Villa for sale cannes


7 800 000

Property discription

The villa features:  Ground Floor: A main entrance, a 113 square meter living room, a 35 square meter dining room, a kitchen, a laundry room, a bathroom, and three bedrooms each with its own private bathroom.  Upper Floor: Three bedrooms each with a private bathroom, a mezzanine, and an office.  Ground Floor: Two bedrooms, a 50 square meter spa with a Jacuzzi, a TV/Fitness lounge, a technical room, a storage room, and a boiler room. Additionally, there is a pool house that is equipped with a kitchen, a shower, and a bathroom, as well as a veranda lounge. The property also includes a 53 square meter garage and a 40 square meter carport.


As the 21st century dawned, Cannes underwent a transformation from its humble origins in the 1830s as a small fishing town. Over the course of a mere century, it evolved into an upscale and sophisticated city that has garnered global recognition. Today, Cannes caters to an international clientele, providing them with everything they could ever want or need.


The Art of Hospitality is a cherished tradition in Cannes. There are many must-visit destinations in Cannes, including:  

  • The upper town 
  • The old port 
  • Rue Meynadier 
  • The Palais des Festivals 
  • La Croisette


The Upper Town is reached by climbing the slopes of Mont Chevalier, leading to Le Suquet. From this height of 60 meters, a breathtaking panorama awaits, with the entire city and its surroundings, including the bay of Cannes and the Lérins islands, visible in the distance. Meandering through the narrow, shaded streets of the upper town, visitors can make their way down to the bustling Forville market with its rich, Provençal aromas, and the leafy alleys of Liberty that line the sea.


The Old Port

Take a stroll along Quai St Pierre and admire the boats of the old port, including both fishing and leisure boats, each with their own unique colors. Observe the busy fishermen tending to their nets and the Albert Edouard jetty where some of the world’s most luxurious yachts will dock. At the bottom of the harbor, you can see the islands of Ste Marguerite and Ste Honorat, which can be reached by boat in just 20 minutes from the ferry terminal.


Meynadier Street

Brimming with activity from morning to night, Meynadier Street is a shopper’s delight, with a wide variety of shops to choose from.


The Festival Palace

The Festival Palace has helped establish Cannes as the second largest congress city in France, following Paris. It attracts people from all over the world for congresses, conventions, international film festivals, MIDEM, and major concerts in classical music, dance, and theater. The Palace also houses one of the four casinos in Cannes.


The Croisette

One of the most famous promenades in the world, the Croisette follows the curve of the bay and boasts 3 kilometers of flower gardens, lawns dotted with palm trees, umbrella pines, and various trees up to Port Canto, Palm Beach, and a thalassotherapy center. After taking a leisurely stroll along the Croisette, return to the center of town via the world-renowned Rue d’Antibes.

Property size
Land Size
Bath rooms
Century Built
Very Good
Nearest AirPort
Distance Motor way
Nearest town
5 km

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Regional Information

This property, located just 15 minutes away from the beach, offers an exceptional and breathtaking view of the sea and the bay of Cannes. Cannes is a renowned coastal town located on the Côte d’Azur and is best known for its international film festival. The famous La Croisette boulevard runs along the coastline and is filled with luxury boutiques, magnificent beaches and elegant palaces. The boulevard is also home to the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, which is a modern building with its iconic red carpet and the Allée des Stars, a “walk of fame” in Cannes. The property encompasses a spacious villa of approximately 820 square meters and a caretaker’s house of 80 square meters, situated on a sprawling plot of over one hectare that includes a swimming pool and tennis court.