Located in a tranquil residential area, this charming countryside villa is situated close to the famous town of Grasse.
This is an ideal destination for a relaxing getaway whilst being close to many villages and towns to discover.
The open plan layout makes this home spacious and comfortable, with its blend of French and Oriental styles.
A tropical feel can be found in the conservatory style entrance.
Outside, the pot plant give a homely atmosphere, whilst the sun terrace is perfect for taking in the surroundings.
The covered terraces runs the entire length of the villa, keeping the hot sun out of the interior of the villa.
Children will love the swimming pool with its surrounding lawn, and will be plenty occupied with the swings and table tennis.
Interior of Villa
Ground Floor/Entry Level
It’s just a five-minute drive to the local village where you will find a supermarket and a couple of restaurants.
This villa is in an ideal location for exploring some of the idyllic villages and towns of this part of the French Riviera. Grasse (4km) is less than ten minutes away by car where you can explore the world’s perfume capital with its museums, factories and perfume shops before exploring the historic and charming old town with narrow winding streets and pretty squares with fountains. When dining out, try delicious Fassoum, a local speciality of fried courgette flowers.
Again, just a ten-minute drive away, is the charming town of Valbonne (6km) with its fine architecture, beautifully restored village houses covered in bougainvillea and a wealth of restaurants with tables spilling out into the narrow lanes or squares.
There is an array of wonderful markets (food and/or flea markets) in this region such as Grasse (Wednesday and Thursday), Valbonne (Tuesday, Thursday and Friday), Mouans Sartoux (6km, Tuesday and Thursday), Peymeinade (11km, Monday) and into the mountains in Saint-Vallier-de-Thiey (18km, Sunday).
Within 20 minutes you could be on a beach in Cannes (15km) or exploring the glorious beaches of French Riviera in Antibes (20km) or Juan-Les-Pins (19km). Children will love the waterpark at Aquasplash (18km) just north of Antibes whilst there is a host of activities across the region such as prestigious golf courses, horse-riding, beautiful walking and cycling trails across the countryside and mountains and of course numerous water sports and boat rides along the coast.
If you want to escape the summer crowds, take a ferry from Cannes across to the beautiful Iles de Lerons, two pretty islands where you can take a picnic and find a rocky cove backed by pine and eucalyptus trees.
Back to gastronomy, food lovers don’t miss the medieval hilltop village of Mougins (10km), famous for its restaurants and art galleries, hosting the Festival of Gastronomy every year. Whether you are looking for fine dining or authentic French cuisine, you will find a great choice of excellent restaurants in and around Mougins. This is where Pablo Picasso lived for the last decade of his life until 1973. The Mougins Museum of Classical Art is one of many art galleries and studios that are well visited by tourists in the area.