Enchanting 17th Century French FarmhouseOctober 5, 2021
Some of you already know that I’m a fan of French architecture. I came across this stunning 17th century farmhouse called Domaine de la Cavalière. For those who don’t know, “calvaliére” means “horsemen” in French. The domaine sits on 100 acres in Provence, France. The structure looks on to the Luberon Mountains and is surrounded by beautiful vineyards. Celebrity designer, Ken Fulk, repaired and redecorate the structure to transform it into the perfect getaway for families. Fulk’s design features a balance of french antiques and modern decor. The main farmhouse includes two kitchens, multiple living rooms, eight bedrooms, and a wine cave. The barn was turned into a guest house for the caretaker.
Domaine de la Cavaliére is owned by an American couple, Jeffrey and Laurie Ubben. Jeffrey Ubben is the founder of ValueAct Capital, an investment company that is based in San Francisco. The Ubbens fell in love with Luberon while on vacation, which led them to purchasing the property. Take a look inside the gorgeous domaine.