Villa O: a splendid destination of French Riviera

Villa O a splendid destination of French Riviera

Villa O has a splendid location in Colla Blanche, St. Jean Cap Ferrat area in the southeastern France, a short walk far from the beach, close to restaurants, boutiques and port’s yachts. Once getting closer, on the path that comes from the elegant yachts and the coquettish village, along the perfumed pines, the first look of Villa O is unforgettable: white walls and shining glass in cobalt blue sky background. Villa O is not just a villa, it is a destination. The result of a courageous modern architecture approach; with expansive, made of glass walls and elevator and a central integrated atrium, having a sensational interior and exterior design, the villa offers a light and space sensation which are breathtaking.

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With a surface of 1250 square in a residence place, the villa includes a large kitchen in open space, breakfast bar and dining area. There is also a lounge with a library and another sitting room area, a room for guests and one for staff. Villa O had four floors, with a main living room and a main terrace on the 2nd floor. The ceiling of the lounge is galleried and there is an extra lounge on the 3rd floor. In order to address the need for entertainment, on the top floor there is a gym and on 1st floor there is a cinema.

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There are plenty of options for relaxation and recreation in the Villa O: a pool house in Balinese style, an opportunity to read in one of the terraces, a walk in the jasmine perfumed garden or, maybe, a bath in the spectacular swimming pool on the top of the building. Having a spectacular view over the gulf and of the port, the highest terrace can offer a magical evening. The impressive swimming pool is curbed around the garden, offering a magnificent view of the port and of the foamy sea. The splendid villa and it location invite to relaxation, to leaving all behind and to be caressed by the warm sun of the French Riviera. More about it may be found on Firefly.

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