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Réf 83.536

Villa avec piscine et vue mer à St-Aygulf

Location pour 8 personnes

Belle vue sur la mer et près de la ville et les plages

Grande villa située dans les collines de St. Aygulf avec vue panoramique sur la Méditerranée. Ici, vous trovuerez tout ce qui vous sert à distance de marche. Les plages de sable sont à 2,5 km et le centre- ville avec des magasins et restaurants est à 1,8 km de la villa. La villa est située dans un quartier résidentiel calme et dispose d' un joli jardin, parking privé, piscine et belles terrasses avec meubles de jardin et barbecue.

La villa est sur ??3 niveaux et se compose de: cuisine, salon / salle à manger, salle d'eau, salle de bains, (baignoire et douche et WC) et 3 chambres avec lits doubles.
Au niveau inférieur de la villa (au niveau de la piscine), il y a un appartement indépendant avec chambre à coucher avec lit double, salle d'eau avec WC et une cuisine / salle de séjour.

Spécifications

Caractéristiques principales

  • Maison : 180 m2
  • Niveau(x) : 3
  • Surface : 1 050 m2
  • Chambre(s) : 4
  • Salle(s) de bains/ salle(s) d'eau : 3
  • Catégorie de maison: villa
  • Vue vers: La mer
  • Chambres

  • 1 Cuisine
  • Chambre 1 :
  • 1 Lit double (140 x 200 cm)
  • Chambre 2 :
  • 1 Lit double (140 x 200 cm)
  • Chambre 3 :
  • 1 Lit double (140 x 200 cm)
  • Chambre 4 :
  • 1 Lit double (160 x 200 cm)
  • 1 Salle(s) d'eau avec toilette
  • 1 Salle(s) d'eau
  • 1 Salon/salle à manger
  • 1 Salle de bain(s) avec bain et douche + wc
  • Emplacement

  • Plage : 2,5 km
  • Shopping : 1,8 km
  • Restaurants : 1,8 km
  • Aéroport : 65 km
  • St. Raphael, 10 km
  • St. Tropez, 35 km
  • Gare : 10 km
  • Installations extérieures

  • Meubles de jardin
  • Barbecue (Gaz)
  • Parking
  • Terrasse
  • Terrasse couverte
  • Piscine

  • Piscine: Oui
    Piscine superficie: 8 x 4 m
    Profondeur: 0,8 - 2 m
  • Sécurité piscine (Rideau de piscine)
  • Enfants

  • lit bébé
  • Cuisine

  • Grille-pain
  • Technique

  • TV
  • Climatisation refroidissement du sol
  • Internet (Wifi)
  • TV satellite
  • Appareils électroménagers

  • Lave-vaisselle
  • Lave-linge
  • Four à micro-ondes
  • Divertissement & activités

  • Lecteur DVD
  • Divers

  • Fer
  • Table à repasser
  • Disponibilités

    • Voyez tarifs semaine 2017

      = Confirmation immédiate

      Semaine Arrivée Remise
      12 18/03/2017 -
      13 25/03/2017 -
      14 01/04/2017 -
      15 08/04/2017 -
      16 15/04/2017 -
      17 22/04/2017 -
      18 29/04/2017 -
      19 06/05/2017 -
      20 13/05/2017 -
      21 20/05/2017 -
      22 27/05/2017 -
      23 03/06/2017 -
      24 10/06/2017 -
      Semaine Arrivée Remise
      25 17/06/2017 -
      26 24/06/2017 -
      27 01/07/2017 4 179 €
      28 08/07/2017 4 179 €
      29 15/07/2017 -
      30 22/07/2017 4 179 €
      31 29/07/2017 4 179 €
      32 05/08/2017 4 179 €
      33 12/08/2017 4 179 €
      34 19/08/2017 4 179 €
      35 26/08/2017 4 179 €
      36 02/09/2017 3 386 €
      37 09/09/2017 3 386 €

    Préstations complémentaires

    A partir de

    2 968 €

    1 026 €
    Électricité/eau incluses
    Internet accessible
    Défense de fumer
    Chien non acceptés
    Ménage final, linge et serviettes de toilettes, obligatoire
    185 €
    16h00
    10h00
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