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||Dept||Bouches du Rhone|
|Surface||450 M2*||Plot Size||70371 M2|
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This traditional 19th century farm has been fully renovated and presents as an exceptional equestrian property just 13kms from Salon-de-Provence, 8kms from the A7 motorway and 30kms from Aix-en-Provence, located in the quiet countryside of Alleins, gorgeous medieval village, close to the southern boundary of the Luberon National Park and the Alpilles National Park. This property has 7,5 hectares of excellent pasture and has been conceived with the love and welfare of horses at the forefront, offering you over 500m² of stables, barns and stores as well as fantastic living accommodation with many aspects that can be further developed. Read more ...
This is a rare equestrian property located in the Durance valley, just 7kms outside of the Luberon and Alpilles National Parks and 30kms from Aix en Provence, set in over 7,5 hectares of some of the finest pastures in South Eastern France, complete with 9 irrigated paddocks, winter and summer shelter for the horses, impeccable tack room for storage and a set up where the welfare of the horses is very clearly the priority! not to mention the sand arena and the wonderful riding trails off the property!
The current accommodation is in a traditional 19 century provençal farm on 2 floors, renovated by the current proprietor with taste using atypical materials of character. The ground floor is composed by a spacious 100m² lounge with open fireplace and doors to the garden, a kitchen and dining room; separate is a back kitchen of 8m² used for boiler, heat pump and white goods. Behind the living space is a large bedroom and dressing of 20m², office space of 25m² and family bathroom (bath and shower) of 7m² with separate toilets of 2,5m². There are two discreet stair cases leading you to the second floor where you will find two large double bedrooms, of approx 50m² each, easily transformed into an ensuite and in a small independent apartment.
Next to the house is a 2-storey building which could either be converted into further stables or into a clubhouse or gites as each floor is approximately 100m² .
Next to this is a large stable block with 6 horseboxes with automated water troughs which is also home to agricultural vehicles, and tools a large tack room and workshop. There is the potential for converting this space to accommodate a further 3 boxes if desired. The average box is 4x5m and this space also accommodates hot water showers, toilets for riders and storage for all the equipment needed.
Across the yard from the main buildings is a further barn (partly open) of around 300m² with accommodation for 6 horses with heated regulated water troughs where vehicles and vans are parked and the hay is stored. There is a meadow of 5 hectares which is used for the production of hay, namely 50 tonnes a year.
This property benefits from a centralised security system over the main house as well as the outbuildings with an electric gate and interphone. The sceptic tank is to the norms and was changed in 2013.
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