About Le Mas de Gordes
At first glance, Le Mas de Gordes appears to be the quintessential Provençal villa. There is the terracotta-tiled roof, the creamy limestone walls and the inviting gardens scented with lavender, roses and rosemary. But step inside, and you see what really sets this magnificent property apart from its peers.
The villa’s generous proportions are immediately apparent with a spacious, contemporary style, high ceilings and picture windows letting the plentiful natural light flood in. With a grand piano, open fireplaces and many works of art on display, the interior provides graceful living space. A large, well-equipped kitchen/diner is ideal for preparing meals, with French doors opening onto an expansive and shaded terrace for easy al fresco dining.
From the terrace the huge view sweeps over the Luberon mountains, with Cézanne’s Montagne Sainte-Victoire visible in the distance. On the villa’s lower ground floor there is a substantial living area housing table-top football, a pool table, table tennis and a large seating area with flat screen TV, a dining area, and direct access to the pool, making a perfect teenage paradise. There are also two en-suite bedrooms. Spread over the upper floors, there are four further bedrooms — one of which on the ground floor has step-free access — all offering lovely countryside views from private balconies. An underfloor cooling system ensures the villa is comfortable throughout the year.
Outside you’ll discover a glorious 18m pool (heating available) and huge terrace fitted with a summer kitchen and seating. Steps from here lead down through the immaculately manicured grounds to a private olive grove . As for location, you could hardly hope for better: Le Mas de Gordes lies within walking distance of one of the most iconic hill villages in Provence, in the heart of the idyllic Luberon Valley.