This house is located in a residential neighborhood within walking distance of the popular Provencal town of Carpentras. Within steps will medieval churches, delicious restaurants, and places where you can buy fresh French bread. You’ll be near all the sights only you’ll have privacy and quiet surroundings while you’re in you own garden with a swimming pool. The pool is open from the beginning of June to the end of September.
(535 m2/5,758 ft2) Built in 1996, this property is full of plants, trees, and flowers. The backyard features a landscaped garden that surrounds a private swimming pool (4m diameter). The pool is open from the beginning of June to the end of September. A terrace is furnished with a table and chairs that is covered by an umbrella. The property is secured by an electric gate and parking is available in an individual garage.
Ground Floor: The entrance leads to a combined living and dining room with a couch, chairs, TV (local channels only), DVD player, and a table with chairs as well as access to the terrace. The kitchen is equipped with a cook-top, oven, and dishwasher. There are two bedrooms, each with a queen-sized bed (160 cm), and one bathroom with a sink, shower, and separate toilet room. First Floor: A staircase (with no banister) leads up to one bedroom with a king-sized bed (180 cm) and one bathroom with a sink, toilet, and tub with a handheld shower.
Please Note: The staircase from the ground floor to the first floor does not have banisters, which could be a safety issue for small children. Two hours of housekeeping per week is included
The property is located 500 meters from Caprentras, a town full of shops, restaurants, cafes, bakeries, and markets as well as a post office, bank, and pharmacy. Carpentras is known as being a market town and gets many visitors during the spring for their fresh strawberries. The main sights include the St Siffrein Cathedral, the 14th century Porte d’Orange, and the Roman Arc de Triomphe. Avignon is the main highlight in the area and should definitely be visited during a day trip or two. A city bordered by medieval walls, Avignon is full of winding streets and ancients buildings home to shops, restaurants, and markets. Energetic and lively, partly because of its university, Avignon has countless activities and places to see. The noteworthy sites include the Palais des Papes, the Musee Carnavalet, and the Notre Dame des Doms cathedral. Other great day trip destinations in the region include St-Remy-de-Provence and Cavaillon. Nearby Attractions: Avignon (shops, restaurants, markets, nightlife, museums, Palais des Papes, ancient buildings, medieval walls, churches, cathedrals), St Remy de Provence, Cavaillon, Arles, Luberon National Park St Remy de Provence: 57/35.5 mi km Cavaillon: 45 km/28 mi Avignon: 28 km/17 mi Carpentras: 500 meters/1,649 feet