House in CASENEUVE , Vaucluse , Provence Cote d Azur

€360,500 (HAI) £314,320**
Ref: 66982DDE84
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Caseneuve, Provence, Luberon. great beautiful provencal bastid, 180sqm, 4 bedrooms

Denis Descamps , your local Leggett agent, says :

Price €360 500 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 3 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€350 000 without fees)
Ref 66982DDE84
Town CASENEUVE Dept Vaucluse
Surface 180 M2* Plot Size 2416 M2
Bathroom 2 Bedrooms 4
Location
  • Village property
  • 50km or less to airport
  • 0-2KM to amenities
Type
  • House
  • Maison de Maitre
  • Holiday Home
  • Family Home
  • Country House
Features
  • Woodburner(s)
  • Private parking
  • Mountain view
  • High speed internet
  • Guest house / gite
  • Garage
  • Double glazing
  • Character property
  • Business potential
Condition
  • Excellent condition
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Rare: Magnificent recent traditional Bastide, comfort ideally located in Caseneuve.
Construction with quality materials on a plot of 2400m2.
Possibilities for a swimming pool building.


on the ground floor
entry of 13m2 overlooking large 23m2 equipped kitchen, large living room of 42m2, bathroom, toilet, 1 room of 18m2
upstairs
3 bedrooms of 22,14,13 m2 large landing, bathroom

Caseneuve is a beautiful village perched on a hill between the Luberon and Vaucluse mountains.
Lovely view of the Apt Valley and the Grand Luberon.
Numerous trails and hiking in the Luberon.
Coffee shop labeled "Bristro country."
Swimming pool Saint-Martin-de-Castillon 4 km.
Near the Colorado Provençal of Rustrel.
Geographic location :
Caseneuve is located in the heart of the Luberon Regional Park at 10 km from Apt, between the mountains of Vaucluse and the Luberon mountain. perfect holiday destination to visit the villages of the Luberon and hiking!

Sightseeing:
Remains of walls.
Imposing castle of the 11th, Provençal Romanesque style, well restored (private).
Romanesque chapel of the castle.
Parish Church of medieval origin.
Remains of the chapel of the 11th Notre-Dame-des-Aumades.
The biggest oratory of Provence (early 19th), located at the entrance of the village.
Markets, festivals, fairs and festivals:
Local Festival the last Sunday of July.
Cherry Festival in early June.
Horse Festival, the second weekend of October.

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Location in France

The Vaucluse is an inland department of the Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur region, and accommodates just under a half a million people. The department contains some of the most picturesque villages and unspoilt countryside that southern France has to offer, and places like Avignon and Orange are now considered quite trendy holiday spots for both the French and foreigners alike.
Avignon has some amazing ramparts, beautiffuly preserved, and a city teeming with history, culture and gorgeous architecture. The old lanes of Avignon are a treat, and there are many antique dealers should you want to purchase a small piece of local history. From the top of Avignon's ramparts one can survey the stunning Rhône Valley. From here it is easy to appreciate the town's strategic significance and its command over the surrounding region.
The town of Orange is located in the northern Vaucluse, amidst a formidable landscape, packed with lush vegetation, pine forests and towering mountains. It is reknowned for producing a large amount of honey. The town's name reflects the fact that the majority of the town's buildings are distinctly orange in colour. In 1530, Orange began to lend its trademarked colour to Holland, Northern Ireland, The Orange Free State and Orange, New Jersey.
To the south of the department, Luberon is a famous area, reknowned for quaint, typical french villages and magnificent castles.
The department does not have its own international airport as yet, and so Nimes or Marseille are the nearest airports, offering relatively easy access into the department. The train is also easy to access with TGV links to both cities as well as onward to Paris.
French houses and villas in this department are very desirable, and the proximity to the coast has an inevitable effect on property prices. The increased popularity of the area means it is often difficult to find any bargains or properties that need renovation, but stunning luxury homes and prestige properties are instead the order of the day!