This sumptuous architect villa of 360m2 with high-end, contemporary finshes and its thousand-year-old olive tree rise on the heights of Mont Saint-Clair.
The beautiful materials and decorative frescoes made by the painter Di Rosa, make this house an exceptional place. The entire decorative choice is mastered by similar materials, used both indoors and outdoors to provide a common union between these two spaces. Dry stone walls adorn external and internal parts of the villa. The thick self-tilting door allows the entrance to the hall of this villa where the centralized home automation allows to control all the different living spaces.
The living room and raised office area are enclosed by floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the pool and the sea all day long. The floor is decorated by a mixed Montpellier marble and worked rough concrete. The separate kitchen also has views of the garden, pool and pond. It was made by the Saint Paul workshop, with a stone worktop, double basin and plenty of storage including a back kitchen with refrigerators. The wide staircase, in one piece, allows access to the night area illuminated by a skylight and its glass walls guaranteeing never to lose the view of the sea. The three bedrooms on this floor each have their bathroom and private outdoor terrace or garden. A large dressing room, a laundry room and a separate toilet complete this floor. The terrace has a pool house and storage space with direct access to the double entrance garage.
An independent apartment of 80m2 or caretaker's house is located at the entrance of the property for a better independence and security of the place. The house has a softener, an alarm, automatic watering and underfloor heating or reversible air conditioning, and shutters with adjustable slats to play with sunlight.