4-bedroom villa for sale, Port Grimaud - Les Jardins d’Adelaïde

€725,337 4 Bedrooms

A stunning four-bedroom villa for sale in Port Grimaud has been released on the property market, 600m from the beach and a few minutes drive from the village centre.

Located near a private wooded park, this villa, built in a typical provencal architecture with modern finishes takes part in a larger property development in the Gulfe of Saint-Tropez, a pure jewel in this French region.

What about the property

This high-end villa of 132 square-meters spreads over two floors. With three terraces around the villa, on the ground floor as well as on the first floor, the boundaries between the interior and exterior spaces are completely porous, giving another dimension to the property.

The 44 square-meter living area enjoys an east & west-facing orientation, allowing the sun to directly penetrate inside throughout the day. A guest bathroom is also available. The upper floor hosts in total four bedrooms, among which two are ensuites with a bathtub or a shower. On top of having a direct access to a private terrace with views over the garden and the private swimming pool, the master bedroom includes an ensuite bathroom as well as a walk-in dressing room. A 20 square-meter garage is also included.

What’s the property investment potential?

To preserve the natural environment of this stunning region, lots of areas are protected, meaning that the number of new villas such as this don’t come along often. This situation is often reflected within the prices, that are reaching €20,000 per square meter. Highly competitive with a price around €5,600 per square meter, this villa in les Jardins d’Adélaïde represents a unique investment opportunity. The high rental yield could potentially go up to 6% and would allow future investors to take advantage of the property themselves a few weeks per year and recover a profit from easily renting it out the rest of the year due to high demand.

Why Port Grimaud?

In the heart of the Gulf of Saint Tropez, the seaside town of Port Grimaud is an architectural exploit dreamed up, conceived and realised by the architect François Spoerry. Port Grimaud is today listed as part of the Heritage of the 20th Century.Mediterranean, Port Grimaud is both a port and a true Provençal village. The village’s houses were designed in an authentically Provençal style. Never ceasing to grow, Port Grimaud now has a thousand colourful houses with red roof tiles, 2000 spots for boats, 7 kilometres of canals and 12 kilometres of quays with both private and public moorings. Very lively, the village of Port Grimaud has its own church, shops and businesses and myriad of restaurants.

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