Beaulieu-sur-Mer, stunning views over the Mediterranean
Located on the iconic Boulevard Edouard VII, which boasts some most of the most beautiful properties in Beaulieu-sur-Mer, this 616m2 contemporary villa is built into the hillside and enjoys a 180° sea view. Close to Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, Monaco and Nice, it is one of the most exceptional properties in the area.
Built lengthwise, this 616m2 modern villa has 4 floors and follows the topography of the land. South facing and opening out on to the Mediterranean, the villa is like a tall ship making a stopover in Beaulieu-sur-Mer. Just long enough for its guests to explore this stunning destination, just a stone’s throw from Monaco, Nice and all the iconic locations for which the Côte d’Azur is internationally renowned. The exterior seamlessly merges into the interior, which also becomes part of the outdoor space… The combination of materials, layout and organisation of the space give this property a unique and exceptional charm.
3 353 M²
175 M² – 6 VEHICLES
This four-story villa offers expansive views of the Mediterranean. Every room has a spectacular view of the sea. The bathrooms, for example, employ subtle transparency effects to create the illusion of a dive into the deep blue sea. The living room, (1880 ft2 and 82 ft long) offers unobstructed views of the outside, thanks to sliding picture windows, veritable “glass walls” that blur the line between the indoors and outdoors.Ample and efficient storage spaces are cleverly hidden behind beautiful teak façades.
The indoor living spaces offer generous dimensions (each bathroom has both a tub and a walk-in shower), and the garden and pool area are equally spacious. The garage can accommodate six cars.
Fully furnished with smart home features, the villa is “ready to live in.” The striking elegance of the decor further enhances the generous dimensions of the space. The furnishings are contemporary and feature pieces from renowned French and international designers (B&B Italia, Cassina, etc.). Aesthetics and functionality go hand-in-hand with luxury extras such as high-end appliances (like Gaggenau, among others) and a Bose stereo system. Underfloor heating and reversible air-conditioning also help to make this fabulous villa a peaceful haven overlooking the Mediterranean.
High quality wood and teak finishes, as well as the natural light, give a unique feel to this beautiful residence nestled in a landscaped setting. Inside, teak is the material of choice (parquet flooring and walk-in wardrobes) while stainless steel dominates in the kitchen and Corian surfaces highlight the bathrooms with taps by Dornbracht. To create a seamless decor and enhance the interior space, the stair panelling is made of glass, as is the lift, which serves the property’s 4 floors. Here, low-key luxury relies on fluidity, elegance and refinement.
Landscaped with terraces, perfect for friendly get-togethers (swimming pool with summer kitchen and petanque area), the gardens are stocked with Mediterranean plants. Citrus fruits, olive trees, palm trees, cypresses, pines and magnolia remind us that we are in the south of France. The railway sleeper stairs give a sculptural aspect to the gently sloping gardens.
The swimming pool
Deliberately installed away from the house, the 12m long infinity pool merges with the Mediterranean. A teak footbridge leads to the sun deck equipped with sun loungers, as well as a sleekly designed summer kitchen. A living room in its own right, the swimming pool and its surroundings are the ideal place to relax and entertain.
Just below the swimming pool, at the same level as the petanque area, a room of about 40m2 is ready to be fitted out as a gym, a home cinema or a games room for children…