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Bordered by a stone wall gate, this stunning Provence vacation villa is light and airy. This Provencal farmhouse has a blush facade, light blue shutters and a wisteria-covered pergola for al fresco dining. The decor is tasteful and subtle, with bronze, sepia and copper shades throughout. Walk into the sitting room and a stone fireplace comes into view. A separate dining room comes fitted with a rustic table and a brass chandelier that looms over it. All four bedrooms are decorated in similar earth tones.
You’ll feel like you’ve gone back in time vacationing here in the French countryside. Visions of lavender fields, olive trees, fine wines and stunning Mediterranean views haunt past visitors, drawing them back to the south of France. Provence has been immortalized by Peter Mayle and Van Gogh, and its idealized image certainly precedes it. This villa is located in the charming village of Mollégès. The village rose to fame for its hugely popular, five-star restaurant, Mas du Capoun. But there’s much more to this quaint village than decadent cuisine.
When you enter, you will instantly be immersed in the refined atmosphere of this exceptional venue, a private mansion from the 18th century. From the cour d’honneur to the magnificent private gardens, and many historic rooms, it’s like traveling back in time.
You can’t help but fall in love with the Old Town of Aix. The architecture is stunning and the many old stone fountains and structures are awesome to see. This low key yet vibrant town has tons of old world character with lots of cute shops and restaurants. It’s a wonderful way to spend a day.
Dotted around the center of Aix are several farmers markets that can be found on various days of the week. Selling everything from fresh fruit and veggies, to meat, fish, herbs and spices, bread, cakes, soap, flowers, and plants. They are wonderful places to wander around, and sample your way through all the delicious foods offered by the different local vendors.
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“This villa is an authentically rustic, charming and very private farmhouse in a stunning setting. When you’re vacationing in the French countryside, you don’t want something too modern. This villa had the all the luxurious extras we appreciated, but also fit so perfectly with the surrounding stone villages of years past.” – Equity Estates Investor