Rare Penthouse avec piscine

Rare Penthouse avec piscine


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
3 Bathrooms
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Our home

We live in Martinique "Les Trois Ilets" French department in Caribbean (French West indies) in a "penthouse" witch include (about 360 m2, 3800 SF; for all):
Available: three of four bedrooms each with its private bathroom, two separated toilets. Our private "Suite" and office will be closed.
One internal living/TV room and large kitchen
One large partially covered private terrace: dining room, living and pool (non covered).
Situated at last floor (5th) of a small building with elevator (direct access to our private terrace).

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Who we are

  1. We are a couple both 50 years old married for 28 years, we live in Martinique for 10 years.
    We own and manage an hotel close to our apartment. Visit it my Homepage.
    Our 2 child's (21 and 25) live in Paris and we still usually travel with them for holidays, this summer we expect to stay in Miami for three weeks starting 10th of august. May be we'll exchange our home with you and give you the opportunity to discover Martinique.

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Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

Our apartment is close (1000m) to "La Pointe du Bout" you will find there marina, shopping center and all facilities.
The beach of Anse Mitan is 600m. You will find others in the area of Anse d'Arlet with strong and different character. (20 min driving).
Martinique is famous for his natural diversity, you would be ideally located to discover it:
The rugged mountainous landscape to the north is geologically young. Mount Pelée is the island’s highest peak, culminating at 4 500 feet. The north is characterized by dense forests, rivers and waterfalls. In the center, the Lamentin Plain transitions to the south’s gentler and geologically older landscape of rolling hills. The southern coast is dotted with many picturesque bays and coves. In the southernmost part of the island, a savanna of petrified trees is an unusual geological sight.

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