Cosmic Villas is proud to provide this. Villa is a wonderful family property with plenty of character located in the adored Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region of southeast France.
It's not far from the neighbourhood community of Valbonne.
This region has a diverse terrain that includes beautiful farmland, historic towns, and a lovely Mediterranean coastline.
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A warm, inviting atmosphere greets you as soon as you enter, and the dining area and living room both have views of the garden and swimming pool.
The old-stone antique floors and the farmhouse-style kitchen with wooden cabinetry give the villa a Provençal feel across the entire property.
There is another cosy sitting area with a huge sofa facing the fireplace downstairs on the garden level, which is accessible by a few steps.
This room leads to a twin bedroom.
Additionally, there are three inviting bedrooms with double beds and stylish, tiled bathrooms with a bathtub or shower.
The refurbished villa still has a lot of its original charm and design elements.
The stone house is distinguished by wooden shutter windows that bring in lots of natural light and walls covered in wisteria. The large garden comprises a pool, Mediterranean vegetation, and old olive trees.
There are many places to relax, including the sun loungers and umbrella-lined pool deck, the plush garden furniture, and the outdoor dining table next to the BBQ, which is ideal for all of your outdoor gatherings.
A winding driveway leads to the home, giving visitors a chance to take in the verdant landscape and charming settlements in the area.
The location is excellent; it just takes 5 minutes to drive or 30 minutes to walk to reach the charming Valbonne.
Traditional stores, evocative cafés, and country lanes can be found here.
The delis, bars, and Place des Arcades, the village's main square with terraced eateries spilling onto the pavement, will delight foodies.
The Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region offers countless chances for a healthy vacation, but if you're looking for a change of pace, visit one of the larger cities like Antibes, Cannes, or even Nice.
Notably, Antibes is perfect for all types of vacationers, including history and gastronomy enthusiasts.
Its ancient town is surrounded by ramparts from the sixteenth century and looks out over the Port Vauban harbour.
It also has some of the most beautiful beaches on the French Riviera.
You can visit a traditional Provençal market to sample and purchase regional specialties including sheep cheese, organic wine, fresh fruit and vegetables, lavender soaps, and handmade items after interesting historical lessons from one of the tour guides.
The mediaeval town of Le Suquet near Cannes is worth a visit, and the Boulevard de la Croisette, which curves along the Mediterranean with breezy sea vistas like the promenade in Nice, is also only 40 minutes away.