Dating back to the eighteenth century, the Bastide de Bouche has been updated in line with modern tastes by a talented architect, who has managed to preserve all the building’s authenticity and beauty, while imparting a thoroughly modern feel.

Bastides were originally farm buildings; it was only in the 19th century that they really became houses.

In fact, in the 17th and 18th centuries, the Provençal bourgeoisie bought land on which they set up genuine farming businesses, with well-defined activities: stock breeding, vineyards, market gardens, etc. The estates were made up of the master’s house and the estate manager’s house, as well as a large number of outhouses and workers’ accommodation.