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Reference247899
Price2,280,000 EUR
Bedrooms4
Bathrooms4
Floor Space290.0m2
Land Area1,261.0m2

Immaculate 4 bedroom House for sale with sea view in Mandelieu la Napoule, Provence Alpes Cote d'Azur

2,280,000 EUR
1,960,800 GBP2,439,600 USD
In excellent condition is this stunning 4 bedroom luxury villa with pool and garden, located in a peaceful area near the beach and all amenities in Mandelieu la Napoule.

This splendid contemporary property of 290 m2 with refined services on land of 1,261m2, offers a clear view to the sea.

It comprises of an entrance hall, a bright and spacious living and dining room, fitted and equipped kitchen, master bedroom and 3 en-suite bedrooms.

The pool is 12m x 5.5 m and heated. There is home automation and a garage.

Direct access to the sea, golf courses and shops, in a quiet area 15 minutes from the Croisette.

FEATURES
Alarm System
Video CCTV Security
In excellent condition is this stunning 4 bedroom luxury villa with pool and garden, located in a peaceful area near the beach and all amenities in Mandelieu la Napoule.

This splendid contemporary property of 290 m2 with refined services on land of 1,261m2, offers a clear view to the sea.

It comprises of an entrance hall, a bright and spacious living and dining room, fitted and equipped kitchen, master bedroom and 3 en-suite bedrooms.

The pool is 12m x 5.5 m and heated. There is home automation and a garage.

Direct access to the sea, golf courses and shops, in a quiet area 15 minutes from the Croisette.

FEATURES
Alarm System
Video CCTV Security
Security Door
Safe
Electric Shutters
Crawl Space
Double flow ventilation
Triple glazing
Furnished
Internet
Central Vacuum System
Videophone
Electric Gate
Outdoor Lighting
Barbecue
Irrigation Sprinkler
Double Glazing
Home Automation
Sliding Windows



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