Called the "Chateau' by the locals this beautiful stone villa was built in 1960 by the famous architect Andreï Svetchine.
Just a few meters from the heart of the Medieval village of Tourrettes-sur-Loup, over a little bridge, you arrive to the impressive stone cladded entrance of the "Chateau", adjoint to the entrance is the gate house, or today a guest house with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms divided into 3 apartments each with its own kitchen and outdoor space.
The drive way is sweeping up the hillside between 1000 year old olive trees, there's around 100 in total, and 20 meter tall cypress trees planted there in the 1960s. Passing the mosaic tiled pool and up to the cobble stoned parking, where you finally can see the beautiful main villa and the incredible panoramic view of the Riviera, stretching from Cap Ferrat in the east and to the Cap d'Antibes in the west.
The main villa offers an entrance hall, leading onto the double living room with a fireplace and dining room. The kitchen is for food lovers, the current Scandinavian owner is a renowned chef and the kitchen is superbly laid out in provencal style with a fireplace and dining area for 20 people. It leads out to the eastern terrace with space for a further 20 guests. 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and several storage rooms.
The property has large terraces overlooking the view and the grounds are 3Ha (7,4 acres).
Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website : www.georisques.gouv.fr
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