At the heart of the Monts de Vaucluse, authentic sixteenth century priory, beautifully restored in the pure respect for tradition, boasting magnificent panoramic views over the Lubéron and the Alps. The main dwelling mainly features 3 lounges, 2 kitchens with pantry and seven suites with bathroom or shower room, including the Master Suite of over 86 sq.m which also enjoys a vaulted lounge, a dressing room and a fireplace. A guest house of about 70 sq.m, completely renovated, complete this impressive property with its living room, two bedrooms and bathroom. The association of ancient materials and modern technologies makes the place a luxurious family home. Everything here calls for serenity, and every detail reminds the authenticity of the Priory: heavy massive doors, ornate walls, floors made of cut stones or old terracotta, exposed beams, door frames and windows, wrought iron, Provencal ceilings, mouldings and earthenware. Located in the heart of a 16 hectare park with a beautiful ornamental garden, a 'pigeonnier', majestic centenarian trees, olive trees and cypresses, the property benefits from several relaxation areas: swimming pool area and its heated inifinity pool ( 25m x 5m) + pool house - easily convertible into an independent studio, tennis and summer lounge. Perched on a rock at the entrance of the Monts de Vaucluse, the quaint village combines charm and authenticity, with its little church of Romanesque origin, its flowery streets and houses in dry stones. It enjoys stunning views across the plain planted with olive trees and Mediterranean plants. If its history dates back to prehistoric times, the modern history will record that here lived Jacques de Sade (1705-1778) cleric and man of letters, uncle of the Divine Marquis - who stayed here during his whole childhood holidays, and Jean-Jacques Morvan (1928-2005) painter, sculptor, engraver and writer.