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Manor House in the heart of Cap d'Antibes - Belle Époque charm.

Cap d'Antibes

This Florentine villa, built in 1920 during the Belle-Époque era and formerly known as the "Villa Françoise", is a home of undeniable charm that has maintained its elegant style of yesteryear: with balconies and rooftops of balusters, marble and pillars, with period parquet flooring and a staircase marked by a sculpture signed by Antoine-Louis Barye (1795-1875), such detail makes of this manor house a truly magnificent bourgeoise villa at the heart of the prestigious Cap d'Antibes.

Across 330 sqm, the property principally consists of 6 bedrooms (4 of which boast period style en suite toilets), a kitchen with a pantry and a goods-lift, a living room, a conservatory, a dining room and a study.

Set on 9114 sqm of landscaped parks, and benefitting from a gatehouse and both a cellar and wine cellar, the villa stands across from sumptuous French gardens of lemon trees, orange trees, Florentine basins and amphorae dating back to the beginning of the 20th century. The house is nestled at the rear of the plot within the heart of a pine forest with a water tower; typical of the properties found in Cap d'Antibes.

The house offers a superb view across the sea, the old town of Antibes, the Grimaldi chateau and the port of Vauban, as well as over the entire bay of Anges. It is a cherished view that has inspired artists such as Claude Monet and features in several of his masterpieces.


Energy Performance Certificate - E (249) - F (58)
Fees at the expense of the seller

Ref: AC587

  • Bedrooms 6
  • Bathroom 4
  • Living Surface330 m²
  • Land Surface9114 m²

Energy Performance Certificate

≤50
51 to 90
91 to 150
151 to 230
231 to 330
331 to 450
>450
249kWhEP/m2.an

Greenhouse gas emission

≤5
6 to 10
11 to 20
21 to 35
36 to 55
56 to 80
>80
58kgeqCO2/m2.an

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