Close to the town centre by foot, this villa 4 rooms offer a prime location, you are looking for a second home or a small price you make your first purchase, this villa offers you 83m2 with three bedrooms upstairs, a living room / kitchen spacious overlooking the garden, a bathroom, a pantry, a laundry room, a separate toilet and you can also enjoy its parking place then a thousand words.
The department of Vaucluse is bordered by the Rhone river to the west and the River Durance to the south. Mountains dominate a significant proportion of the eastern half of the department, with Mont Ventoux (1,912 m), also known as "the Giant of Provence", overseeing the landscape.
Other important mountain ranges include the 'Dentelles de Montmirail', the 'Monts de Vaucluse', and the 'Luberon' made famous in the books by Marcel Pagnon. Fruit and vegetables are cultivated in great quantities in the lower-lying parts of the department, on one of the most fertile plains in southern France.
The Vaucluse departement has a rather large exclave within the Drome department, the canton of Valreas (Enclave des Papes).
Fontaine de Vaucluse, source of the Sorgues, characterised by an upward movement of water from the depth of over 315 metres (1,033 ft)
Vaucluse is also known for its karst, including the karst spring Fontaine de Vaucluse after which "Vauclusian Risings" are named.
Important urban centres include Avignon, Orange, Carpentras, Cavaillon, and Apt.
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