€795 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 5 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€757 000 without fees)
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|Surface||206 M2*||Plot Size||2572 M2|
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Seillans. Luxury detached villa set in 2500m² of gardens. Heated pool, high quality of finish throughout. Perfect arrive and enjoy home in France.
This beautiful 206 m² recent bastide (2007) is built on two levels :
On ground floor : entry hall with guest toilets, an open area with fully furbished kitchen, 57 m² living room with fireplace, bureau, 18 m² bedroom with en-suite bathroom (shower, bath, two bathroom sinks, wc). All these rooms have access to the outside through french doors. Beside kitchen a laundry with access to the outside.
Upstairs : bedroom, shower room, second bedroom with en-suite bathroom and shower, third bedroom with en-suite shower room.
All the bathrooms and shower rooms are fully tiled and all bedrooms have built-in wardrobes.
Outside : 2575 m² flat plot with automatic watering system, terrace (covered and non-covered), large mosaïc pool (10 m x 5 m) with electric coverand heater for out of season swimming.
Floor covering : natural stone
Wall covering : painting
Heating type : underfloor with gas energy. Tank is burried in the garden
Windows and shutters are in wood. All windows are double glazed.
Exposure : south
Benefits : central vacuum system, electric gates with intercom, alarm, garage
Others : septic tank conforms
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**The currency conversion is for convenience of reference only.
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