260 m2 – design by Sauzet – Cabris
At the heart of the Alpes-Maritimes, in a commanding position on the commune of Cabris, this villa was built in 2009 by the well-known architect SAUZET. Perched amidst the treetops, it stands in terraced and landscaped grounds of approx. 2,700 sq.m (29,062 sq.ft) comprised of pines and olive-trees and benefiting from an infinity pool. The house reflects the architect’s codes, with continuity between indoors and out, offering nature as its backcloth. This architecture is the result of a delightful blend of various influences: Japanese, vernacular, and architectural philosophy. Facing south-east, the property benefits from numerous terraces overlooking rich vegetation, with the Lérins Islands as its focal point.
This remarkable architecture providing living space of approx. 260 sq.m (2,798 sq.ft) is comprised of a vast living area consisting of a lounge with hearth, a dining-room, a fitted open kitchen, a study/library on the mezzanine, utility room, laundry room, 3 bedrooms including a master suite with walk-in closet and bath/shower room, a shower room, and an annex for guests offering a sitting-room, bedroom and shower room.
A workshop, cellar, parking area and a bowling terrain complete the property’s amenities.
A house with Japanese-style architecture for nature-lovers and fans of peacefulness…
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Photos : © Hervé Le Dû
«Considérer l’habitation dans son rapport avec la nature» Maurice Sauzet