A tasteful restoration has been carried out, retaining the ‘time-warp of the 19th century’ character where practical, but discretely adding the requirements of 21st century living. The entrance to the house is directly from the terrace into the hall, which looks onto the large enclosed courtyard. Stairs lead down into the large wine cellar, hewn out of rock, under the house. It is a great place for evening wine tastings for clients. The salon has beautiful built in antique armoires and enjoys a triple aspect view over the valley, gardens and courtyard. It is tastefully furnished with antique and modern furniture, large sofas and armchairs, fireplace, and is equipped with widescreen TV, CD/DVD player, plus a home cinema system. There is a study with a desk and the house has Wi–fi, and a large toilet room. To the other side of the foyer is the beautiful dining room featuring an antique cherrywood table that seats 16. Built-in antique armoires and the original fireplace add warmth and elegance to the room. Beyond the dining room is an impressive, stone-walled vaulted kitchen with many of its original features in place including an ancient stone working fireplace. The fully equipped kitchen includes a large gas cooker, American fridge with icemaker, microwave, dishwasher, double sink, plus plenty of workspace. Doors from the kitchen lead onto the terrace. There is a laundry room with washer and dryer that also houses the central heating system.