Casa dei Papaveri, Spacious 3 Bedroom Villa with a Garden and Terrace

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  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4
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Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 4

Type: Villa

Casa dei Papaveri, Spacious 3 Bedroom Villa with a Garden and Terrace

This spacious three bedroom villa is only 10 minutes by foot from the center of the village of Saint Cézaire sur Siagne, surrounded by hiking paths, perfect for those who enjoy nature. The villa has 3 large bedrooms sleeping 4-5 comfortably. It has a large dining and sitting room, furnished with French country antiques, a fireplace, an enclosed veranda for dining, a covered terrace, a stone barbecue, fully-equipped kitchen, with a wood burning stove, oven, dishwasher, appliances, and wifi access. It is located within a short walking or biking distance from the village in a enclosed garden with olive trees, fruit trees a free form swimming pool. ...Read more

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C. Maffini

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Casa dei Papaveri, Spacious 3 Bedroom Villa with a Garden and Terrace
Saint-Cezaire-sur-Siagne, Provence, France

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Saint Cézaire sur Siagne is a charming hilltop village located in the foothills of the French Riviera. It is a lovely Medieval village, and the home to several archeological sites.This village, only 50 km from Nice, offers unforgettable panoramic views of the Esterel mountain range, from its position at the top of rocky cliffs, plunging down to the Siagne River. You can easily hike or bike from Saint Cezaire to several neighboring villages by its network of marked trails.
Inhabited since the 9th century, there is evidence of the past populations found throughout the village and its surroundings in the form of archeological sites, including megaliths and camps. The remnants of the town's walls date back to the 14th century. Places to visit include a Roman bridge. Medieval hump-back bridge, 14th century wells,14th century remains of an ancient fortified settlement, mill, underground caves, remains dating back to the Neolithic period, and a sarcophagus from the Gallo-Roman era, in the Romanesque Chapel.

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