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Contemporary Seafront Villa in St TropezBeautiful landscaped...



















Contemporary Seafront Villa in St Tropez

Beautiful landscaped gardens surround this contemporary rental villa along the Route des Plages in St Tropez.

Exquisitely appointed, the luxurious 400 m2 property features 5 bright, sunny bedrooms – most of them ensuite, a sleek, modern kitchen, as well as a spectacular high-ceilinged living area perfect for entertaining large crowds.

The decor throughout is fresh and contemporary, with top quality fittings and amenities. The outdoor heated swimming pool is a highlight; and so are the splendid views, which stretch all the way to the deep azure bay of St Tropez.

Villa Anton is located in the quiet quarter of Les Marres and makes for an ideal vacation retreat for families and groups of friends willing to explore the seductive, sun-drenched Côte d'Azur.

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