This 100-acre working farm is tucked against the Luberon mountains in southern France. Surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, Ken Fulk repaired the 17th-century farmhouse and revitalized the grand potager, bringing the property up to date as a peaceful getaway for long family vacations.
Each room in the main house, which includes the former bergerie (now a dining room), a wine cave, two kitchens, living rooms, a library and eight bedrooms, has been furnished with a transportive mix of antique and modern pieces. Additional guest quarters were added in the former barn, along with a caretaker’s studio, a modern gym and a fully outfitted hammam. Lavender-hued tennis courts, a folly-like greenhouse, and a well-equipped outdoor kitchen complete the estate.