Port Grimaud - Cote d Azur - South of France
Discover this luxury five-bedroom villa for sale in Port Grimaud, a charming village located in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, a pure jewel nestled between mountains and sea.
Set by a private wooded park above Grimaud’s harbour, this modern villa designed in traditional architecture is part of a new-build property development close to the beach.
Very few new build properties are possible every year because of the myriad of protected natural areas, meaning that new villas such as this are very rare. Prices are often proportional to this high demand and some luxurious properties are priced at more than €20,000 per square meter.
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 6% 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.
Located between the sea and mountains, Port Grimaud is part of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, a highly sought-after destination thanks to its breath-taking environment, exceptional weather and heritage as well as an unbeatable quality of life.
This luxury villa of 174 square-meters spreads over two floors. The ground floor hosts a spacious living area of 55 square-meters as well as a fully equipped open-plan kitchen, opening onto a 39 square-meter terrace set behind large bay windows, allowing the sun to fully penetrate inside the villa.
A master bedroom, also on the ground floor, enjoys direct access to the same terrace and garden where the swimming pool lays a few meters away. The first floor hosts three ensuite bedrooms. One bathroom is shared between two bedrooms, but still being directly accessible from both. Separate toilets are also available on both floors.
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...