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Inside our three-level home, your footsteps retrace those of previous generations on original tomette tiles [traditional hexagonal terra cotta tiles]. With ceiling fans throughout and fuel-fired central heat, our old winemaker’s home is ideal for year-round living.

First level: A garage, laundry, sitting room and toilet/shower-room.
Second level: Living room, dining room, kitchen, toilet/shower-room, and terrace.
Third level: Four bedrooms (sinks in two of them) and full bath with two sinks.

Four bedrooms sleep eight comfortably and privately, yet a single couple will feel cozy. Three toilets and shower-rooms/bathrooms (one on each level); private sinks in two bedrooms, ceiling fans, fuel-fired central heat (important for off-season holidays).

The living area is comfortably furnished, including an antique table just suited for a game of cards, writing letters,or perhaps finally writing your memoirs or even a novel. Each bedroom has a writing desk in case you need solitude to fire your inspiration.

You will arrive to a simply stocked kitchen – coffee, teas, cereals, milk, spices, pastas, sauce, and more. Use what you need and replace what you use!

The house is fully outfitted for daily life: ample cookware; dishware and glasses (including plastic ware for kids); a food processor and an immersion blender; modern kitchen (including dishwasher, convection oven, beaucoup de cooking utensils); linens; washer & solar dryer (laundry line); private pool; garage; iron & ironing board; children’s games; even simple first aid materials including a thermometer; a wonderful library of books about Provence, maps, tour guides, etc., plus a wide selection of other reading, from fiction to history.

Then there’s a wood-burnng fireplace, local telephone, wireless high-speed Internet connection, satellite TV, DVD player, and portable speakers for iPods.

NOTE: Please limit smoking to the outside, as we are allergic non-smokers.



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