Dating from the 13C and further developed in the 16 & 18C, the house is believed to have ecclesiastical origins. Since the 1990's the property has been been continually refined with architectural elements and interiors sourced from France, Spain and Morocco, to become an international home of exceptional charm and character.
Tennis Court set on the lower terrace.
Swimming pool, salt system with sun terrace.
Independent self-contained guest accommodation in a charming Cottage.
Cottage - The Serre.
Château and main accommodation.
Courtyard. Former stables with six loose boxes
Loft conversion currently configured for teenagers.
Village chapel now decommissioned.
From the main house there are multiple openings onto a paved courtyard and terraces link with skillfully planted and landscaped areas with long vistas to a distant hill village. An extravagant changing room wing leads through to salt water swimming pool with a private sun deck. A hard tennis court is ideally set on a lower terrace and a walled garden and orchard surround the hamlet chapel.