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This countryside house is peacefully situated, just 2 km away from shops and 3.5 km from beautiful sandy beaches. It offers three bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room, a bathroom, and two toilets. The house is extremely comfortable and has been awarded a 3-ear rating by Gîtes de France. Outside, there is a lovely garden with garden furniture and a barbecue.


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