On the shore of the French Riviera stands the large and proud Villa Rocabella. This magnificent Belle Époque mansion, surrounded by about three-hectares (6 acres) of park with its private beach, was built at the turn of the 20th century. Typical of the Napoleon III style, it is one of the mansions designed by the famous architect H.G.Tersling of Monte-Carlo, the favourite architect of Empress Eugénie.
Villa Rocabella overlooks the sea and offers gorgeous views of the Riviera. The finely composed garden exudes Victorian luxuriance and greatness with its majestic palms, scented pines, and many flower beds. The elegant combination between the mansion, the garden and the dazzling scenery contributes to an incredible sense of peace and luxury.
A beautiful path winding through the gardens leads to a private beach where a rocky cave provides comfortable shelter. The very peacefulness of this shore is all that is needed to enjoy the pleasures of the sea.
The excellent location of the Villa Rocabella; off the highways and entirely fenced, not only makes it an outstanding place where lavish receptions can indeed be held, but where quietness and privacy can also be totally preserved.
For more info, contact Arnaud Fontaneau
Compagnie Immobiliere Du Patrimoine
27, Avenue De L’Opera 75001 Paris
Tel: +33 612 04 01 74
This article was first published in Palace.