Villa Eugenia   Antibes, Cannes, France
6
Beds
6.0
Baths
Villa
Type
 
Upon Request

Description

Villa Eugenia in Cap d' Antibes with a large garden and direct views of the sea, recently built, very modern furnishings and advanced technological equipment. Less than a minute walk from the beach, 5 minutes from the private beach Fishermen, from the Hotel du Cap, from Juan Les Pins and Antibes. Refined interior modern Asian style, enhanced by a subtle blend of new and old. All facilities and equipment are of the highest standard. Ground floor has 4 double guest rooms with en suite rooms, TV, Ipod station, safe. There is a billiard room, children 's playroom with table football, hockey, Juke Box, sofas, toilets, spa with sauna, steam room and gym. First floor: large double reception room, separate dining room part by a beautiful contemporary fireplace, all opening onto a large terrace with panoramic views of gardens and the sea. The left wing of the terrace has 2 Jacuzzi, Master suite includes a bedroom with living room overlooking the terrace, large bathroom en suite, dressing room and safe. Includes a cinema. Fully equipped kitchen, opening onto the terrace Balinese style at the rear of the villa , decorated with a herb garden and vegetable garden. Schedule close to the tennis court. Small house for entertaining friends, which is composed of a living room with fitted kitchen, double bedroom with bathroom en suite kitchenette.


Features

  • Interior
  • Air Conditioning
  • Dining and Livingroom
  • Microwave
  • Nice Furniture
  • Refridgerator Full Size
  • Stereo
  • Stove/Oven
  • TV
  • Wi-Fi
  • Exterior
  • Deck or Balcony
  • Jacuzzi Outdoor
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Patio
  • Patio Furniture
  • Sauna
  • Building
  • Fitness Center
  • Location
  • Ocean View
  • 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.