Over looking the countryside and offering a panoramic view down to the Mediterranean, this superb belle epoque house is ”history“. It was home for famous american painter Mary Cassatt early in the 20th Century who hosted her friends Degas and Renoir. Later in the 40th the villa was the residence of the famous composer and harpist Germaine Tailleferre close friend of Ravel and Cocteau. The mansion of approx. 275 m² offers large and elegant reception rooms and 5 bedrooms. Landscaped garden with pool house and swimming pool.
Cannes backcountry — Belle Epoque mansion
Total area: 273 m² Land area: 3,300 m² 5 bedrooms
- Built in 1830