About this property
With an exceptional setting at the end of the peninsula, this luxury villa offers spectacular views of the Mediterranean.
Built in a modern style, the accommodation of 420 sq m includes an entrance hall, a double reception room including a dining room opening onto spacious terraces, plus a fully equipped kitchen.
The first floor is composed exclusively of the principal suite of 67 sq m featuring a private terrace. Four further en suite bedrooms are situated on the garden level.
The immaculate landscaped gardens feature a heated swimming pool and steps leading down to the seafront path and to the private stone pontoon.
Parking for several vehicles complete this superb property.
Agency fees payable by the vendor. Table of fees available online at savills.fr and on request.
- Halfway between Monaco and Nice, Saint Jean Cap Ferrat with its luxuriant and unique landscape, its perfect bays and views over the sparkling blue Mediterranean is doubtlessly the most sought after prestigious destination on the French Riviera.
- Cap Ferrat’s residential property has been estimated at around five hundred villas spread over the peninsula planted with magnificent maritime pines and palm trees. High demand and the scarcity of land along with the sparse residential stock, the charming village, its exclusive harbor, restaurants, shops, beaches as well as the Grand Hôtel Palace and its unique facilities, as the Spa and the Dolphin Club have contributed to this closed property market becoming one of the most coveted on the planet.
- A small fishing port until the early 19th century, at the dawn of a new century, Saint Jean Cap Ferrat experienced the building of sumptuous second residences for King Leopold II of Belgium and Baroness Béatrice Ephrussi de Rothschild.
- Ever since, the world elite have unquestionably made it their favoured destination. Tsar Nicolas II of Russia, the Empress Eugenie, Winston Churchill, Charlie Chaplin, Jean Cocteau, Romy Schneider and Jean-Paul Belmondo have all fallen in love with these idyllic locations. Today, those with the largest fortunes are looking to purchase property and regularly rub shoulders here.