English (selected)
Vous êtes actuellement
basculés vers le français

Cette page n'est pas disponible dans la langue de votre choix.

Vous êtes actuellement
basculés vers le français

Cette page n'est pas disponible dans la langue de votre choix.

Lovely 1 bedroom apartment in a peaceful estate

€460,000 (approx. £420,000)
Property reference: STB1017
€460,000 (approx. £420,000)
View Photos (8)
  • Description
  • Amenities
  • Location
Back To Property
  • Bedroom
  • Bathroom
Full Description
Living Area:  44 sq m

Charming Provencal 1 bedromm apartment, located in the heart of a private and discreet estate, close to the Pampelonne beaches (possibility with walking access) and not far from the village of Saint-Tropez.

A peaceful and intimate atmosphere emanates from this place, rich in history.

The apartment offers a living room with high ceilings, a fitted open plan kitchen, all benefiting from an open view over a magnificent pine trees forest.
A mezzanine offers a bedroom with an access onto a private terrace shaded by a pergola.
A bathroom with toilet.
Storage cupboards.
A patio with approx. 11 sq m offers an additional room, ideal for entertaining friends, with a summer kitchen and a dining area for lunch and dinners outside, all shaded by a wrought iron pergola and a shade sail.
A parking place.

Calm and preserved neighbourhood.
Ideal "pied-à-terre" to discover and awaiting your visit !

This apartment is located in a private residence which was formerly an annex of the magnificent Chateau Saint-Amé, characterized by a large park, and standing out from the Pampelonne beach. It is part with its annexes and its park of the historical and cultural heritage of the town.It was built in 1917 by Mr. Delarue, who had enriched himself by making small blocks of ice for the colonies to put in drinks for the refresh. Mr DeLarue installed in the park, which covers approx. 6 hectares, pergolas, rose gardens, greenhouses where he devoted himself to his passion for botany, factories designed in a rocky style and water features. In 1938 Saint-Amé was bought by a wealthy Lebanese family. Passionate about animals, they multiplied aviaries and hard cages. After their deaths the castle was sold to a promoter from Grenoble who hoped to find a patron to save this endangered masterpiece, because if the exterior has retained enough allure to encourage David Hamilton to come and film Billitis there, the interior not what it used to be ...
The private estate of the flat is very well maintained all a year !

extras and downloads
extras and downloads
Back to top