The property is bordered by some of the Luberon's most emblematic villages, such as Roussillon, Bonnieux, Lacoste, Menerbes and Gordes. The TGV train stations of Avignon and Aix en Provence are accessible at 50mn from the domain and Marseille International Airport at 1h10mn.
Whilst the origins of the bastide date from the XII century, the architectural variations bear witness to the nuances of construction completed over the XV, XVI and XVII centuries. Notwithstanding its imposing demeanour, the citadel is structurally balanced and blends harmoniously into the rolling Luberon landscape.
An attractive orangerie and a 20m by 9m swimming pool with stone awning add to its charms, while a number of outbuildings provide storage for farm machinery.
The bastide also has a small private chapel integrated into the buildings.
The bastide offers 2000m² of living space built around a private courtyard, and is in fact divided into three residences:
- The main dwelling with kitchen/dining room, numerous living rooms, chapel, 7 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, gym, office.
- A 180m² duplex caretaker's apartment with garden and swimming pool, consisting of sitting room, kitchen and two bedrooms with bathrooms
- A 160m² guest's apartment with kitchen/living room, two bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The bastide is equipped with under-floor heating and air-conditioning for relief from the summer heat.
Of the 18ha of contiguous land, 16.4ha are made up of vineyard. The vines were replanted in their entirety ten years ago and are very well maintained. 10ha are planted with black grape varieties and 6ha are planted with Viognier (white variety). The domain has no winery and the harvest is at present sold directly to the local wine cooperative.