Buy a new villa with a 10-year guarantee in Aix-En-Provence, in the popular Cézanne district. Cours Mirabeau 10 minutes by bike, 2.5 kilometers. The villas are located close to the centre and in a green area. The high-quality new contemporary villa of 250 m² has a large terrace, a swimming pool of 9 x 4 m and a pool house for long summer evenings. There is also a large double garage and 2 parking spaces, all on a large plot of over 1,200m2.
New modern villa for sale in Aix en Provence
High-quality and very trendy equipment: large-format fine stoneware tiles 120 x 120 and 90 x 90, earthenware 40 x 80, underfloor heating and cooling on the ground floor + air diffusion floor through openings in false ceilings, floor-to-ceiling sliding aluminium carpentry and brick partition in the living room, high ceilings, construction according to RT2012 sound – and thermal insulation standards for greater energy savings. outside; Natural stone facade + friction lining, reinforced concrete swimming pool with large tiled beaches 80 m², beautiful landscaping of the entire garden, all well fenced. Clearly, optimal convenience for a turnkey project!
You can choose from the following sizes and prices for a new villa in Aix
Villa 2 has 4 bedrooms, 184 m2 of living space and a garden of 610 m2. Price 1,600,000 euros
Villa 5 has 5 bedrooms, 250 m2 of living space and a garden of 1110 m2. Price 2,400,000 euros
Villa 4 has 5 bedrooms, 250 m2 of living space and a garden of 1223 m2. Price 2,400,000 euros
Aix-en-Provence has all the charm of a small Provencal village. A walk through the old town is a celebration because you will always come across impressive buildings, fountains, streets and special monuments. Aix-en-Provence is known for its authentic southern French markets. On Tuesday, Thursday and especially Saturday mornings, in the centre you will find dozens of stalls with vegetables, fruits and even books, fresh flowers, clothes, flea markets and local products.
The lively Cours Mirabeau is traditionally the place to see and be seen in Aix. Paul Cézanne, Emile Zola and Pablo Picasso all went to Les Deux Garçons here, but unfortunately, this famous brasserie burned down in 2019 and has been closed for the time being. While it’s nice to watch the shoppers under the plane trees here, the Place de l’Hôtel-de-Ville is actually even nicer. Sit down on one of the many terraces overlooking the old town hall.