A village house which has belonged to the same family for over 900 years, absolutely steeped in history.
This is a very charming property of 200 sqm with a garden of 75 sqm. On the ground flour there is a reception room, an office and two bedrooms. On the first floor, there is a bedroom, and on the top floor a wide corridor and 2 further bedrooms.
This was one of the first houses in the region to introduce indoor bathrooms. The kitchen has many period features including a very pretty kitchen garden with a pergola which was featured in a painting by the Russian artists, Netchivailov, and the can be seen in the Museum of Belfort.
This house is in a unique location, adjacent to the principality of Monaco and the Mediterranean Sea both sources of rich cultural history for the region. The house resonates with this history and is one can feel the age, echoing throughout the property.
This house is a rare find and certainly unique in the village of Eze. Possibility of fitting out a swimming pool and 50 m2 of the attic there.