At 10 minutes from the centre and the beach of ?Les Canoubiers? Of Saint Tropez, in a total quietness, this Provencal villa from 1999 in located in the heart of grounds of 3 000 sqm planted with fruit trees. It develops its 263 sqm around a large half-open patio giving onto arcades. The entrance corridor, made as a cloister, serves 2 large bedrooms with bathrooms en-suites and reversible air conditioning. A larger bedroom, on the west side, benefits from a shower and a bathtub with dressing and patio?S access. The large living area of 60 sqm opens onto a covered terrace enjoying sea view at 180°, and views of the indoor patio planted with a century olive trees. A separate totally fitted kitchen also gives onto the terrace. A spiral staircase gives access to the first floor. It is composed with 2 bedrooms with bathrooms en-suites giving access to a terrace with large views of the sea, the gulf and the Bay of ?Les Canoubiers?. A beautiful pool of 15x5m provides a pool house under cathedral living area and comprises a kitchen, a bedroom, a shower room and toilets. A closed garage for up to 2 cars, a laundry room and 5 other parking spaces complete this offer. The charm of this villa, with access by a private pathway, is due to its views and the quality and the material such as Cotto from Este and tiles from Salerne.. The luxury real estate market at the Côte d?Azur is one of the most attractive in the Mediterranean area. Whilst 'idyllic lifestyle and escape from city life' remains the primary reason people wish to purchase property in the French Riviera, due to the global economic situation, clients are also looking to buy secondary homes in the South of France as it is a stable investment and intelligent retirement plan. Saint-Tropez is a coastal town on the French Riviera, in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region of southeastern France. Long popular with artists, the town attracted the international "jet set" in the 1960s, and remains known for its beaches and nightlife. The cobblestoned "La Ponche" quarter recalls its past as a fishing village, although yachts now outnumber fishing boats in the Vieux Port (Old Port).
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