Beläget i bergen ovanför Cabris med panoramautsikt över byn och Medelhavet
Pink Villa är ett underbart fritidshus för 10 personer inklusive ett fristående pensionat, en 60 m2 uppvärmd pool och ett fantastiskt utekök samt ett spelrum med bordtennis och biljard.
Poolområdet är exklusivt möblerat med både dusch och omklädningsrum samt toalett. Här finns även ett fint utekök med grill och pizzaugn, uteköket inbjuder till att njuta av det goda livet runt poolen, det är inrett i natursten med mycket atmosfär och charm.
Villan ligger i ett lugnt område i bergen ovanför Cabris med panoramautsikt över byn och Medelhavet samt den vackra omgivande naturen. Bara en promenad bort är Cabris en mysig men livlig by med konstnärer och hantverkare. Från slottstorget hänförs du av den extraordinära utsikten över Medelhavet.
Inom 10-15 min. bilresa hittar du parfymhuvudstaden Grasse, som utstrålar kultur och historia. Den årliga Fête du Jasmin eller La Jasminade hålls här i början av augusti.
Villan har en härlig trädgård med stor uppvärmd pool på 12 x 5 m. Härliga terrasser med trädgårdsmöbler och solstolar samt boulebana. Det finns stängd parkering för 4 bilar plus 2 parkeringsplatser utanför fastigheten.
Villan är hållen i en ljus modern stil, den är på 3 våningar och består av:
1 separat toalett. Vardagsrum/matsal, kök, 1 sovrum med 1 dubbelsäng (160x200cm) eller 2 enkelsängar (80x200cm) och en garderob, utgång till egen balkong, 1 duschbadrum en-suite.
1: a våningen:
1 sovrum med 1 dubbelsäng (160x200cm) och 1 badrum med dusch, 1 omklädningsrum,
1 sovrum med 1 dubbelsäng (160x200cm) eller 2 enkelsängar (80x200cm), 1 badrum med dusch, 1 separat toalett.
1 sovrum och 1 badrum. Musikhörna med trummor och keyboard och 2 mikrofoner, bio, bar och spelrum med dart och bordtennis.
1 bäddsoffa 140x190
1 sovrum med 1 dubbelsäng, 1 badrum med dusch, 1 kök.
Luftkonditionering installerad i 4 av de 5 sovrummen (bottenvåningen, 1:a våningen x 2 och studion)
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