The villa,built in 1982 and renovated in 2007, is composed as follows :
– Livingroom, leading onto a terrace
– Diningroom, leading onto the terrace
– Open-plan kitchen
– 1 Big bedroom with airconditionning, bathroom, dressing and toilet
– 1 Big bedroom with showerroom, toilet and dressing
– 1 Study or bedroom
Basement with garage for 4 cars, 1 room with windows, 1 shower-room with toilet, winecellar, laundry, atelier.
Swimmingpool 10 x 5 m
Plot of 2500 m²
Le Plan -de- la-Tour (until 2008 Plan-de- la-Tour ) is a commune in the Var department in the Provence- Alpes- Côte d’ Azur.
Le Plan -de- la-Tour is surrounded by wooded hills in a fertile plain at the Préconil and its tributaries in the Massif des Maures . From here, the Colle Dure to 538 m and 412 m Santpeire to rise . In addition to the village of Le Plan-de- la-Tour consists of additional 24 villages and hamlets to the community. From the hilltop village Valaury looks out over the entire valley .
The beginnings of the history of Le Plan -de- la-Tour date back to prehistoric times. Dolmens, menhirs and arrowheads document the presence of people in the Neolithic and Bronze Age megalithic culture about 2500 years before our era. Archaeological finds prove the settlement in the Celtic- Ligurian and the Gallo- Roman era.
After the Saracen settlement in the early Middle Ages , the recent history between the 10th begins and 12 Century with a small hilltop village that appears as Castrum de Planaturris in the sources. In the 15th Century drew the population fleeing from the advancing Saracens back into the hinterland back . Soon the area, which had furthermore suffered from outbreaks of plague , almost completely abandoned by humans. Only in the 16th Century settled back slowly people in the villages of the surrounding area. At the beginning of the 17th Century appears the first time the present name Plan de la Tour in the documents .
During the French Revolution, Plan-de- la-Tour broke away from La Garde -Freinet and in 1792 into an independent municipality . By decree of 3 October 2008 was renamed the town in Le Plan-de- la-Tour .
Sales fees in France at the expense of the seller.
In Monaco there will be always a buyer fee of 3%.
For holiday rentals in France 20-25% of the rental amount at the expense of the tenant.
For long-term rental in France 13 EUR/Sqm at the expense of the tenant