Remarkable architecture realized in 1972 by the famous architect André Lefèvre-Devaux, located in the secure domain of Cap Benat.
Its achievements are characterized by an optimal insertion in the site, its rooting, the alliance of raw materials (the stone of Bormes, the concrete and the wood), a reassuring architectural thickness, the perspectives, the alternation of full and empty and garden roofs.
The villa develops an area of approximately 236 sqm on two levels and a roof garden, on a plot of land of 2837 sqm.
The upper level welcomes the entrance, the living room, the dining room, the kitchen, a bedroom suite with bathroom, dressing room and small lounge, as well as a laundry room. The lower level has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, one of which is convertible into 2 bedrooms and the technical room with the boiler room. A cellar and a garage complete the set.
Lulled by the sound of the waves, the villa enjoys a beautiful landscaped land by the renowned landscape architect Jean Mus, with private access to the sea, punctuated with terraces set in the rock and a stone path to the sea.
The spaces of the villa are wide open to the sea and enjoy a panoramic view over the bay and the Golden Islands. Its rooftop terraced garden blends into the surrounding vegetation, making the house almost imperceptible in the landscape.
Strongly rooted in its grounds, the villa gives an impression of monolithic solidity and durability desired by André Lefèvre-Devaux. Its architectural design is an expression of the massive nature of the materials used - local stone and concrete. The architect has carried out here a real work of implantation of the building to the ground by respecting the hard rocks released as the earthworks.
It is possible to enlarge the house and build a swimming pool. Possibility to moor a boat a few meters in the private port of the residence.
This house is unique in its remarkable architecture, its location and its landscape quality.
A true architectural masterpiece and manifest of integration in a paradisiac site ...