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Lots of charm for this beautiful stone property which is situated in a quiet yet dominant position enjoying a panoramic sea view from Nice to Cap d'Antibes. It includes a main house of about 260m² and a small guest house of 50m², a lovely pool with pool house and, a rarity in the area, a tennis court. It was once the home of George Wein, founder of the Newport Jazz Festival and many other musical events. The house's façade is dominated by weathered, pale stonework, and this rustic character is complemented by the lush surrounding greenery on the border of the garden.
One enters the house through an entrance hall with a large window and a lovely terrace with panoramic sea views. Then to the right a study, a bedroom with glassed-in terrace with views, a bathroom and separate WC. To the left of the entrance hall there are 2 more bedrooms sharing a shower room. A few steps lead down to the garden level, with to the left the kitchen with pantry and laundry, then straight ahead the living room with a bay window overlooking the sea, a fireplace, exposed beams and access to the garden, and a dining room. To the right of the stairs a master bedroom with access to the garden and the view and full en-suiter bathroom and a walk-in dressing room.
Beautiful garden with Mediterranean trees: cypresses, olive trees, citrus, oleanders ... Large pool and pool house with BBQ. On the lower terraces: bowling and tennis.
An 18th century "Mazet" provides ideal for guests with living room with beams, kitchen, shower room and on the 1st floor a bedroom with small terrace.
Possibility to buy adjoining land of 4000m² currently inconstructible. 30 minutes from Nice airport. Great potential for holiday rentals.
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