A unique property with approximately 550 m² of living space, located in an exceptional natural setting.
This minimalist barn is located between Cannes and Saint Tropez, in the idyllic rural hinterland of the Côte d'Azur.
In 1990, the Italian architect Claudio Silvestrin transformed this 16th century building into a unique holiday home. Behind the old façade, you will find spacious and modern rooms, to which the light penetrates through windows that give a special atmosphere. The architect, known for his timeless buildings, all reduced to the essentials, gave the rooms an almost monastic character. This also corresponds to the history of the building, which was used for the last time as a barn, but which was originally an inn for monks and pilgrims. Contemporary works of art can be found everywhere, accentuated in the unfurnished rooms through their white walls and limestone floors.
On the ground floor you will find the living room and the kitchen with a dining area and other separate rooms such as the office and the TV room. The upper floor is divided into two areas, each accessed by its own staircase: a large master bedroom with a large bathroom and guest wing with four bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
The house is surrounded by a large property with a forest and a river.
The house is embellished with a landscaped garden of about 4000 m² with a wonderful swimming corridor 18 x 4 meters and various spaces for dining and relaxing.
Ideal for a contemporary art foundation ... near the Bernar Venet Foundation and the Domaine du Muy.