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Luxury and prestige
Saint Jean Cap Ferrat is very popular and home to an international clientele. The peninsula is ideally located between Nice and Monaco and very exactly between Villefranche sur Mer and Beaulieu sur Mer. The peninsula\'s hosts about 500 villas mostly very luxurious and located in real green spaces. The vegetation is characterized by the Pines of Aleppo which are protected, olive trees or palm trees. The small town of 1600 inhabitants has kept its authenticity and charm.
The villas that made the reputation of Saint Jean Cap Ferrat were built in the twentieth century.
- Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild is now a museum with its magnificent botanical garden.
- The villa of Cedars owned by King Leopold II of Belgium.
- The villa Santo-Sospir, decorated by Jean Cocteau is classified as a historical monument.
Living in Cap Ferrat
Saint Jean Cap Ferrat\'s real estate clients are looking for exceptional villas, often with the requirement of a sea view, the intimacy of the property and therefore the absence of vis-à-vis and swimming pools. Buying a luxury villa in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat will allow you to enjoy very pretty beaches all year round, such as the beach at the port, Paloma Beach or Passable, the Fossettes or the Fosses.
Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat benefits from a unique heritage on the Côte d\'Azur. The lighthouse, built in 1827, is renowned for its architecture, but also for the exceptional panoramic view it offers of the coast. Château Saint-Jean, built at the end of the 19th century, is also a special place on the peninsula. The first exceptional residences were built at the end of the 19th century, particularly along the seaside linking Beaulieu-sur-Mer, Villa Lo Scoglietto, Villa des Cèdres built by Leopold II, or Villa de La Vigie and Villa Maryland with its patio and red marble columns.