This house is entirely made of externally visible dry-stone wall.

It has a living area with a big table, 4 chairs, 2 armchairs at the end-table, typical provençal furniture made of walnut wood, made and sculpted by a local cabinetmaker.

A huge window opens out to the largest meadow rimmed by Cyprus tree from Florence and lavanders from where geese and wild rabbits vivaciously eat.

A wood stove allows the heating of the whole house, the wood stockroom is just at the entrance of the house, electric radiators can complete the heating in each room; the isolation is of good quality, the living area has a television and a DVD player.

It has a room with a big cupboard, 2 single beds (200cm/90cm) + a small study and 2 chairs, with direct access to the bathroom with a washbasin and a shower.

It has separate toilet.

The kitchen, open to a part of the dining room, is fully equipped with a gas stove with an oven, microwave oven, cooker hood with external exhaust, washing machine, dishwasher, refrigerator with freezer compartment, and coffeemaker, etc.

The kitchen window opens directly to a small terrace with picnic table where the tenants usually take breakfast.
At 10m from this house, on the other side of the arrival path, a hut shades a huge table with seats facing the barbecue dominating a big basin with gold fish.

The hut and the barbecue have its own lighting.