This villa clinging to the hillside, at the heart of a dense oak forest, in sloping grounds of 7,650 m2, is the work of a talented architect. A fine signature for this practical and expressive home, borrowing the esthetic and technical codes of Modernism. Seemingly suspended on the hills of Grasse, this house surveys the Côte d'Azur rather like a mirador, or watchtower. On two floors, the villa is comprised of an ingenious blend of wood and metal, offering living space of approx. 250 sqm. An impression of lightness and structure is created by the villa's detachment from the sloping ground, and the airy terrace in front of the main facade. The architecture's originality is further accentuated by the elevation and outcropping of the roof over the living-room, defining its autonomy. It contributes towards regulating the temperature and light for this room with its generous glass windows. The layout is simple: the ground floor is comprised of an entrance hall, cloakroom, shower room, and a study which could be transformed into a bedroom. A door leads to a large terrace sheltered by the upper floor on pilings, the ideal retreat on hot summer days. On the upper floor, the main room is comprised of a large living-room with a double hearth, an open kitchen and a laundry to the rear. The night area consists of two children's bedrooms with a shower room, a master suite with adjoining bathroom and walk-in closet, and a screening room. Large terraces surround the house, enabling its occupants to benefit fully from the panoramic view of the Mediterranean. A pool with a salt treatment system, parking space, and a technical unit complete the villa's amenities. In terms of technical appointments, the property is fitted with an air/water heat pump with underfloor heating, reversible air conditioning in the bedrooms, a water softener and centralized vacuum system. For fans of architecture and panoramic views.