Superbly restored between 1998 and 2000, this wonderful stone house is located right on the edge of a picturesque medieval hilltop village in the Drôme Provençal, not far from Montelimar.
It's set between two charming and well laid out gardens, each measuring around 300m², with stone walls, terraces, plenty of established planting and, above all, a great view.
From the front door of the main house, you walk straight into a beautiful living/dining room with a stone fireplace and, beyond that, a fitted kitchen and a stylish lounge with a wonderful vaulted ceiling. This room leads to a magnificent winter garden, which, thanks to its imaginative use of glass (including the ceiling), lends the ground floor a very light and airy feel. It also means the interior enjoys a great view of the village's Roman church tower. A small cloakroom and separate WC complete the ground floor.
The first floor features the main bedroom with mezzanine office and en-suite bathroom, as well as a second bedroom - effectively another mezzanine - overlooking the main living/dining room.
There are exposed wooden beams, stone walls and plenty of original features throughout. And the whole property has been extremely tastefully and professionally restored to a very high level.
Indeed, the same theme continues in the independent studio, which comprises: a living room; terrace; bedroom (again, with mezzanine); kitchen area; shower room; and WC.
The property also features a third garden where there is an old stone ruin crying out to be restored. This area would make the perfect spot either for some extra living space or even a pool.
Other features include a oppened garage, off road parking, wine cellar, boiler room and central heating.