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Auction Ends: Jun 26, 2017 11:30 PM EDT


Charming Townhouse in Eygalieres, Exquisite Provencal Village!

Item Number
Estimated Value
Leading Bid
2600 USD
Number of Bids
20  -  Bid History

Live Event Item

After the online close, this item went to a Live Event for further bidding. Absentee Bidding offered.

Item Description

House, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, just steps from bakery/cafés

At the foot of the Alpilles, in the center of Eygalieres, one of the most charming villages of Provence, is "Maison de Village ".  Eygalières is a small village on a hill in the Alpilles, not far from Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. There’s a quiet charm to this special village, though it’s often overlooked for the more well-known. This townhouse is completely renovated and furnished with beautiful country furniture, carefully chosen Provencal pottery, a baby grand piano, and original artwork. It waits for you along a narrow quiet road that climbs to the old village

The master bedroom on the third floor has queen size bed with a beautiful window that looks out onto the church steeple and the Alpilles. It also has a spacious alcove under the eaves with a desk, sitting area with two stuffed armchairs, TV, and air conditioner. There is a modern full bathroom in this master bedroom with both a claw-foot bath and shower (brand-new fixed 'Rainforest' shower - head on the ceiling, not a hand-held!)

The second floor has two small bedrooms, each with a double bed. There is a toilet and modern bathroom on this floor too, with shower and washer/dryer. The ground floor has a fully-equipped modern 'American' kitchen (who knows why the French call it that!), baby grand piano, long farm table in light pine wood, fireplace and sitting area with two leather arm chairs (where you will find plenty of maps and travel books to use in planning your day trips in the area). The house has a private cobblestone patio with colored flower pots for dining al fresco.

Special Instructions

One week (Sat.-Sat), dates must be arranged.

Donated By:

Julie Scolnik