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Maison/Villa à Isle-sur-la-Sorgue
Maison de vacances située dans un quartier paisible à 2 km du charmant village d'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue. Le village est connu pour le charme de ses canaux, ses antiquaires, et plus encore pour son grand marché, un incontournable dans toute la Provence. La région environnante offre de nombreux charmants villages, de beaux paysages et de nombreuses randonnées pédestres et cyclistes.
La maison est sur un terrain privé à côté de la maison des propriétaires. Elle dispose d’un jardin avec piscine clôturée, grande terrasse couverte donnant sur la piscine et un parking pour plusieurs voitures.
La maison est de plain-pied et se compose s’un salon/salle à manger, cuisine, 1 chambre double, 2 chambres avec 2 lits simples, 1 salle d’eau avec douche et WC séparé.
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