- Luxury properties in Cannes
Cannes is famous for its international film festival. It is the world’s most important film festival organized in May to open the summer season. The climb up the red-carpet stairwell is attended live or on screen and the actors and directors are in the spotlight of all eyes.
The famous Croisette, along the Mediterranean, is bordered by sandy beaches, luxury stores and palaces. This boulevard is also home to the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès with its red carpet.
The old harbor of Cannes welcomes on its esplanade Pantiero throughout the year events of international renown such as the International Yachting Festival or the Royal Regatta.
The city of Cannes is also a sister city of famous towns such as Beverly Hills, Florence, Turin or Chelsea.
We are at your disposal to help you in the acquisition of your primary or secondary residence in Cannes. Among our properties for sale there are top floor apartments on La Croisette facing the sea.
The apartments in bourgeois buildings in the center town benefit from high ceilings and close proximity to luxury boutiques.
Modern or Provençal villas in private and secure estates offer an intimate living environment and 360° views of the sea and surrounding nature with landscaped gardens and swimming pools.
Many of Cannes’ historic villas are surrounded by botanical gardens.
The Villa Excelsior, built on a plot of nearly 13000m² by Madame de Ladoucette in the 1870’s, welcomed at the beginning vulnerable women and is now a Parent-Child Care Center. It overlooks the bay of Cannes and has 33 studios, a crèche, a playground and a magnificent park.
The Villa Soligny, facing the sea, offers breath-taking views of the Lerins Islands and is surrounded by an 8000m² park as well as a winter garden and baroque glass roof. This private residence offers 1200m² of living space.
The Château Sainte Anne, built in 1880, is a 545 m² property that stands on a flat 15,000 m² plot of land. Its park has a large terrace prolonging the living room, a magnificent French garden, ponds and a large swimming pool.
The park of the Villa Champfleuri was imagined by Mrs. Danae Vagliano, an amateur, who was inspired by the Ephrussi de Rothschild gardens in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat and those of Albert Kahn in Boulogne.
The Villa Domergue, designed and realized by the artist Jean-Gabriel Domergue, finds its inspiration in the Venetian palaces and gardens.
This is just to mention a few of the villas in Cannes but there are so many others to discover.