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17th-Century French Château

(BAD) Blog About Design: 17th-Century French Château

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

17th-Century French Château

The Château de Sannes is a 17th-Century hunting lodge located in Sannes, France. Situated on 135 acres, this château boasts brilliant views of the Luberon Mountains. (ABOVE) The front courtyard of this château is beautiful, I love the 17th-Century doorway. In addition, I find the stone beautifully preserved. The old windows and shutters give the home much character. (BELOW 1) The driveway leading up to the home is lined with cherry trees. I find the gate impeccable. It is very stately given its height. (BELOW 2) The arched windows of the indoor pool house are gorgeous. The clear large windows inside the arch are very modern, which creates a beautifully contrast with the old stone arches. The ivy growing on the facade of the house is very French Country! (BELOW 3) I like how the pool deck is grass and not stone. I think it's very elegant. The Greek Columns ground the stone pavilions. (BELOW 4) The châteaux enchanting formal gardens are abundant with cypresses and ancient Cedar of Lebanon trees. My goal is to by this château and run through the maze!

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