The house is cosy in autumn and winter with central heating and the fire! (1 / 34)

The terrace of the Jas, on flight up from street level (2 / 34)

Comfortable and stylish Luxembourg furniture for outside meals (3 / 34)

The terrace is directly outside the kitchen/dining room (4 / 34)

Walk into the Jas (5 / 34)

Charming lighting throughout the house (6 / 34)

A spacious dining area (7 / 34)

A kitchen with great counter space and semi-professionnal equipment (8 / 34)

The vaulted lounge for relaxing, cosy in winter, cool in summer (9 / 34)

The comfortable pull-out couch (10 / 34)

TV, DVD, CD and LP - four speakers for a rich sound (11 / 34)

Using the lounge as a second bedroom, a full size double bed (12 / 34)

Independent WC, next to the lounge (13 / 34)

Generous shower, next to the lounge (14 / 34)

The cosy bedroom under the slant roof, with a full queen-size bed (15 / 34)

...and lots of reading... (16 / 34)

The view out of the bedroom, the beautiful mountains very close by (17 / 34)

Bathroom en-suite (18 / 34)

Full en-suite bathroom with big french windows on the south (19 / 34)

Duo-bath with WC discretely hidden behind the wall (20 / 34)

The Jas by night, cosy lighting (21 / 34)

A lovely fireplace with plenty dry wood stocked in the cellar (22 / 34)

Looking towards the terrace, a warm summer evening in Provence (23 / 34)

The secure garage, for a small car, motor-bikes or family bicycles (24 / 34)

The spacious terrace, for eating, reading, or taking a nap... (25 / 34)

The Jas du Pontias with its terrace (26 / 34)

Nightfall on our neighborhood, just by the Romanesque bridge (27 / 34)

Early spring, great for walking (28 / 34)

Drome mountains, stunning under the stark blue sky after light snowfall (29 / 34)

Church Saint Vincent, next to the Jas (30 / 34)

Saint May, where one can meet vultures (31 / 34)

The old presbetary (32 / 34)

Chappelle Sainte Anne (33 / 34)

Driving through the Drôme, to Luce-la-Croix-Haute (34 / 34)