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€1 785 000 (FAI)**
|Surface||1200 M2*||Plot Size||19 M2|
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Old farm with an old tower dating 12th century (part of Ansouis castle) on a 19.4 ha land.
Panoramic view over the campaign and Ansouis Castle
5 ha vineyard (tenant farming)
1 ha olive trees - 200 trees (tenant farming)
High touristic potential for this property (buildings of 1,200 m2):
Mansion house 338 m2
Hangar 275 m2
Attic 551 m2
Poultry house 54 m2
*These data are for information only and have no contractual value. Leggett Immobilier cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies that may occur.*
**The currency conversion is for convenience of reference only.
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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!