Villa Summer House
Maximum Occupancy: 10 guests
- Living space: 350 sq. metres
- Land: 1500 sq. metres
- Bedrooms: 5
- Bathrooms: 5 en-suite
- Swimming Pool
- Pool House
- Private Parking (6 cars)
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Living Room
- Dining Room
- Wi Fi
Villa Summer House
Located in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, 5 kilometers from Menton and the Principality of Monaco,Villa Summer House has a private pool & a pool house, it is very sunny, without vis-à-vis, surrounded by a neat garden, enjoys a stunning sea view (south facing) has a private parking suitable for 6 cars and a terrace with barbecue.
Summer House is a fully furnished and functional villa on two levels. The interior has a cosy and friendly atmosphere.
Here is an overview of the interior:
Living space: 350 m2 on an area of land of: 1500 m2.
5 bedrooms, 1 kitchen, 1 living room, 1 dining room, 5 bathrooms, 6 toilets, 1 laundry, private parking for 6 cars, 1 fireplace, 1 terrace with 1 barbecue.
5 Flat Screen TVs, 1 DVD Player, 1 Dishwasher, 1 Washing Machine, 1 Dryer, 4 Hot Plates, 2 Oven, 1 Microwave, 1 American Refrigerator, 3 Coffee Makers, Toasters, Mixers, Kettles, iron & ironing board, vacuum cleaners, baby bath, baby cot, heaters, hi-fi, fans, sun loungers, chairs & outdoor tables.
5 rooms of which 3 rooms with 3 double beds (2 places), 2 rooms with 2 single beds + a bed for a baby.
Linen, sheets & blankets, cushions, towels and pool towels are provided.
Villa Summer House, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin
Roquebrune-Cap-Martin is a commune in the Alpes-Maritimes department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region, Southeastern France, between Monaco and Menton.
The commune (originally known as Roccabruna) was founded in 971 by Conrad I, Count of Ventimiglia, in order to protect his western border.
In 1355, Roccabruna fell under the control of the Grimaldi family of Monaco for five centuries, during which time the castle was strengthened.
In 1793, Roquebrune became French for the first time, changing the name from the original Roccabruna, but it was returned to Monaco in 1814. In 1804 Napoleon built a road along the coastline. This road connected the village to the rest of the Côte d’Azur, and eventually led to its merger with the smaller town of Cap-Martin.
The area became fashionable in the 1920s and 1930s leading to the construction of several notable buildings including Coco Chanel‘s La Pausa on Cap Martin, and Eileen Gray and Jean Badovici‘s E-1027.
The Irish poet and Nobel Laureate William Butler Yeats died in the Hôtel Idéal Séjour in the neighboring town of Menton on January 28, 1939. In a letter to his wife, Yeats expressed his wish to be buried in a cemetery in Roquebrune for one year and then to be exhumed and reburied in Drumcliff, County Sligo, Ireland.
The literary couple Romain Gary and Lesley Blanch lived in Roquebrune from 1950 to 1957. Le Corbusier built a cabanon, a minimalist architectural design. He drowned in the sea there on August 27, 1965 and was buried in the local cemetery.
Today Roquebrune-Cap-Martin has several villages and towns: St. Roman, practically a suburb of Monaco (but not part of Monaco proper, as it does not lie within the borders of Monaco), the residential areas of Cabbé, Bon Voyage and Serret, Roquebrune with its perched village and château, the posh Cap Martin peninsula and the modern seaside resort of Carnolès, with its long pebble beach bordering Menton.
Despite its name, the Monte Carlo Country Club is located in the commune and not in Monte Carlo, Monaco. It is the venue for the tennis Monte-Carlo Masters.
The whole area has a major tourism industry, particularly during the high season from April to October.
Summer House, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin
Contemporary villa, on the Côte d’Azur, surrounded by a full south facing sunny garden, with pool and pool house, enjoying a magnificent sea view.