Port Grimaud - Cote d Azur - South of France
3 - 4
€385,830 - €975,337
Located in a private wooded park above Grimaud’s harbour, these properties for sale in the South of France enjoy one of the most beautiful spots on the French Riviera.
A few minutes’ drive from the town centre and the famous Grimaud harbour, these properties are located less than 300m from the beach. The famous villages of Saint-Tropez and Sainte-Maxime are around a 15-minute drive. Between the sea and mountains, the Gulf of Saint-Tropez is a world-renowned destination thanks to the breath-taking landscape, climate, the exceptional heritage and its quality of life.
The properties, ranging from two to three-bedroom apartments and four to six-bedroom villas, all benefit from quality finishes and great privacy. In the heart of an exceptional environment, these high-end apartments and villas vary from 68 to 181 sqm and all have a garage or parking space. Ground floor apartments and villas will each have a private garden, while villas will also include a private swimming pool, and apartments on the upper floors will have terraces.
These charming villas with a contemporary and Provençal spirit have been designed to offer owners a calm and serene atmosphere, plus the south-facing exposures guarantee sunshine throughout the year, to enjoy the high quality of life that the south of France has to offer. The environment-friendly design allows you to make significant energy savings.
The numerous protected natural areas offer very few new build possibilities each year meaning that new properties such as those of the Jardins d’Adelaïde are very rare. Prices are often proportional to this high demand and some high-end properties are priced at more than €20,000 per sqm.
Given its location and its very competitive price around €5,600 per sqm, the Jardins d’Adelaïde development is a unique investment opportunity. The high rental yield could potentially grow up to 5.8% and would allow future investors to take advantage of the property themselves a few weeks a year and recover a profit from easily renting it out the rest of the year due to high demand.
The Côte d’Azur, which has no strict borders, is said to range from the Italian border all the way to the town of Toulon or Cassis in the west. The area has hosted some of the world’s most iconic figures throughout its day, from Queen Victoria to Matisse and Picasso. Opinions on the Côte d’Azur are quite varied: some still consider it a fantasti...