‘La Maison du Faïencier’
Varages, Provence, South of France
Built more than 400 years ago in 1609 and renovated to the highest of standards in 2004 this is a large, luxurious, prestigious property.
It offers 440m² (4736ft²) of light-filled, majestic, living space with 6 double bedrooms and 7 power-shower rooms.
It occupies a dominant position on the main Place (square) of an historic hill-top village with a pedestrian precinct and the village fountain to the front and a mature secluded garden and swimming pool to the rear.
The village of Varages, famous for centuries for its production of Faïencie (fine china), is located in the centre of ‘The golden Triangle’: an area which boasts of the Gorge du Verdon to the north, the Mediterranean coast to the south, and the culture-capital city of Aix-en-Provence to the west.
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