Built in 1880, the house was tastefully renovated keeping such beautiful features as original stone staircases and walls, exposed beams and ancient tile floors. Today La Peyriere comfortably accommodates 6 to 8 people in four double bedrooms with 3 bathrooms and generous living areas.
Garden, terraces and swimming pool to suit any moment of the day
With over 300 days of sunshine a year, Provence consistently delivers hot and sunny summers. At la Peyriere you have a choice of day beds around the pool, hammoc under a tree, two dining areas, one on the front terrace shaded by mature pine trees, the other next to the barbecue. The property includes a large vast expanse of native 'garrigue' behind the house ensuring privacy.
Located on a hill overlooking vineyards and olive groves, the house enjoys stunning 180° views of the plains below, taking the eye all the way to the Luberon and Alpilles ranges over 30 kilometres away. Located at the end of a no-through road and backing onto a nature reserve where rosemary and thyme grow wild, the house offers complete privacy in a beautifully preserved natural environment.
Yet the village of Beaumes-de-Venise is only 1.5 km away so your morning baguette and croissants are within easy reach.
The quaint village of Beaumes-de- Venise, home of the renown sweet muscat wine, is located at the heart of Provence's wine country which includes Chateauneuf du Pape, Gigondas, Vacqueyras and Cötes-du-Rhône. Follow the wine trails and go explore
For cycling enthusiasts, Mount Ventoux is just round the corner. The region also offers an amazing array of picturesque villages, street markets, scenic drives, hiking trails and cultural events. You will have easy access to:
- Avignon and its famous Popes Palace
- Orange and its Roman Theatre
- the medieval villages of Sablet, Seguret, Bedoin etc.
- Vaison-la-Romaine with its Roman ruins and Tuesday market
Tous droits réservés - 2013 - Propriété de la Peyrière à Beaumes de Venise.