Les Grands Chênes
Vauvenargues - Holiday rental - from 1265€ €
In an exceptional environment, in the countryside, the gite of the Great Oaks is a completely independent house on 1.2 not enclosed hectares of land. Views on the mountain Ste Victoire. On the ground floor : large 80m² living room with high ceiling, kitchen (fridge/freezer, stove with vitro-ceramic fires, extractor hood, dishwasher, microwave, Nespresso pods coffee machine), lounge area with sofas, armchairs, flat screen TV and phone, dining area, lounge area with library and armchairs, wood burning stove (supplied). 1 bedroom with 1 bed 2 people 140x190cm, access to the terrace on the West side. 2nd bedroom with 1 bed 2 persons 160x200cm, access to the terrace on the West side. Bathroom with bathtub and double washbasin, separate WC. Laundry/dressing room with washing machine. On the 1st floor : large mezzanine overlooking the living-room with office and library. 3rd bedroom with 1 bed for 1 person 90x190cm with access to an adjacent terrace on the West side. 4th bedroom in a row (access via the 3rd bedroom) with 1 bed 1 person 90x190cm. Separate WC (access via the 3rd bedroom). 5th bedroom with 1 bed 2 persons 140x190cm, fireplace (wood provided), large 70 m² adjoining terrace with great view. Bathroom with tub, double basin, WC. Private garden not fenced of total 1.2 hectares, barbecue. Parking on the property. 5 different terraces for a total area of 200 m² (South, West and East terraces), garden furniture and sun beds. Private pool 11x4m, depth from 1,1 to 2,5m, secured by an alarm. Heating, electricity and end of stay cleaning included. Sheets and towels for rent. Non-smoking house. Internet (wifi). Tourist tax : €1,00 per adult per night.
- Internet access
- Swimming pool
Information provided by OT Aix en Provence
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