925 000 €*
- 1 009 823 $
- 814 185 £
- Other currencies
Ideal for liberal professions: chartered accountants, architects, legal or medical professions, insurance firms, etc.
This majestic 1934 stone house was built by renowned architect Aimé Berger - who has his avenue in Golfe-Juan. Its atypical architecture, its woodwork, its high ceilings and period tiles, give it an elegance and a particular attraction, unusual on the Côte d'Azur.
Located 150 meters from the seaside, in a private, quiet alley, it consists of two independent apartments of 112m² each.
The ground floor includes a living room, 3 bedrooms, a kitchen, a shower room with toilets plus separate toilets, as well as a 20 m² garage communicating with the apartment and which can be converted.
On the first floor, via an outside staircase, a 38 m² double living-dining room with wood paneling and fireplace; high arched French windows opening onto an uncovered south-facing terrace with sea view, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with toilets, guest toilets, and a kitchen. Convertible attic - Parking spaces - Elevator possible.
This residence is located in the town center of Golfe-Juan - seaside resort near Cannes and Antibes.
Exceptional house - plan renovations.
- Exposition : southeast
- Couverture : Tuiles