Engel & Völkers to sell one of the finest estates on the Cote d’Azur

Outstanding residence with views overlooking Monaco
Property now on the market for a total of 240 million euros

Hamburg/Cap Martin, April 2010. Located on Cap Martin, near Roquebrune in the South of France, one of the most spectacular properties on the whole of the French Riviera has now gone on sale. Effective from now, Engel & Völkers has the brokerage rights for this magnificent residence. A Mediterranean-style, palatial main house, two guesthouses and various other buildings occupy the 3.2-hectare grounds, which afford unobstructable panoramic views over the Mediterranean and Monaco. Other amenities include a private helicopter landing pad, two outdoor swimming pools and a tennis court. Steps lead down from the property, enabling private access to the sea below. The asking price for the estate, which is amongst the finest ten of its kind in the entire region, is 240 million euros.

Set directly on the south-facing coastline with its steep cliffs, the property boasts a pano- ramic outlook that stretches for miles. The main two-storey residence, originally built in 1906 by Georges Tiersling in the belle epoque style, was renovated throughout in 2004. Its 1,600 sqm interior has every conceivable luxury to offer, including a spa complex com- plete with an indoor saltwater pool and Jacuzzi overlooking the bay, as well as massage and fitness suites. Only the most exquisite of materials ranging from marble and natural stone to precious wood have been used in the appointment, which comprises various salons with fireplaces, a bar and a billiards room. A guest villa with an interior of around 600 sqm and a deluxe pavilion in the former guardhouse of some 60 sqm ensure ample accommodation for guests. A further residence for staff is also available in the sprawling, park-like grounds.

The entire property is protected by a sophisticated security system that includes video surveillance with a total of 16 closed-circuit cameras. An emergency generator on site also guarantees the provision of electricity in a power cut, while the main house features armoured-plated doors and a security room. Despite the unparalleled privacy of this estate, it is nevertheless centrally located and easy to reach. Monaco is just a ten-minute drive away and the airport in Nice can be reached in around 40 minutes by car and just ten minutes by helicopter.

For further information please contact:

Princess Wittgenstein
Stadthausbrücke 5
20355 Hamburg, Germany
Phone: +49 40-36 13 11 20

german communications dbk
AG Jorg Bretschneider
Alsterufer 34
20354 Hamburg, Germany
Phone: +49 40-46 88 33 0

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