Grimaud is a charming medieval village. Crowned by its Feudal castle, which, for a long time, was considered the guardian of the former Gulf of Grimaud, as the Bay of Saint-Tropez was called until the end of the 19th Century.
The village invites you to take a walk through the centuries, strolling along shady little lanes discovering remarkable sites providing calm and serenity, even at the height of the season, plunging into the heart of its history. The famous seaside town of Port Grimaud was created by architect François Spoerry in the 1960s, built with channels in a Venetian manner.
Ideally located for the village of Grimaud, this beautiful, fully refurbished 19th century house is set within grounds of 4,671 sq m with a landscaped garden, overlooking the countryside.
The main house of approximately 304 sq m, consists of a reception room, an outdoor and indoor dining room, a spacious kitchen, a principal bedroom with en suite dressing room and bathroom, plus seven further bedrooms and four shower rooms.
The property is completed by a caretaker's house, a heated swimming pool, terraces, a garage and a generous cellar.
The house features superb open views of the hills and vineyards.
Annual energy charges (2006) : €5.060,10
REF : VGR3295T
Agency fees at the charge of the vendor.
Fee table available online at Savills.fr and on request.
Please note, the map does not show the exact location of the property and all measurements are approximate, this data is provided for guidance purposes only.
Savills Saint Tropez
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