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Réf 83.926

Maison avec piscine à 4 km de Lorgues

Villa pour 8 personnes

Située dans une région pittoresque à 40 km de la Méditerranée à Fréjus/St-Raphaël

Maison de vacances située à 5 minutes en voiture du village pittoresque de Lorgues, au cœur de la Provence. Lorgues est un village animé toute l'année avec des supermarchés, des boulangeries, des boucheries, des poissonneries, des restaurants et des bars. Tous les mardis, un marché propose des produits locaux tels que du fromage, des légumes et d'autres délices.

La région de Lorgues est connue pour ses champs de lavande, sa production d'huile d'olive et ses bons vins rosés. Lorgues est également un bon point de départ pour visiter les nombreux villages pittoresques et les attractions pittoresques de la région, comme les impressionnantes Gorges du Verdon, ou pour une excursion d'une journée sur la côte.

Cette belle villa est située sur un grand terrain clos de 4 000 m2 auquel on accède par un portail électrique. A l'intérieur du portail, il y a un parking pour plusieurs voitures. À l'avant de la maison, il y a une belle terrasse couverte avec un coin repas et un coin salon avec des meubles confortables. De ce côté de la maison se trouve également la grande piscine entourée d'une terrasse ensoleillée avec des chaises longues. Aire bbq avec grill à charbon de bois.

La villa est sur 2 niveaux et se compose au rez-de-chaussée d'une cuisine avec coin repas, d'un salon confortable avec canapé, coin repas et accès à la terrasse et à la piscine. 2 chambres à coucher avec lits doubles, 1 salle de bain avec douche et 1 toilette séparée.
Au 1er étage, il y a 2 chambres à coucher avec 2 lits simples chacune, 1 salle de bain avec baignoire/douche et 1 toilette séparée.



Chauffage de la piscine: en savoir plus.

Spécifications

Caractéristiques principales

  • Surface : 155 m2
  • Niveau(x) : 2
  • Terrain : 4 000 m2
  • Chambre(s) : 4
  • Salle(s) de bains/ salle(s) d'eau : 2
  • Catégorie de maison: villa
  • Vue vers: Les environs et les collines verdoyantes
  • Chambres

  • 1 Cuisine
  • Chambre(s) 1 (A/C) :
  • 2 Lits simples (90 x 200 cm)
  • Chambre(s) 2 (A/C) :
  • 2 Lits simples (90 x 200 cm)
  • Chambre(s) 3 (A/C) :
  • 1 Lit double (180 x 200 cm)
  • Chambre(s) 4 (A/C) :
  • 1 Lit double (180 x 200 cm)
  • 1 Salle(s) d'eau avec toilette
  • 2 Toilette(s) séparée(s)
  • 1 Salon/salle à manger (A/C)
  • 1 Salle de bain(s) avec bain et douche
  • Emplacement

  • Plage : 40 km
  • Supermarché/épicerie : 5 km
  • Restaurants : 4 km
  • Village le plus proche : 4 km
  • Aéroport : 95 km
  • St.Tropez 55 km
  • Ste Maxime 45 km
  • Lac/baignade : 40 km
  • Installations extérieures

  • Douche extérieure
  • Meubles de jardin
  • Barbecue (Charbon)
  • Chaises longues
  • Terrasse
  • Jardin clos
  • Terrasse couverte
  • Mobilier de salon
  • Pergola
  • Table et chaises de jardin (pour 8 personnes)
  • Piscine

  • Piscine: Oui
    Piscine superficie: 9 x 5 m
    Profondeur: 1 - 1,6 m
  • Chauffage piscine
  • Sécurité piscine (Alarme)
  • Parking

  • Parking fermé (pour plusieurs voitures)
  • Enfants

  • lit bébé
  • Cuisine

  • Machine à espresso/cappuccino (Nespresso)
  • Grille-pain
  • Machine à café
  • Bouilloire
  • Technique

  • TV Par Internet
  • Climatisation
  • Internet (Wifi)
  • Appareils électroménagers

  • Lave-vaisselle
  • Lave-linge
  • Sèche-linge
  • Four à micro-ondes
  • Divers

  • Fer
  • Table à repasser
  • Disponibilités

    • Voyez tarifs semaine 2024
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      24 08/06/2024 Semaine non disponible
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      26 22/06/2024 Semaine non disponible
      27 29/06/2024 20% 2 277 € 1 822 €
      28 06/07/2024 20% 3 014 € 2 412 €
      29 13/07/2024 Semaine non disponible
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      31 27/07/2024 Semaine non disponible
      32 03/08/2024 Semaine non disponible
      Semaine Arrivée Remise
      33 10/08/2024 Semaine non disponible
      34 17/08/2024 5% 3 014 € 2 864 €
      35 24/08/2024 5% 3 014 € 2 864 €
      36 31/08/2024 5% 2 209 € 2 098 €
      37 07/09/2024 2 209 €
      38 14/09/2024 Semaine non disponible
      39 21/09/2024 Semaine non disponible
      40 28/09/2024 Semaine non disponible
      41 05/10/2024 1 540 €
      42 12/10/2024 1 540 €

    Préstations complémentaires

    A partir de

    1 539 €

    754 €
    Chien non acceptés
    lit bébé (gratuit), en option
    EDF & EAU
    Selon consommation
    Chauffage piscine
    Selon consommation
    Ménage final, obligatoire
    151 €
    Location linge et serviettes de toilettes, obligatoire
    22 € Par personne
    Taxe de séjour
    32,92 € Par semaine Par personne
    16h00
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