CANNES, Alpes-Maritimes, Provence-Côte d'Azur
This majestic residence built in 1926 for Senator Lazare Weiller is the work of Parisian architects Jacques Lambert, Pierre Bailly and Gustave Saacke.
Erected on a 16,561 m2 plot of land in the heart of Californie's ultra-residential district, the neo-provencal-style villa comprises three main buildings, an off-center round tower and covered porticoes bordering each wing.
The sublime Italian-style garden, designed by landscape architect Marcel Russmann, has retained its original appearance with its Florentine parterre and octagonal pond.
A swimming pool that can be heated with a wide paved beach (15 m x 6 m) and a tennis court complete this authentic property where everything is luxury and refinement.
Superb view on the bay of Cannes from the terrace on the 1st floor but also beautiful sea views from the Florentine garden.
The property, meticulously maintained, offers 884 m2 of absolute comfort meeting the highest current requirements. Fully air-conditioned, it is composed as follows:
Entrance hall, glass dome - Guest toilet with wash basin - Impressive living room in rotunda, piano corner, access to the garden - Television lounge - Library, bar area - Bedroom, with view to the garden, en suite bathroom - Dining room with fireplace - Boudoir opening on the terrace and summer dining room - Large fully equipped kitchen with dining area and pantry, independent entrance
On the 1st floor : - Office - Apartment of Masters including a living room opening on a beautiful terrace enjoying superb views on the whole park and the bay of Cannes. - Two bedrooms, each with its own dressing room and bathroom. - Bedroom, bathroom giving onto a small balcony.
On the 2nd floor : - Bedroom and bathroom.
Guest house including 2 bedrooms with bathroom, very nice living room opening on the pool thanks to large windows, and a kitchenette corner.
3 independent studios for the staff and one 3 room apartment for the janitor.
Magnificent extensive Riviera property awaits, to find out more contact us today.