18th Century Hotel Particulier With Theatre Pool Courtyard Garden And Five Bedrooms in The Centre Of Historic Avignon FranceEuroresales Property iD – 9825123Property information:A three story ‘hotel particulier’ in the middle of Avignon, just behind the Opera House. With basement and courtyard garden with plunge pool; There is a 50 seat fully equipped theatre on the ground floor and exhibition space.This property has five bedrooms; a master suite on 1st floor, then four fully equipped studio apartments, on the second floor.A furnished sale of this property is negotiable.The property also includes a superb private pool, which provides a nice area to cool down on hot sunny days.Along with the pool, there is also a private garden, which provides a wonderful area to relax.This hotel particulier comes with a lift.The parking included with the property is street parking.A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Avignon Vaucluse France.Other information:Bedrooms – 5Bathrooms – 5Reception – 2 (+ theatre)Furnished – NegotiablePool – PrivateGarden – PrivateFloor – 385 sq metresPlot – 485 sq metresParking – StreetLift installedViews – UrbanOrientation – WestDistance from Sea – 1.5 hoursDistance from Airport – 1.5 hoursDistance from Golf – 45 minsDistance from Main Attraction – WalkingAbout the Area:Vignon, is a commune in south-eastern France in the department of Vaucluse on the left bank of the Rhone river. Of the 90,194 inhabitants of the city (as of 2011), about 12,000 live in the ancient town centre enclosed by its medieval ramparts.Between 1309 and 1377, during the Avignon Papacy, seven successive popes resided in Avignon and in 1348 Pope Clement Vi bought the town from Joanna i of Naples. Papal control persisted until 1791 when, during the French Revolution, it became part of France. The town is now the capital of the Vaucluse department and one of the few French cities to have preserved its ramparts.The historic centre, which includes the Palais des Papes, the cathedral, and the Pont d’Avignon, became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. The medieval monuments and the annual Festival d’Avignon have helped to make the town a major centre for tourism.Avignon is on the left bank of the Rhone river, a few kilometres above its confluence with the Durance, about 580 km (360 mi) south-east of Paris, 229 km (142 mi) south of Lyon and 85 km (53 mi) north-north-west of Marseille.On the west it shares a border with the department of Gard and the communes of Villeneuve-les-Avignon and Les Angles and to the south it borders the department of Bouches-du-Rhone and the communes of Barbentane, Rognonas, Chateaurenard, and Noves.The city is in the vicinity of Orange (north), Nimes, Montpellier (south-west), Arles (to the south), Salon-de-Provence, and Marseille (south-east). Directly contiguous to the east and north are the communes of Caumont-sur-Durance, Morieres-les-Avignon, Le Pontet, and Sorgues.Avignon has a humid subtropical climate, with mild-cool winters and hot summers, with moderate rainfall year-round. July and August are the hottest months with average daily maximum temperatures of around 28 °C, and January and February the coldest with average daily maximum temperatures of around 9 °C.The wettest month is September, with a rain average of 102 millimetres, and the driest month is July, when the monthly average rainfall is 37 millimetres. The city is often subject to windy weather; the strongest wind is the mistral. A medieval Latin proverb said of the city: Avenie ventosa, sine vento venenosa, cum vento fastidiosa (Windy Avignon, pest-ridden when there is no wind, wind-pestered when there is.Contact Euro Resales Ltd for more information.if you need to buy or sell property in France fast contact us today.