quiet hamlet
Plenty of outdoor dining space
2.9 hectares of land
3 master bedrooms with ensuite
Beautifully renovated traditional French stone house set in acres of olives groves. The property consists of a large double fronted stone house with central staircase and an adjacent stone barn on two floors. There are 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms with a lovely pool and great views and lots of outdoor living/entertaining space.
The house and barn (built in 1796) have been carefully renovated and include all the modern fitting and fixtures you would expect. Both buildings face south-east and have fabulous views.
The main house is a tastefully renovated double fronted stone house with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. There are two master bedrooms in the main house and 2 further bedrooms with a family bathroom. It is surrounded by a covered terrace for outdoor dining and living.
The converted stone barn also has a master bedroom with ensuite and a further bedroom with family bathroom. It has its own well equipped kitchen, living room and outdoor living and dining area. In addition there is a further large terrace for sunbathing, entertaining or relaxing in between the two houses, set in a traditional french garden. The pool is located amongst the olive groves.
* Traditional provencal "mas" and stone barn, fully modernised throughout
* Sleeps 12 (8 in main house and 4 in the converted stone barn) and is ideal for families or groups of friends
* Beautiful swimming pool (10m by 5m) with large sun terrace
The property in located in the commune of Mons (Saint-Jean), which is peaceful and sheltered with marvellous views over the nearby hills. The closest village - Mons - is 7 minutes away by car and sits unchanged on a rocky outcrop for 1,000 years, with spectacular views to the Mediterranean. Mons has an épicier, a boulanger and 2 restaurants and is a beautiful place to explore.
Nearby are the popular and scenic 'villages perches' of Fayence, Callian, Montauroux and St. Cezaire, where you can find an enormous range of shops, supermarkets and restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets: everything from local with atmosphere to elegant with Michelin stars.