Cannes Villa Mouans-Sartoux

€1.295M5 bedrooms

On walking distance of the centre of Mouans-Sartoux, 30 minutes away from Cannes and 20 minutes from Grasse, the beautiful architectural villa of about 315 square meters is located in a quiet area and is totally renovated in a contemporary style.

It consists of a bright entrance hall, a double living room with a fire place, partial with high ceiling, a dining room, a fully fitted kitchen alongside with a pantry room and a laundry room. An office space is set on a mezzanine. The master bedroom opens out to the terrace and garden and features its own dressing and an en-suite bathroom. Two additional bedrooms, also equipped with air-conditioning, share a common bathroom.

An independent apartment at the back of the villa consists of a living-dining room, a fully fitted kitchen, two bedrooms and a shared bathroom.

An extra space can be used as an office and consists of two air – conditioned rooms.

The charming flat gardens of about 3 000 square meters feature a garage, shelter for 4 cars and parking facilities. There is a large covered terrace near the kitchen and a beautiful south-facing terrace with Jacuzzi and gazebo. The pool area has a heated pool with a pool enclosure.

About Mouans Sartoux

Mouans-Sartoux is a modernised medieval village located between Grasse and Cannes. The old town (la veille ville) is layed out in the Lerins style of symmetrical rectangles. This active little town merge smoothly with the dynamic activities of the modern part of the town. The annual events such as the book fair, the pottery market or the winter santons exhibitions have made this city well-known.

About Cannes

About Cannes

On the south-east coast of France, about 20km away from the town of Nice, lies Cannes. The town has come a long way from its fishing village origins, known today as the capital of cinema, a festival haven and home to the wealthy. Cannes has more to offer than simply film and wealth though – the heritage of the city and its evolution makes for an interesting and unique identity.The streets and walls are marked by the pillages of Barbarians, Saracens, Sardinians and even the British. The architecture has seen many changes and the [...]

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