Grasse, French Riviera, 06130 | Property for sale | Savills
Asking price €12,000,000

GrasseFrench Riviera, 06130


    Key features

    • Panoramic views
    • Guest house
    • Fitness and games room
    • Olive garden
    • Pool and terraces
    • Landscaped grounds of 4,000 m²
    • DPE / GES in progress
    • NIC220034

    Joint sole agent. Exceptional property on the hills above Grasse, offering spectacular panoramic views of the sea and surrounding hills. For sales via Savills Valbonne-Mougins.

    About this property

    • Formerly the home of renowned architect, Lord Norman Foster, exceptional property with annexes located on the hills above Grasse, offering spectacular panoramic far-reaching views of the sea and surrounding hills.
       
      The main house offers eight rooms, arranged over three levels, featuring an elegant, traditional Provençal decoration with subtle modern touches.
       
      The annexes include a guest house, a converted barn, an annexe dedicated to leisure and wellbeing with fitness and games areas, plus a two-storey garage.

      The immaculate landscaped grounds of almost four hectares feature a swimming pool, sunny terraces, a vegetable garden and various Mediterranean species including jasmine, vines and fruit trees.

      In addition, there is an outdoor dining area and a firepit, perfect for enjoying the year-round sunshine and long summer evenings.

      An olive grove of approximately 4,000 sq m completes this superb property.

      DPE : D (121) - GES : D (34)
      Annual energy charges (2022) : € 5550 - 7570

      Agency fees at the charge of the vendor.
      Fee table available online at savills.fr 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 Valbonne-Mougins
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      +33 (0)4 93 12 34 00

    Local information

    • Grasse, set in the hills to the north of Cannes, is known for its long-established perfume industry. This heritage is celebrated at the Musée International de la Parfumerie, and famous perfumeries Fragonard, Molinard and Galimard.
    • The town is considered the world's capital of perfume, has obtained two flowers in the Concours des villes et villages fleuris and was made "Ville d'Art et d'Histoire" (town of art and history).
    • Grasse is the setting in the final chapters of the novel Perfume by Patrick Süskind and also featured in the film based on this novel. Grasse is located of approximately 18km to Cannes, 97km to Saint Tropez, 37km from Nice International Airport and approximately 65km to Monaco.