Villa Kimia   Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, Monaco
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Villa Kimia is contemporary villa is only a short walk to Saint Jean Cap Ferrat village, offering an outstanding setting to entertain guests, families, or spend the holidays in a secluded privacy. This stunning 1400 sqm property built in the midst of lush nature in an exceptional panorama offering an exquisite view of the Mediterranean Sea. This gorgeous home is only a 5-minute walk from village and harbor, and is only a 30-min drive away from Nice airport.

The estate has 6 luxurious bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms including 4 suites opening onto private terraces, a spacious and modern living room, a state-of-the-art gym, a steam room, jacuzzi, a cinema room and a bar. Between the villa and the equally appointed guest house there is plenty of room for up to twelve guests to stay overnight in luxurious accommodation. All six bedrooms (four in the main house; two in the guest house) have lounge areas and gorgeous en-suites, as well as their own personal Bang & Olufsen entertainment systems. The house is comprised of a spacious lounge with a library, opening onto the terrace. The fabulous dining room has an open layout directly to the fully equipped kitchen and bar. The home also features air conditioning, wifi, and an elevator to provide guests with the utmost comfort during their experience.

The external areas and gardens are as varied as they are wonderful, with pagodas, terraces, eco swimming pool, tiled Jacuzzi tub and manicured lawns all with the breath-taking vista across the Mediterranean Sea.


  • Interior
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bar
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Cinema Room
  • Dining Room
  • Fireplace
  • Gym
  • Jacuzzi Indoor
  • Library
  • Private Elevator
  • Exterior
  • Garage
  • Loungers
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Patio
  • Pool Outdoor Infinity
  • Terrace
    • Location
    • Water View



St Jean-Cap-Ferrat is a seaside village in a beautiful location, on a peninsula jutting into the blue Mediterranean between Nice and Monaco. We find the real beauty to be the penninsula and the lovely sheltered bay. The area is heavily residential, with the very expensive homes mostly hidden behind high fences with ubiquitous signs about being protected by the local security company monopoly. The village itself is rather small, but there are a lot of nice terrace café-restaurants; most along the port. The port, like many along this part of the coast, was once a small fishing port that's evolved into a somewhat larger yacht harbor. The three beaches are probably the best attraction for the casual visitor: Paloma, Passable and Cro de Pei Pin.