At the beginning, it is a mill then baths, where two sources pass, one soft, the other sulphurous, always present.
Falling in love with the place, a German painter, specializing in traditional Japanese painting “Nihonga,” imagines a Zen guest room. The renovation of this place is the result of the meeting of this passionate artist and a Japanese architect. Feng shui will resonate with classic Provençal housing and Japanese tradition.
Before the entrance, there is the Genkan, where you put your shoes, with sumptuous drawers that protect your belongings.
Then the living room and its open kitchen, where the volumes have been completely redesigned. A beautiful insert responds to a semi-professional kitchen with Japanese accents and the purity and elegance of a veneer of fruit trees. The pear tree and the cherry tree offer a setting that recalls the work of our great architects who were inspired by the land of the rising sun. Everything is thought out, thought out and arranged rationally, and in the Japanese tradition, removable counters, rolling table with marble top. It is a kitchen that has nothing to envy to professional kitchens. The volumes of the room and its veranda, opening onto the terrace, invite meals between guests.
A magnificent office with generous volumes opens onto a north terrace where a corner of the garden invites you to concentrate.
Upstairs, a sublime light-through workshop can accommodate artists, therapists or other activities. A Japanese step brings us to “the baths”. Indeed this incredible bathroom with Japanese codes, offers us a bathtub where the water flows through a stone, a wooden shower in xxl size, a sauna, sinks with mirrors that reflect the light and its interplay between outside and inside The zen spirit of the black and white bathrooms will highlight the pictures offered by the windows opening onto a truly Provençal nature. These spaces with pure and thoughtful lines with noble materials, stone and wood are a journey! Two huge bedrooms and their dressing room with rice paper doors finish this floor
And to be completely disoriented, a traditional Japanese studio welcomes us on the ground floor. Its beech wood floor and tatami mats, its ceilings reflecting the roofs of Kyoto, its bathroom like traditional baths, everything speaks of ancestral Japan in this magnificent place, Asia and Provence, the guests of this place are delighted .
Additional spaces, cellars, garages, quality service, this place is truly unique!
Between vineyards and lavender, five minutes from Sault, this property is located 30 minutes from Carpentras and the train connection to Avignon and the TGV station.
Sales fees in France at the expense of the seller.
In Monaco there will be always a buyer fee of 3%.
For holiday rentals in France 20-25% of the rental amount at the expense of the tenant.
For long-term rental in France 13 EUR/Sqm at the expense of the tenant