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Bedrooms7
Bathrooms
Floor Space771.0m2
Land Area7,600.0m2

Luxury 7 bedroom Villa for sale in Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, Cote d'Azur French Riviera

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Stylish luxury villa, ideally situated for the Grand Hotel du Cap Ferrat, set within spacious landscaped grounds.

The elegant modern home includes spacious accommodation of 771m2 and an extensive range of facilities and features. Approached via a sweeping driveway and double doors, the main reception room is an impressive double height space overlooking the gardens. The main level of the villa features an open plan reception, kitchen and dining room with dining terrace and garden access, plus study and principal bedroom suite.
Two further bedroom suites with private terraces are set on the first floor while the garden level features two additional en suite bedrooms.
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Stylish luxury villa, ideally situated for the Grand Hotel du Cap Ferrat, set within spacious landscaped grounds.

The elegant modern home includes spacious accommodation of 771m2 and an extensive range of facilities and features. Approached via a sweeping driveway and double doors, the main reception room is an impressive double height space overlooking the gardens. The main level of the villa features an open plan reception, kitchen and dining room with dining terrace and garden access, plus study and principal bedroom suite.
Two further bedroom suites with private terraces are set on the first floor while the garden level features two additional en suite bedrooms.
A wellness and entertainment zone plus wine cellar, gym, massage room and Hammam completes the spacious accommodation. An independent property provides further accommodation for guests or staff. Landscaped grounds of over 7,600m2 designed by Jean Mus featuring an infinity pool, plus car lift, parking and a garage complete this exceptional modern home.

Swimming Pool
Sauna
Fitness
Video CCTV Security
Electric Gate
Caretaker House
Outdoor Lighting
Internet
Fireplace
Double Glazing
Air Conditioning
Fireplace
Gym
Sauna
Private Pool
Garage
Study
Hammam
Home Cinema
Exercise Room.
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