On a superb south facing wooded hillside site bordering the vines, with outstanding views across the lagoon to the Pyrenees, 45 properties will be created by architects Jean-Paul Terrier and Stéphane Plaire.
Authentic Character Contemporary Luxury
Architecture fusing authenticity and traditional character with natural and reclaimed materials and a contemporary use of space and light.
Superb volumes and textures, limestone renders, oak beams, extra-high ceilings and spectacular views.
Homes of uncommon style and refinement: Beautiful proportions, generous salon, high-spec kitchen, luxurious bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and superb fixtures and fittings throughout.
Bespoke schemes taking cues from both the aristocratic and agricultural heritage of the Estate marrying the traditional and the contemporary to spectacular effect.
Properties are sold furnished to the last detail – from linen to artworks, high spec entertainment systems to chic French tableware.
Modifications to meet founding owners’ exact specifications and personal style with consultations taking place on site or remotely with both architect and interior designer.
Generous terraces for lagoon and vine-view dining | Private heated swimming pools.
Gardens By James & Helen Basson
Planted with Mediterranean trees, shrubs and aromatic herbs by designers James & Helen Basson – specialists in hot, dry landscapes, and three times gold medal winners at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show as well as countless other awards.
Every aspect of the project has been carefully weighed to preserve and enhance the natural environment and rich architectural and social heritage of the Château, while simultaneously breathing new life into the estate, placing it once again at the heart of the local community.
We consider ourselves custodians of the estate at Capitoul, and this approach informs everything we do: Low emissions, organic waste treatment, ecologically friendly design and construction.