In a beautiful olive tree garden plot, we have this niche and authentic Provencal Farmhouse with Panoramic Views of the rolling countryside.
To welcome you, you will find a spacious lounge with fireplace, a Provencal kitchen with back-kitchen, 3 large bedrooms and an independent apartment of 60 m2.
For leisure, at your disposal a grand swimming pool, a bowling alley, a swimming pool overflow [16m long] with pool house.
A must see.
The department of Alpes-Maritimes is the south-eastern most department of the Provence-Alpes / Cote-d'Azur region, in France. There are approx. 163 towns and villages in the Alpes-Maritimes department with a few very famous ones of course, the capital is the renowned town of Nice. Situated along the Mediterranean Sea, next to the Italian border, surrounded with the Var and Alpes-de-Haute-Provence departments to the west, the department has many assets.
This part of France is famous all over the world for having amazing touristy treasures: a good climate, great coastline, the French Riviera or Cote d'Azur, a wonderful inland landscapes and beautiful people! Alpes Maritimes is one of the most renowned departments of France, amidst both French and foreign holidaymakers. The department benefits from 320 sunny days per year. It boasts a prestigious coast line as well as rugged landscapes.
The Alps and the Mediterranean Sea are less than one hour away by car. The area has everything you need on offer, tourism being essential to the area's income. The French Riviera is definitely the part of the department which attracts the most tourists. Towns such as Cannes, Antibes, Juan-les-Pins or Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat are highly visited by both holidaymakers and showbiz celebrities.
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