Maison des Cyprès is the ideal house for families looking to wind down and relax. Situated in a rural location with fantastic views yet close to civilisation, with a boulangerie in the nearby village and supermarkets only 15 minutes’ drive away.

With four bedrooms the property sleeps up to eight people.


Upstairs there are three bedrooms; the master double with dual aspect windows to take in the incredible views, plus two twin rooms overlooking the pool and the fields beyond. There is also a spacious shower room.

  • Master bedroom

  • Bedroom 2

  • Bedroom 3

Living space

Downstairs there is a large salon, with a wood burning stove to keep cosy on those autumn and winter nights and a smart TV with DVD player. This leads through to a well equipped kitchen (oven, hob, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, coffee machine etc.) with dining table. The family bathroom is off the hallway.

  • Kitchen

  • Kitchen

  • Salon

The studio

Downstairs, off the hallway is a further double studio bedroom. Adjacent to the bedroom is an additional living area with seating area, table football and a selection of books and games.

  • Studio bedroom

  • Studio living area

  • Studio living area

Veranda and gardens

Attached to the house on two sides is a large wrap around veranda, which can be accessed from the salon and kitchen, with dining area outside the kitchen for al fresco meals. The veranda offers wonderful shade from the heat of the day whilst still enjoying the fabulous views. The veranda, only a few metres from the swimming pool, curves around the kitchen to a gravelled area which is ideal for games of petanque in the evening sun.

The 10m x 5m pool has a paddling pool area at its entrance, ideal for babies and toddlers getting used to swimming with their parents, the pool itself then opens up with a few steps to a level 1.5m depth. The pool is surrounded by a paved area where you can relax, read and enjoy the fantastic view. For those wanting a break from the heat of the sun, there is a pergola which provides shade.

Beyond the pool there is an extensive fully enclosed garden, dotted with walnut, cherry, pear, apple, fig and of course the aforementioned cypress trees, providing both character and shade to the garden. There is a gate at the bottom of the garden which leads to the house’s meadow which has a number of walnut trees and a large area of grass ideal for football or badminton.

  • Ground floor

  • First floor