Seaside mansion in Tamaris

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Offer Description

This mansion was built just a short walk from the coast in 1882 by Michel Pacha, the Count of Pierredon who was rewarded a noble title by the Ottoman Empire. He was the driving force behind Tamaris, an ancient seaside resort dating back to the Belle Epoque and located near to Toulon. In its day, it was frequented by Empress Eugénie and later Georges Sand in his pomp. Looking out to sea, this 540 sqm mansion was renovated recently and is in perfect condition. The property also features 3,500 sqm of landscaped garden with a swimming pool. All local amenities are within easy reach, and Toulon is 15 minutes away via a shuttle boat. The property comprises a main house with handsome reception rooms and, upstairs, 7 bedrooms and a study. One of the wings could be used as independent guest quarters with 4 rooms, a bathroom and reception rooms. There is also an additional independent 67 sqm apartment.

Price :
  • Reference : MRS-6065-CF
  • Area : 540 M2
  • EPD : NCO

This property is presented to you by:

Christophe Falbo

Tél: 0033 442.545.227

1 rue du 4 Septembre - 13100 - Aix en Provence

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