Just a ten minute walk from St Remy de Provence, this enviable country residence is an attractive traditional property.
A variety of mature trees line the enclosed grounds and surround the pool, making this an idyllic spot to lounge under the parasols.
Al fresco dining can be enjoyed on one of the two terraces found between the pool and house.
Children will love the space to play and the sports room.
The furnished inside rooms are sizeable and comfortably furnished, having been tastefully renovated and modernised.
The white washed walls complement the beamed ceiling, giving this villa is contemporary and stylish feel.
Located on the northern edge of Les Alpilles, St Remy is a beautiful town which inspired Van Gogh.
Explore its boulevards and restaurants, and pick up some local delights at the Wednesday morning market.
Artists will love wandering the galleries to see local artists at work.
There is so much to explore in this area, from its idyllic villages and famous towns, to the vineyards and sunflower fields.
Take a trip to the charming squares of Les Baux de Provence, and admire its stunning views across the Crau plain.
Villa Interiors (430m2)
This beautiful house is situated on a quiet residential road only a ten minute walk from the centre of St-Rémy-de-Provence.
You will experience the charm of a typically Provençal way of life in St-Rémy where you can stroll along the boulevards, browse among the stalls of the Wednesday morning market or follow the Van Gogh trail. It’s located on the plains at the northern edge of Les Alpilles and is where Nostrodamus was born, Van Gogh painted Starry Night and many artists now live. The ancient centre has pretty squares, fountains, medieval buildings and cobbled streets as well as plenty of restaurants and shops. Hiring an electric bike is an excellent way to savour the landscapes around St-Rémy or head out on a tour to enjoy a spot of wine tasting.
There is so much to do in this whole area of idyllic villages, famous towns, vineyards and stretches of vibrant summer sunflowers. Nearby Les Baux-de-Provence (11km) has charming squares and narrow streets with stunning views across the Crau plain the Camargue and the city of Arles. Mausanne-les-Alpilles (10km) is yet another delightful village and you shouldn’t miss the small hill top village of Eygalières (12km), one of the prettiest spots in Provence where a handful of resident celebrities appreciate the peace and privacy.
Set on the river Rhône lies Avignon (26km), a city which was once the seat of the Catholic popes and where you can now visit the massive Palais des Papes. Arles (26km) is another historic city, renowned for its Roman remains particularly the Amphitheatre which now hosts plays and concerts. Vincent Van Gogh was inspired to create over 500 works of art during his short stay here, including the famous Café la Nuit.
The nearby 900 square kilometres of La Camargue (43km) are unmissable with their wild terrain, beaches, windswept white horses and iconic pink flamingos. There are so many activities to be found here, ranging from riding, trekking and quad biking to jeep tours across this extraordinary landscape.