Very attractive villa with large flat gardens of 2.500 sq.m, heated pool, dining terraces, BBQ and good parking area, set behind large iron gates.
The villa is situated just off the Grand Corniche close to the Observatory at Nice and surrounded by natural parkland and is very peaceful. 10 minutes to local shops at Villefranche or Nice, Restaurants within 10 minutes walk, beaches all along the coast, the nearest is Villefranche at 10 minutes drive.
This lovely villa has been finished with taste and presents a very lovely modern, clean and well equipped home for a relaxing holiday on the French Riviera
The property has lovely furnishings of a really good standard, is very clean, warm, bright and quiet. A perfect Holiday Villa. Parking for 4 cars. Live in Guardians who take care of you and the villa.
- Bedroom 1 furnished with twin beds or clients wishing to take a month’s rental could be turned into TV salon. This bedroom could be useful for people wishing not to use steps.
- Bedroom 2 with small double bed, en-suite shower, sink and WC - small terrace
- Bedroom 3 with twin/double bed - ensuite shower, WC and sink
- Bedroom 4 with twin/double bed - ensuite shower, WC and sink - terrace overlooking gardens
- Bedroom 5 with bunk beds/stacked beds - adjoining family bathroom with bath, WC, sink
- Master bedroom 6 with large King-size double bed, ensuite bathroom with bath & shower over, WC and sink.
Beyond the Seasons: Set in the heart of one of the world's most beautiful bays, Villefranche-sur-Mer sits on the steps of a natural amphitheater - the terraced hills of the Riviera - gazing out over the sea.
The plentiful sunshine of the Côte d'Azur, reflected in the enclosed bay, has given Villefranche-sur-Mer a warmth and climate all of its own and its famous rich, exotic vegetation.
Beyond the Centuries
Long a spectator to centuries of history, Villefranche-sur-Mer has welcomed civilizations and has a rich heritage to show for it: the old city with its picturesque narrow streets, the mysterious 'Rue Obscure', the Chapel Saint-Pierre, decorated by Cocteau, the fortified Port, and, last but not least, the magnificent Citadel built in 1557 by the Duke of Savoy. Today, those massive and majestic walls harbour the Town Hall, an open air theatre surrounded by gardens, three museums and a Congress Centre.
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