Still casting its spell, the market for superb historic residences continues to draw discerning fans. Known for its Old Town, its 16th-C. ramparts, the Fort Carré, yacht harbour, and the seaside neighbourhood of Juan-les-Pins, Antibes boasts a magnificent cape, a peninsula with lush vegetation surveying the Mediterranean and playing host to some of the Côte d’Azur’s most luxurious villas.
This 1930’s residence offers living space of 667 m2 on three floors in a landscaped park of 8,300 m2. Its interior decor proposes an array of noble materials and techniques : marble, stained-glass windows, moulded ceilings and gilding. The master suite offers an unimpeded view of the Deep Blue Sea, the bay of Juan-les-Pins, the Lérins Islands and Estérel hills. 29 M €. John Taylor (04 97 06 65 65).
Benefiting from grounds of 2,200 m2 and a private beach, this seafront property offers total living space of 1,072 m2 featuring a reception area of 200 m2 and seven suites of at least 40 m2 each. Its amenities include a movie lounge, a spa, wine cellar, tasting room, and an apartment for house staff. 28,3 M €. Carlton International (04 93 95 11 11).