Giens, Hyères, France
112 sqm – seafront design – living accommodation
SOLD : In an elevated position at the heart of the Giens peninsula, this property designed by an architect is the result of transformation of an old shoreline cabin.
It blends in perfectly between the sea and nature, in landscaped grounds of 955 sq.m a few minutes’ walk from the beaches. Its living space of 112 sq.m on two floors faces the Mediterranean.
The property’s remarkable architecture makes the most of the view and sunlight, sheltered from prying eyes and nestling amidst lush vegetation. Vast terraces offer the relaxation essential for wonderful quiet holidays amidst parasol pines and arbustus trees.
The residence opens to the exterior through large sliding windows, extending the living space outdoors onto wooden terraces. A small balneo lap pool with counter-current invites you to enjoy a moment of relaxation while contemplating the bay of L’Almanarre.
The main floor offers a living area of 75 sq.m with a fitted kitchen, lounge area with a wood stove, and a bright dining-room, a master suite with a bathroom, wet-room shower and walk-in closet. A roof-terrace adds the final touch to this floor, offering a panoramic 180° view.
The lower level is independent and comprised of two lovely bedrooms with a shower room. The property also benefits from a garage.
The interior decor of this little corner of paradise is highly appropriate and refined, combining smart items of modern design with other finds from flea-markets. The property could be sold furnished.
For fans of unique settings on the seafront…
(Agency fees of 4.00% including tax included in the sale price payable by the buyer)
Prix : 1 150 000 euros
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Photos : © Hervé Le Dû
This strip of land seems to be balanced on a tightrope between the Mediterranean and the mainland. Connected to the coast by its double Tombolo flanking a wetland area transformed into a salt marsh, which is a favourite port-of-call for migratory birds. Natural and well-preserved, its west side is bordered by the salt road leading to the beach of L’Almanarre, a famous spot for windsurfing.