La Saline-Les-Bains Villa Rental Photos and Description
Superb VIEW waterfront - beach 10 m, unique location MEETING
Magnificent old Creole house built in 1900, renovated in 2012 by the designer of the Louvre Lens associated architect Reunion.
The 'Maison de Palmas is conveniently located on the lagoon of La Saline-les-Bains, in a large garden directly overlooking the beach.
House of 230 m2 distributed 4 comfortable bedrooms, for 8 people, 5 bathrooms, one outdoor bathroom, 3 toilets, two kitchens, one outdoors while shingle as before. A large living around its magnificent table tamarind welcomes you.
Another highlight, a huge and beautiful veranda / lounge with 180 ° sea. The real 'deck' wood over 200m2 is a magical place to relax in front of the Indian Ocean. The garden has many endemic plants of the Meeting. What unforgettable moments on the beach early in the morning until sunset. During whale season, you might be lucky enough to see them jump in front of you. A unique and magical show!
Waterfront, exceptional, quiet. Self-ventilated house. Creole house built in 1900 renovated in 2012 by Adrien Gardere, designer of the Louvre Lens associated with Vincent Menthière, architect Reunion.
Reunion Island, Hermitage, Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, La Saline-les-Bains, a superb lagoon of Saline baths with direct access to the sea View over 180 °. The lagoon, beach 10m. Near points out hiking to the volcano, the Mafate, Cilaos and Piton des Neiges ... Maison Creole renovated with the greatest care, luxury and VIP services. From a very good taste. Live facing the ocean in one of the beautiful homes on the island.
- children welcome
- smoking allowed
- pets considered
- Long-term Renters Welcome
About Frederic Broch
Always in love with beautiful things, this 'case' is our childhood home, where we come to spend unforgettable moments with our family.
Frederic Broch purchased this villa in 1960
What makes this villa unique
Feet in the water, an exceptional area, absolute peace. A well-ventilated house with no air-conditioning. A unique place in Reunion. Spacious Creole house dating back from 1900 entirely renovated in 2012 by one of the designers of the Louvre Museum.