The Moorish-style villa built in 1910 can easily be considered one of the most peculiar, rich and vibrant examples of the islamic design in the Principality. Both the architecture and the unique and distinctive materials empower it with a one-in-a-million distinctive badge.
The villa is comprised of:
Ground floor- entrance, library and art gallery, two offices, one bedroom, two kitchens, one bathroom, a winter garden and technical room.
1st floor — living room, ceremony hall, boudoir, main terrace, secret garden, bathrooms, technical rooms;
2nd floor — main bedroom, two offices, main bathroom, cupboard, corridor with stairs access, terrace;
3rd floor — three bedrooms, two bathrooms, corridor with stairs access;
4th floor — terrace (110 m²), dome (16 m²) and technical rooms.
The bright colors of the Iranian mosaics define the Villa’s facade: pink and golden colors of the facade entwines with the blue and golden colors of the mosaics and decorations. The design is clearly inspired by the Ispahan city’s decorations, third biggest city in Iran. Looking onto the Villa from the outside is just as if reading the Arabian Nights. The blue minarets stand out against the sky, the golden decorations enlighten the façade with additional light, defining volumes, lines and additional details. Under the balcony covering the main entrance you can read: “Peace brings prosperity”. The Price strongly believed in that motto. On the sides of the façade, there are two fierce lions–one accompanied by French writings and the other by Persian ones. The sun depicted under the lionis in fact a symbol of the Imperial Persia.
- Located in a residential district, quiet and close to the city center
- Unique Architecture style, built by an important diplomat of the time
- Incredible panoramic view
- Materials and finishing of extreme value
- In a good condition (elevator needed)
Location and nearby infrastructure
Hosting the Villa is the Jardin Exotique district, considered one the most panoramic area soft he entire Monaco Principality. The villa holds a privileged spot, facing a breathtaking view. The terrace on the top floor provides the overview of a unique landscape, continuing towards the deepest blue of the Mediterranean Sea and the sails of they yachts in Port Hercule. The Botanic Garden and Princess Grace Hospital are also closeby.