Access for vehicles and pedestrians is provided by two independent gates with ample car parking at each. Designed by the famous architect Charles Dalmas, the property was created originally as an integral part of a larger estate; combining the classic architecture of the period with an ancient building (now the Pavilion).
Accommodations is provided by the two building as follows:
The Villa offers:
- An entrance hall with staircase and cloakroom (wc and hand basin), double doors opening into...
- The main lounge and dining area; the latter opening into...
- A fully fitted kitchen with full-width hob, extractor hood, oven, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge/freezer, etc.
- The entire ground floor benefits from extensive views by virtue of the specially commissioned Louis XV style windows and doors which open onto the filed shady terrace with electrically operated, full-size canopy.
- On the first floor (from which the sea views extend as far as the Italian coastline) are three double bedrooms; two with en suite bathrooms providing shower, hand basin & wc.
The Pavilion provides completely independent accommodation comprising:
- Large lounge with beamed ceiling and (continuing the theme) hand-made Louis XV style windows and doors opening onto the courtyard (between the two building) with its old stone fountain.
- A short flight of four original stone steps lead up to...
- A large double bedroom (including a balcony overlooking the courtyard and garden) with en suite bathroom (hand basin, shower & wc).
Although separate, the Villa and the Pavilion are only three meters apart so that guests may be as close or as private as they choose. Both buildings benefit from independent gas central heating. Planning permission has been granted for the addition of a swimming pool.