This exceptional property was built by André Pavlovsky for Firmin Van Bree, an excentric Belgian who, back in the 1930's, fell in love with the Sainte Barbe hillside. On the hilltop facing the Atlantic and the Spanish coastline, it is set in 8000 sqm of grounds and boasts undoubtedly one of the most beautiful panoramic views of Saint Jean de Luz. Oozing with a charm that is truly unique, the main house of 240 sqm has preserved many of its original features including panelling and mosaic floor tiles. It includes a rotunda living/reception room commanding an ocean view, a dining room with a fireplace, a kitchen, a study, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a shower room. The upper floor comprises a spacious suite with a bathroom accessing a terrace and enjoying an ocean view, two further bedrooms and a shower room. A near 65 sqm annex includes a living room, a kitchen, a bedroom and a bathroom. Garage. The peaceful 8000 sqm of grounds benefit from no facing neighbours and, in an elevated setting, the Atlantic Ocean is omnipresent and the sunsets truly breathtaking. The centre of Saint Jean de Luz is just 15 minutes away by foot, and the beaches and ocean just a few minutes from the property.