3 bedroom villa for sale
France - Languedoc-Roussillon, Hérault, Marseillan
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- Own your vineyard managed by Seigneurie de Peyrat
- Private wine cellar
- Personal storage area
- Indoor swimmingpool under vaulted ceiling
- Outdoor heated swimming pool with unique seaview
- VIP lounge in the hotel
- Privileged on site facilities
- Preferential concierge services
- Private invitations to special events
- Fully furnished
PRICE EXCLUDING VAT
READY TO MOVE INTO FULLY FURNISHED - From kitchen utensils to flat screen TV
Think of the Patio Villas at La Baraquette as your own private oasis of calm and relaxation. Each is built around a walled courtyard filled with lush plants and trees where you can lounge, dine or sunbathe by your private plunge pool away from the summer heat and roar of the cicadas. Ranging from 90m2 to 125m2 (one to three bedrooms) the Patio Villas offer large, light, open-plan spaces and all offer spectacular views of the sea.
Like our Waterfront Villas, local stone and wood and traditional French architectural forms and colours merge seamlessly with modern, clean lines. Similarly, our furnishing collection draws on themes of the sea and vineyards fused with modern materials - to create a sophisticated, laid-back ambiance for the interior of your Patio Villa.
The latest kitchen appliances and bathroom fittings, as well as one-touch 'domotic' lighting, air-conditioning and wi-fi systems ensure these villas put you firmly in control of your environment. There's even a dedicated 'owners closet' for you to store your personal belongings when renting your property out.
La Baraquette Estate:
On a gently climbing hill, the La Baraquette vineyard estate will extend across 6.2 hectares of prime seafront land. The gradual slope will ensure that most of the villas and apartments as well as the hotel, share in those panoramic views of the lagoon and oyster tables. As well as the properties built here, some truly world-class facilities will be on hand for owners and visitors alike, designed to make sure you get the most of your stay on the estate.
Along with Collioure in the south, Marseillan has to be Languedoc's most sophisticated seaside village. A mid-sized port in Phoenician, Greek and Roman times, it benefited along with the rest of the region from the 'wine boom' of the late 19th century, its elegant houses testament to the wealth of the time.
Today, Marseillan is a favourite place to come for a meal by the sea, whether it be the gourmet creations at the swish Château du Port, simple and light traditional food at one of the port's many other restaurants, or slightly more funky fare at the retro Delicatessen restaurant in the heart of the town.