314 m2 living area without partition + 100 m2 of terrace



  • A living area of 120 m2, high ceilings.
  • 1 dining area
  • 1 fully equipped kitchen
  • 4 bedrooms
  •  4 bathrooms
  • An office area on the mezzanine
  • 1 garage, 3 parking places



  • Air-conditioning
  • Heating
  • Underfloor heating
  • Alarm system
  • Wi-Fi
  • Internet
  • Double glazing
  • Outdoor Lighting
  • Disabled access
  • Videophone


Ground floor

Direct entry into the beautiful living room loft of approx. 120m2 without partition, crossing east-west, 5-meter ceilings, great light through tall windows and doors to the glass ceiling. 

The centrepiece of the house is manégée into several living spaces without partitions: living room sofa, gas fireplace, dining room for 12 people, modern fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar and central level equipped with Siemens appliances (American Fridge, oven, hood, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher). 

Access to the patio terrace with dining table for 10 people and lounge. 



  • Large double room, 2 beds 140X 190, 1 shower, double sinks, 1 toilet.
  • Large double room, 2 beds 140X 190, 1 shower, double sinks, 1 separate toilet, closet. 
  • Beautiful master bedroom, patio view, 2 beds 140 X190, 1 bathroom, shower, double sinks and independent toilets, cupboards. 



  • Study area 
  • 2 beds 90 X190, 1 small bathroom with shower, toilet. 


Nestled in an enchanting corner of the Golfe de la Napoule Bay, Cannes is blessed with a balmy Mediterranean climate. The weather is mild year-round and perfect for sunbathing by the beach from May through October. Leafy palm trees grace the streets of Cannes, and subtropical flowers flourish throughout the city, giving visitors the impression of being in paradise.

The prestigious Film Festival of Cannes has been an important event since it began in 1946. Drawing famous movie stars from around the world, this annual red-carpet gala has earned an international reputation for promoting the art of filmmaking.

The Boulevard de la Croisette, one of the most fashionable streets on the French Riviera, is the centre of tourist activity in Cannes. It is lined with opulent villas, upscale boutiques and lavish Belle Epoque hotels, such as the legendary Carlton Cannes, a masterpiece of Art Nouveau architecture designed by Charles Dalmas, the Hotel Martinez, and the Majestic.

The boulevard extends from the Palais des Festivals to the lovely La Roseraie (Rose Garden) at the Square du 8 Mai 1945. Along this two-kilomètre stretch, the beachfront promenade is a great place for strolling, people-watching, and admiring the magnificent sea views. One thing to keep in mind: Many beaches along this stretch are private.

Beyond La Roseraie Park is the idyllic Port Pierre Canto, with its rows of luxury yachts docked at the harbour. Also within walking distance is another Harbour, the Port de la Pointe Croisette, the departure point for regattas organized by the Yacht Club of Cannes.

Another spot for water sports enthusiasts and sunbathers is the nearby Port Palm Beach. This quiet public beach on the western side of Pointe Croisette has a snack bar and restroom facilities.

Perched on the slopes of Mont Chevalier above the bay, the Old Town (Le Suquet) represents the original fishing village. In a picturesque hillside setting, this area offers exceptional views, as well as old-world charm. This traffic-free quarter features narrow cobblestone alleyways, pedestrian staircases, and interesting historic remnants such as the city’s ancient walls.

Cannes Loft

Exceptional Loft – Town House, renovated in 2014, based only at a few minutes’ walking distance from the Rue d’Antibes & La Croisette.