Kick Back at Your Very Own Farmhouse in the Southeast of France

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Set in the Provencal countryside, this 18th-century home is just rustic enough.

Billed as a farmhouse, this 18th-century property is certainly a luxurious interpretation of as much. Situated on six acres in southeastern France, it looks like the setting for a romantic dramedy, complete with a sandy-colored brick facade and its very own olive grove. Plus, beautiful destinations like Avignon and Aix-en-Provence can be reached in about 90 minutes. 

The farmhouse really makes the most of its stunning setting. Covered and open-air terraces surround the property, offering generous views across the Luberon countryside and of Sainte Victoire mountain. Out on the lawn, a 46-by-20-foot swimming pool is encircled by leafy trees. And all throughout the property, rustic landscaping drives home the Provencal vibe. 

With a four-bedroom main house, as well as a two-bedroom guest house, the home is spacious enough to share. Guests probably won't complain about the abundant indoor and outdoor eye candy: vaulted ceilings and a fireplace in the living room, for example, and bedrooms with exposed weathered-wood beams. 

Living here also offers endless road trip possibilities across the Luberson countryside, an area laced with olive groves and lavender fields and dotted with small towns and medieval villages. The UNESCO-listed nature reserve, Parc Naturel Régional du Lubéron, is less than an hour away, too. 

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