Bourgeois house built in the 19th century (1820) and acquired in 1938 to establish a family home. Entrance to the Bourgeoise house via a beautiful courtyard of approximately 200 m² decorated with 2 magnificent lime trees.
On the garden-courtyard level: A beautiful North-South crossing entrance bringing light to this space. Living room with marble fireplace, dining room to the north opposite the separate kitchen with a utility room, laundry room and access to a shed / large garage with attic, where there is a staircase providing access to the 1st floor (North-East, former apartment). Cement tile and terracotta floors. Very high ceilings. First floor : A large hallway serves 4 large bedrooms: - 1 large bedroom with alcove and a fireplace (blocked), a water point and a very beautiful tiled floor, view of the Monts de Vaucluse. - 1 large bedroom with fireplace and adjoining bathroom, to the West o These last two communicate
In the corridor to the North, a separate toilet - 1 large bedroom to the North-West with fireplace and bathroom - 1 large bedroom with fireplace and a small living room From here we have access to the annexes (garage - old stables downstairs) with: - 1 living room with “ante-bedroom”, this part was occupied by the grandparents, - 1 WC - 1 small kitchen from the 50s Attic above the garage On the 2nd floor: 3 small bedrooms with water point, trunk room, 1 WC 3rd floor : ð Access to the 3 large attics formerly the silkworm farm The property is located in an urban environment yet enjoys a location away from the hustle and bustle of the city center.
The adjoining extension located to the south was created in the 90s and offers 3 apartments currently rented, with independent entrance via 53 chemin de Saint Labre