1 350 000 €

Type of property House
Area 170 m2
Room(s) 4
Exterior Terrasse, jardin
Current Art Nouveau
Condition To live in
Reference OP1465

The sea view and the panorama of the vineyards
The beautifully landscaped garden
The radiant light in the house


Architecture from the 1900s, this pretty house of 170 m2 stands on a plot of 3,900 m2 on the heights of Beausset, in the heart of the prestigious Bandol vineyard, and offers a breathtaking panorama of the bay of Ciotat and the magnificent landscape punctuated by terraced vines and cypresses as far as the eye can see.

The house is discovered through a field of century-old olive trees, thanks to a plot of old vines sweeping up a steep hillside and, opposite, embracing the horizon, the Mediterranean Sea blending into an azure blue sky. Completely redeveloped over time, the house is spread over two levels. The east-facing kitchen allows for breakfasts in the sun. The L-shaped living room with its insert is bathed in South-West light, and offers views of the bay. Its terracotta floor recalls the codes of Provence. The staircase leads upstairs where three generous bedrooms with workshop-style windows opening onto the landscape share a bathroom in ocher and celadon blue tones with cement tiles. The master bedroom has its own bathroom. In the garden, Mediterranean species take pride of place: catalpa, mimosa, old olive trees, laurel, wisteria and even bignone share the landscape. The play of dry stone walls gives rhythm to the environment. The infinity pool facing the Bec de l'Aigle allows for a ceaseless play of reflection between the horizon and the sea. A shaded pétanque court completes this picture. A garage and a finished basement complete this exceptional property.