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Chateau in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue

11 rooms - 355m²

$ 3 721 028
5 5 3830 m²

Chateau in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue

11 rooms - 355m²
$ 3 721 028
5 5 3830 m²


Nestling at the gateway to the Luberon, close to Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, this exceptional château, on a human scale and in impeccable condition, is a real gem that has preserved all its nobility and authenticity.

Built in a dominant position overlooking the village, the castle was originally designed as a defensive stronghold. Set between the cliffs and a large moat dug into the rock, its strategic location made it virtually impregnable, offering an extraordinary vantage point with a breathtaking panorama.

Over the centuries, particularly in the 16th and 17th centuries, the castle has evolved subtly while preserving its medieval character, transforming itself into a residential residence. This evolution is harmoniously reflected in its architecture, which combines battlements and spiral staircases with Renaissance mullioned windows and round arches. The enchanting gardens, terraces, swimming pool equipped with a heat pump, and charming shady arbour, all set out along the south and west facades, bear witness to this successful fusion of eras.

Set in generous grounds of 3,830 sqm, this luminous property offers approx. 440 sqm of living space, divided between the château itself and a nearby annex house on the terrace.

The chateau, spanning around 380 sqm (3,767 sq ft) over 3 stories built over cellars, is accessed via a spiral staircase and an elegantly integrated lift.
All the rooms on each level are south-facing, providing exceptional light.

On the garden and terrace side of the ground floor, a magnificent staircase and lift lead to a hallway.
To the left, in a row, there is a vaulted living room with fireplace, a dining room, a suite with shower room, a toilet and a French window opening onto the terrace.
To the right is an attractive fitted kitchen/diner with fireplace and cooking hob, as well as a large utility room with windows.
A guest toilet with washbasin completes this floor.

On the first floor, a landing leads to a lift and three suites with bathroom or shower room, toilet, dressing room or cupboard.

On the second floor, a similar landing leads to a very large through suite with shower room, toilet and linen/dressing room.

An attic, used as storage space with limited ceiling height, offers insulation under the roof.

Two cellars, one housing the boiler room with two heat pumps and a hot water tank, and the other serving as a storeroom and wine cellar, complete the lower level.
Central heating is provided by radiators powered by two new air-to-water heat pumps, and hot water is supplied by a tank connected to the heat pumps.

There is also air conditioning in two bedrooms.

The two-storey annexe, measuring around 55 sqm, comprises a ground-floor living room with a separate kitchen that needs to be finished.
Upstairs, accessible via a staircase from the living room, are two bedrooms, a shower room with toilet and reversible air conditioning.

The swimming pool, set in a beautiful atypical space with three levels of depth, including an American beach.

A garden shed and private parking for around 10 cars complete this exceptional property. This unique location is unspoilt, with no nuisance and secured by a videophone.

The property is connected to the public sewerage system, has a mains water supply and is equipped with an automatic watering system and outdoor lighting.

This property offers a unique living experience, a perfect marriage of history and modern comfort, in an idyllic setting. A rare opportunity on the property market.

It’s up to you to seize this opportunity to own a preserved château, a witness to the past but perfectly suited to contemporary life.

For more information or to arrange a viewing, please contact us.

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available at: www.georisques.gouv.fr


Property reference : 20543LR
You Advisor : Myriem DE PONCINS
355 m² interior
5 bathroom(s)
11 room(s)
3830 m² outside
5 room(s)

Comfort and equipment
Air conditioning
Outdoor space
Automatic watering
Next to
TGV station
Tennis Club


Honoraires : Comfort and equipment


passoireénergétique consommation(énergie primaire) émissions kg CO2/m².an kWh/m².an 180 49* G Logement extrêmement consommateur d’énergie F E D C B A Logement très performant
émissions de CO2très importantes *Dont émissions de gazà effet de serre peu d’émissions de CO2 G F E 49 kg CO2/m².an D C B A


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