Villa Primavera was built in 1911 and work doubtless started after the Villa Kerylos in Beaulieu, as there are numerous obvious similarities between the two.
The frescoes adorning the walls and floors are derived from the same inspiration: a reproduction of the scenes depicted on ancient Greek vases.
After the Second World War, the villa was divided into apartments,
however all of the opulence and several of the frescoes disappeared.
The current owners, contemporary art lovers and passionate about the great splendour the house had to offer, undertook to carry out a huge project that would last for 9 years in order to fully restore all the frescoes to their former glory
As the restoration works carefully progressed, piece by piece, new paintings were discovered.
Outside, they even discovered that the magnificent cupola was sheltering a real gem!
The artisans who have worked on this restoration project over the years have really worked wonders: the result is unexpected and breathtaking! The main apartment is work of art in itself and comprises 185 m2 of living space with a 40 m2 terrace, and a 180 degrees sea view.
Fronting the majestic entrance of the house stand wrought iron double gates, leading into a drive and a small garden, with enough space to provide parking for 4 vehicles. The property also benefits from one cellar.
Titulaire de la carte professionnelle délivrée par
la Préfecture des Alpes maritimes 10555 (5952T)
Caisse de garantie GALIAN n° 26864, 89 rue de la Boétie, 75008 Paris
TVA intracommunautaire FR 473839 50003 | déclaration CNIL n°1768278