3 370 000 €

Type of property House
Area 250 m2
Room(s) 5
Exterior Terrasse, jardin
Current Art Nouveau
Condition To live in
Reference OP1340

A rare and heavenly location
Lush Mediterranean garden
Generous volumes


Built in the 1900s, this 250 m2 house is located in the highly sought-after Cap Brun. In a dominant position on its 4,900 m2 landscaped grounds, this wild paradise, an idyllic refuge open to the Mediterranean, offers unique views of the Notre-Dame-du-Cap-Falcon chapel and the rocky cliffs plunging into the sea.

With the addition of several extensions in 1976, the house has retained its original character while blending bold, more modern volumes. A huge terrace plunging into the sea and pine trees serves the original house, shaded by two majestic century-old pines. Renovated in 2016 and clad in black granite, the generous kitchen sets the tone for family homes. The entrance hall is adorned in light wood and leads to a first living room with a beautiful fireplace and a horizontal window overlooking the sea. Further on, a second living room in oiled light oak features a glass dome, providing zenithal light.
To the east, a large master suite with large dressing room and Patricia Urquiola tiled bathroom closes this level.
Upstairs, two bedrooms with sea views through the tall pine trees share a graphic bathroom. A glass passageway leads to the last two bedrooms, which also share a bathroom with a view.
Outside, in the garden, the ipe-lined infinity pool showcases the work of Le Rayol's gardener, called upon to create an invitation to travel through Mediterranean landscapes. Rare species stand side by side with local species, offering a feeling of being at the end of the world.