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$35 Million Chateau de Sannes – 17th Century Estate In France

Chateau de Sannes
Chateau de Sannes

Château de Sannes is 17th century estate is located in the hills of of France’s famed Provence. This amazing 136 acres property has been listed for sale via Christie’s International Real Estate. Christie’s has not released the asking price, but reports in the French press note it has been set at about $35 million.

Château de Sannes, surrounded by glorious views of the Luberon mountains, is one of France’s finest estates. A long private driveway, shaded by cherry trees and under planted with blue irises, leads to the peaceful grounds of about 55 hectares, surrounding the château. An abundance of cypresses and ancient Cedar of Lebanon trees are interspersed throughout the grounds, surrounded by olive groves, a truffle plantation, wheat and lavender fields, and extensive woodland. The estate also produces high-quality grapes from its vineyards comprising about 80 acres.

Its entrance opens onto a stone staircase decorated with historic gypseries, arched doorways, period stone fireplaces and original stone and tiled flooring, stand in contrast to stunning white walls. There is a large indoor pool for year-round enjoyment. Above this, a roof terrace overlooks the lake, grounds, and countryside. Gorgeous Italianate gardens with pools and fountains grace the grounds, which include an outdoor pool with two stone pavilions.

The estate further consists of original buildings that have been carefully renovated to the highest standards, including an 18th century farmhouse with six bedrooms and its own pool, a self-contained studio guest house (the Ecuries), two staff cottages and a guardian’s house. Additional features on the estate include a private chapel, a restored working 18th century windmill, and a dovecote. There is ample garaging for cars and agricultural equipment as well.

Château de Sannes is a testament to fine craftsmanship, both inside and out; what sets this estate apart is its combination of gorgeous Italianate gardens, immaculately presented interiors, extensive vineyards and classic architecture bringing to mind an old world elegance of times gone by. Rarely does an opportunity like this come to the market, says Giles Hannah, Sales Director for Europe at Christie’s International Real Estate.

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Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.

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