Villa Ariadne overlooking the most beautiful bay on the French Riviera. Entirely renovated in its original style, the villa is available not only for rent by the season but for high-level ceremonies & presentation of products. As early as the 19th Century,this stunning estate was the esteemed residence of aristocratic families whom, overlooking the bay of Villefranche, discovered the good life in a pleasant, mild climate throughout the entire year.
The estate's sumptuous wrought-iron gate opens the way and onto an alley leading through the park to the circular entrance. Access to the property's main courtyard is through a monumental marble staircase rising to the porch with Doric columns leading to the main entrance hall.here are 5 salons: sitting-room, lounge, TV room, 2 game-rooms, as well as study and library. It has a professional kitchen of 100 sqm with 2 cold-rooms, plus a service kitchen on the dining room level. Also, there is a fully equipped sports room, heated indoor swimming pool with a jet stream, and a Turkish steam bath. A master elevator takes you to the suites and vast rooms, all with period fireplaces which were designed to be a genuine invitation to a journey into the night.
In a dominant position over the sea, the vast 15,000m2 park is entirely planted with fine trees, including centuries-old olive and palm trees, Aleppo pines and cedars of Lebanon. The large garden, giving onto Villefranche Bay, enchants whoever sets foot in it, making the property one of the most exclusive villas on the French Riviera.
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