3,000,000 € to 10,000,000 €
Within the last Belle Epoque villa on the Croisette, formerly known as Sleeping Beauty's castle lays a beautiful 213 m2 appartement facing the sea. It mainly offers 4 en suite bedrooms, a living and dining room leading onto a large terrace overlooking the sea and the Croisette, a fully equipped open-plan kitchen, a steam room, a gym and a laundry. The apartment, renovated with upscale materials, is sold with a cellar and a parking space. Villa 'Le drap d'Or', built in 1880, offers renaissance style architecture, with its slate roof, framed windows, hunting frescos and stone lacework. The rear of the villa also housed a small chapel, which enriches it's charm. In 1943 the house was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Maury, who founded the restaurant ?Le drap d'Or', quoted as one of the jewels of the Croisette: the couple and their artistic souls reconstructed with a refined decor, with walls and ceilings draped with embroidered silk curtains, sumptuous furnishings, gold encrusted china... The restaurant's guest book contains the testimony of royals and celebrities, including Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, Marcel Cerdan and Edith Piaf ... The restaurant was closed In 1959, Mr. Maury being sick, his wife then opened on the ground floor a renowned art gallery. The rest of the house went back to its original function, offering superb views of the sea, the Lerins Islands, the Suquet and the Esterel.