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Réf 06.341

Villa avec piscine d'eau salée à Vence

Maison de vacances pour 8 Personnes

Très belle vue et proche de la ville de Vence

Belle villa récemment rénovée, située dans les Baous pacifiques nord de Nice en toute tranquillité totale et avec vue imprenable sur la Méditerranée, les Alpes et le massif de l'Estérel. Situé à 2,5 km du centre des artistes et la ville médiévale de Vence et de près de Chapelle du Rosaire décorée par le célèbre artiste Henri Matisse. Situé à 385 m au dessus du niveau de la mer et donc vous avez ici la possibilité de profiter d'un vue panoramique magnifique.

À Vence vous avez la possibilité d'aller aux marché Brocante chaque semaine et le marché alimentaire locale chaque jour. Vence est la ville principale dans les collines derrière Nice, avec environ 19 000 habitants, 50 restaurants, de nombreux fines galeries, boutiques et cafés.

The villa a été entièrement rénovée en 2012 également avec une nouvelle piscine d'eau salée dans le magnifique jardin avec beaucoup de fleurs, de palmiers et d'oliviers et des vues panoramiques sur la mer Méditerranée, la Côte d'Azur et de la Alps.

La villa dispose de deux étages avec la disposition suivante:
Rez de chaussée: entrée / hall, salle de télévision avec télévision à écran plat, grande cuisine moderne avec un accès direct sur la terrasse et la piscine, WC, buanderie et une salle informatique / bureau.

1er étage: Chambre de maître avec lit double (180 x 200 cm), terrasse orientée à l'ouest, salle de bains avec toilette et vestiaire. Chambre avec lit double (lit d'élévation, 160 x 200 cm), balcon et vue sur la mer depuis le lit. Salle familiale avec deux lits doubles (180 x 200 cm) ou 4 lits simples (90 x 200 cm). Chambre avec2 lits simples (90 x 200) Salle de bains avec douche et toilette. Toilette séparée.

Possibilité de location longue durée - Veuillez bien demander Provacances pour un offre.

Spécifications

Caractéristiques principales

  • Maison : 170 m2
  • Niveau(x) : 2
  • Surface : 1 400 m2
  • Chambre(s) : 4
  • Salle(s) de bains/ salle(s) d'eau : 2
  • Catégorie de maison: villa
  • Vue vers: la Méditerranée
  • Chambres

  • Salon
  • 1 Cuisine américaine
  • Chambre 1 :
  • 1 Lit double (200 x 200 cm)
  • Chambre 2 :
  • 1 Lit double
  • Chambre 3 :
  • 1 Lit double
  • Chambre 4 :
  • 3 Lits simples
  • 1 Lit simple (90 x 180 cm)
  • 2 Salle(s) d'eau avec toilette
  • 2 Toilette(s) séparée(s)
  • Emplacement

  • Plage : 12 km
  • Shopping : 3 km
  • Restaurants : 3 km
  • Ville la plus proche Vence : 3 km
  • Aéroport Nice : 20 km
  • Piscine publique : 3 km
  • Tennis : 4 km
  • Golf : 10 km
  • Installations extérieures

  • Meubles de jardin
  • Barbecue
  • Chaises longues
  • Parasol
  • Terrasse : 40 m2
  • Jardin non-clos
  • Terrasse couverte 15 m2
  • 2e Terrasse : 12 m2
  • Piscine

  • Piscine 9 x 4,5 m
    Profondeur: 1,6 m
  • Piscine ouverte 1/4 - 31/10
  • Parking

  • Parking fermé
  • Enfants

  • lit bébé
  • Chaise haute
  • Technique

  • TV
  • Parabole
  • Climatisation (en 3 chambres à coucher, salon et cuisine)
  • Internet (Wi-fi)
  • Chauffage du propriété

  • Chauffage électrique
  • Appareils électroménagers

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

  • Chaîne stéréo
  • Chaînes de télévision (french channels)
  • Divers

  • Couettes : 8
  • Fer
  • Table à repasser
  • Disponibilités

    • Voyez tarifs semaine 2017

      = Confirmation immédiate

      Semaine Arrivée Remise
      9 25/02/2017 2 609 €
      10 04/03/2017 2 609 €
      11 11/03/2017 2 609 €
      12 18/03/2017 2 609 €
      13 25/03/2017 2 609 €
      14 01/04/2017 2 609 €
      15 08/04/2017 -
      16 15/04/2017 -
      17 22/04/2017 2 609 €
      18 29/04/2017 2 609 €
      19 06/05/2017 2 609 €
      20 13/05/2017 2 609 €
      21 20/05/2017 2 609 €
      22 27/05/2017 3 160 €
      23 03/06/2017 3 160 €
      24 10/06/2017 -
      25 17/06/2017 3 160 €
      26 24/06/2017 3 902 €
      27 01/07/2017 -
      28 08/07/2017 -
      29 15/07/2017 -
      30 22/07/2017 -
      Semaine Arrivée Remise
      31 29/07/2017 3 902 €
      32 05/08/2017 -
      33 12/08/2017 3 902 €
      34 19/08/2017 3 160 €
      35 26/08/2017 -
      36 02/09/2017 -
      37 09/09/2017 3 160 €
      38 16/09/2017 3 160 €
      39 23/09/2017 2 609 €
      40 30/09/2017 2 609 €
      41 07/10/2017 2 609 €
      42 14/10/2017 2 609 €
      43 21/10/2017 2 609 €
      44 28/10/2017 2 609 €
      45 04/11/2017 2 609 €
      46 11/11/2017 2 609 €
      47 18/11/2017 2 609 €
      48 25/11/2017 2 609 €
      49 02/12/2017 2 609 €
      50 09/12/2017 2 609 €
      51 16/12/2017 2 609 €
      52 23/12/2017 2 609 €

    Préstations complémentaires

    De

    2 609 €

    817 €
    Réservation confirmée dans les 24 heures
    Ménage supplémentaire
    Électricité incluses (été)
    EDF l´hiver
    137 € Par semaine
    Chien (gratuit)
    Location linge et serviettes de toilettes, obligatoire
    20 € Par personne
    Ménage final, obligatoire
    127 €
    16h00
    10h00

    4 AppréciationsIndice moyen de satisfaction : 4,5 En dehors de 5

    4,0Lundi 01 août 2016 Gitte Rønnest Andersen - Terndrup (Denmark)
    Traduction de danois fourni par Google Translate L'emplacement de la maison et la région.
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    3,9Mardi 06 oct. 2015 Anonyme - Jettingen-Scheppach (Germany)
    Traduction de anglais fourni par Google Translate Situation très bon pour Mototourisme; vue fantastique, Chiens admis; belles chambres et une bonne cuisine
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    4,9Lundi 27 juil. 2015 Gert Nielsen - Risskov (Denmark)
    Traduction de danois fourni par Google Translate Belle vue sur la mer Méditerranée et de la colline derrière donné joli contraste. Belle piscine que les enfants et petits-enfants particulièrement apprécié...
    Lire la critique complète »
    5,0Lundi 01 juil. 2013 Anonyme - Drøbak (Norway)
    Traduction de danois fourni par Google Translate Nous sommes satisfaits brillant! :-)
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