For Sale: Belle Epoque Mansion in the South of France
This "Belle Epoque" mansion, surrounded by a 3-hectare park sets among the most important aristocratic mansions built on the French Riviera (Côte d'Azur) at the end of 19th century. Close to the city of Hyeres, a famous seaside resort very highly rated by the Englis Aristocracy and by queen Victoria who stayed there several times, this Belle Epoque jewel was erected in 1899 for the fancy of an ironmaster by the Danish Empress Eugenie's architect Hans Georg Tersling.
The villa has a living area of over 1900 sq. m with independent structures, and a beach with jetty. It mainly features 9 ensuite bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and a magnificent reception room.
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