Gemensam pool, barnpool och tennisbanor
Det förhöjda privata området ligger 3 km från den charmiga medeltida staden Roquebrune-sur-Argens och 10 km från sandstrandresorterna St Aygulf och Fréjus på Côte d'Azur. Området omges av den 5-stjärniga golfanläggningen och har fantastisk utsikt över Medelhavet i söder och Alperna i norr. Färsk frukt och grönsaker och andra lokala råvaror kan köpas bara några hundra meter bort och en välsorterad stormarknad och ett utmärkt bageri ligger en kort bilresa från domaine. Den vackra villan i Provence-stil ligger på den fridfulla västra sidan av domänen med utsikt över skogsnaturreservatet mot den fantastiska klippan som ger Roquebrune dess namn. Den vackra poolen/soppbassängen (30x10m) med utsikt över Fréjus och St Raphael ligger en kort promenad från villan. Dessutom finns tre tennisbanor och en petanquebana tillgängliga för alla gäster.
Byggd 2002 och nyrenoverad, 2-våningsvillan är 116m2 med terrasser på vardera sidan. Terrassen i västerläge är delvis täckt för middagar och det stora sovrummet har även en stor solig balkong. Bottenvåningen består av ett kök/vardagsrum/matsal med öppen planlösning med storbilds-TV och luftkonditionering. Det finns en separat gästtoalett. Ett sovrum med dubbelsäng (160x200) och eget duschrum med toalett finns också på denna nivå. På övervåningen har det stora sovrummet en stor dubbelsäng (180x200), ett skrivbord (WiFi) och dörrar som vetter mot balkongen. Ett andra sovrum på denna nivå har två enkelsängar (90x190) och ligger bredvid badrummet med dusch och toalett.
Observera att det endast finns luftkonditionering i vardagsrummet.
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