Villa Bernadine   Antibes, Cannes
5
Bedrooms
5.0
Bathrooms
8
Sleeps
 
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Description

Villa Bernadine in Cap d' Antibes, a recently renovated and upscale luxurious residence of 420 m², with a sea view and sophisticated equipment, 15m heated pool and spa airjet. Separate pedestrian access to the sea and a few steps from the sandy beaches of Juan Les Pins. A 20-minute drive from Cannes and Nice Airport is about 40 min. The property and the land is a subject to an award-winning international designers restoration. On entering the property, large open spaces can not fail to impress. The award-winning interior designers have captured the atmosphere both grandeur and intimate that surpasses anything you see on the Cap d' Antibes. Property includes drawing room, TV room, office, dining room, guest toilet, kitchen, laundry room, 4 bedrooms including the 100m ², master bedroom with a dressing room and a luxurious bathroom, summer kitchen and BBQ, cloakroom / shower / bathroom and a double garage with 4 parking for 4 cars and more. Separate pedestrian entrance from the street, the magnificent 15m heated pool includes a spa fountain and air jet. The kitchen, by designer Nicholas Anthony Knightsbridge from London, and the latest furniture creations Poggenpohl with drawers and an electrically operated remote control panels, games, color, light. The wide range of application includes Gaggenau : 2 ovens, steam oven, microwave, induction hob, double fridge / freezer with icemaker, to name a few . The dining room is centered around a custom table which can be lowered, transforming it into a coffee table for everyday use.


Features

  • Interior
  • Air Conditioning
  • Dining and Livingroom
  • Microwave
  • Refridgerator Full Size
  • Stove/Oven
  • TV
  • Exterior
  • Garage
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Parking
  • Pool Heated
  • Building
  • Location
  • Suitability

Antibes

For the most part extravagantly idyllic, this fabled 4-mile-long peninsula has been carved up into luxurious estates perched high above the water and shaded by thick, tall pines. Since the 19th century its wild greenery and isolation have drawn a glittering assortment of aristocrats, artists, literati, and the merely fabulously wealthy. Among those claiming the prestigious Cap d'Antibes address over the years are: Guy de Maupassant, Anatole France, Claude Monet, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, the Greek shipping tycoon Stavros Niarchos, and the cream of the Lost Generation, including Ernest Hemingway, Dorothy Parker, Gertrude Stein, and F. Scott Fitzgerald.