3 bedrooms Land 390 m²
This small 1920's villa with balustrades is rather like an elegant bather clinging to a diving-board suspended above the Bay of Eze in the warmth of sunlight, between two capes. Your gaze is mesmerized by the horizon. The rehabilitation of this perched house offers living space of approx. 160 sqm on three floors, set in steeply sloping grounds of 390 sqm, facing due south. The first level opens out to a terrace of natural Spanish stone shaded by an olive-tree, bordered by trimmed boxwood hedges and framed by balustrades. It is extended by a small, heated, black stoneware pool with its teak sundeck. The outdoor area benefits from a summer shower reached by a staircase and adjacent to the bathroom on the second floor. Laid out lengthwise, the interior space proposes a delightful living area with a lounge/dining-room overlooked by a kitchen with a touch of almond green lacquer, rather like a workshop bench set on a podium. The soft atmosphere basks in white with a floor of natural Spanish stone, all set off by touches of grey and green. The tour continues via a solid parquet staircase with a geometric safety rail designed by the owners, climbing up to the intermediate level and finally the night area. A large bookcase runs along the staircase leading to the two bedrooms, a white stoneware bathroom opening out to the outdoor shower, a shower room, lounge and walk-in closet. The 'lighthouse' culminates on the top floor with its fully glassed frontage consisting of sliding windows, allowing one to benefit from cool sea breezes. Here you are in the captain's cabin, navigating between a study, bedroom, shower room and, to the north, a gym and access to the property's outdoor parking space. The owner of this handsome ship focusing on the horizon has succeeded in endowing it with an extra touch of soul which makes it so exceptional. For fans of the open sea.