Savills | La Turbie, French Riviera, 06320 | Property for sale
2,561.81 sq ft(238 sq m)
Asking price €3,500,000

La TurbieFrench Riviera, 06320

    Key features

    • Belle Epoque style Villa
    • Main house of 238 sq m (5 bedrooms)
    • Guest houseof 92 sq m (3 bedrooms)
    • Charming grounds of 1,900 sq m
    • Panormic sea view
    • DPE D (200) GES E (46)
    • REF: JCP210001

    Beautiful Belle Epoque style villa with guest house, ideally placed for the village of La Turbie, set in spacious grounds with panoramic sea views. For sale via Savills Cap Ferrat.

    About this property

    • Beautiful Belle Epoque style villa with guest house, set within grounds of 1,900 sq m featuring panoramic sea views, ideally placed for the village of La Turbie.

      The property includes a main house of approximately 238 sq m featuring five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a charming reception room, dining room, kitchen, office and laundry room.

      The three bedroom guest house is arranged over two levels and comprises a reception room, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms, a shower room and full bathroom.

      A building permit is currently pending to create a potential extension to the property with the addition of a swimming pool and covered parking.

      Annual energy charges (2010): €3127

      Agency fees at the charge of the vendor. Fee table available online at and on request.

      Please note, the map does not show the exact location of the property and all measurements are approximate, this data is provided for guidance purposes only.

      Savills St. Jean Cap Ferrat
      +33 (0)4 93 76 80 80

    Local information

    • Located at 450m altitudes, overlooking the Principality of Monaco, La Turbie is located at the highest point of Via Julia Augusta and boasts breathtaking views.
    • Even higher, the Tête de Chien offers a spectacular vista from the bay of Ventimiglia and Bordighera in Italy to the Esterel via Cap Ferrat, Nice, Antibes, and even Corsica on a clear day.
    • The commune was formerly under the domination of the Republic of Genoa in the Middle Ages, before becoming part of the Principality of Monaco. La Turbie now attached to France and has been a popular tourist destination since the 19th century "Belle Epoque era, having hosted many famous visitors.
    • Partially built with stones recovered from the ruins of the Trophée d'Auguste, La Turbie has carefully preserved the charm of its glorious past, and features an elegant mix of classical, medieval and baroque styles.
    • With the exception of the quaint and peaceful old quarter, La Turbie is a lively French village with several shops in the modern centre and a number of hotels, one of which has a starred restaurant.
    • Located on the Moyen Corniche, it frequently welcomes motorists and cyclists for a well-deserved stopover.