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Zone Ouest Urbaine, Saint-Tropez
Land 4467 m² (about 48020 ft²)
4 Parking spaces
This villa of approx. 670 sqm, designed by an Italian architect in the spirit of villas in Sienna, is built on an approx. 4 500 sqm park which offers stunning views of the Bay of Canoubiers and benefits from west exposure. In excellent condition, as for the park or the fittings, the villa doesn't need any renovation. In a renowned and secured domain, the villa is sold with full furniture. On 2 levels, it consists of a large living room with hearth, a winter and a summer dining rooms, a complete kitchen, 8 en-suite bedrooms all giving onto the park, including 2 master bedrooms with bathrooms, an office, cloakroom WC, a playroom, a laundry room with professional equipment and cold storages with freezer. The ground level is arranged around a planted patio, and a loggia runs all around the villa, perfect to enjoy the views. The garden enjoys a large mirror swimming pool with SPA, a shower cloakroom and a kitchen to serve the summer lounge. An adjoining staff accommodation of 42 sqm with private green space, a garage for up to 4 cars, a motorbike place and a workshop complete the property. The well designed and maintained park is planted with different species and served by porphyry paved paths. A well serves the watering system. The entire basement can be accessed and the technical rooms are perfectly maintained. 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).