Ref. 082023-014 - REF: 082023-014. Built in 1927 in the Modernist style by the American architect Barry Dierks and described by Noel Coward as ‘impossibly beautiful’, the villa "Le Trident" aroused interest amongst the cultivated French Riviera society with Dierks rapidly becoming one of the most sought-after architects on the Côte d’Azur.
Picasso, Somerset Maugham, Noel Coward and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor are amongst the illustrious personalities to have frequented “Le Trident”, this Modernist villa magnificently positioned on the pink rocks of the ‘Pointe de l’Esquillon’ on the West side of Cannes.
“Le Trident” is a unique part of the Riviera’s rich heritage. The villa is positioned on 6119sqm of private land with a swimming pool plus access to a hidden cove and its own private beach. The property enjoys magical sweeping views from the Bay of Cannes right around to Cap Roux.
The villa has 400sqm of space spread over 3 levels:
Ground floor: Hallway, open plan living/dining room with open fire, kitchen, wc, separate lounge.
First Floor: Magnificent Master suite plus 3 further bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms.
Garden Level: 2 bedrooms, bathroom, living room, kitchen, plus an 'unmade' room offering additional potential.
Included with this unique property is a separate caretaker’s residence and a double garage on street level.
Various options exist for accessing the villa:
Nice International airport is 40 minutes drive.
Théoule train station is 8 minutes drive.
Port La Figuerette has a helicopter landing pad 5 minutes drive away.
Please contact the office to organize a private viewing of this stunning piece of Côte d'Azur history.
- Rooms 8 rooms
- Total area 400 m²
- Heating Individual
- Hot water Hot water tank
- Used water Main drainage
- Condition Excellent condition
- Orientation South
- Built in 1927
- 1 Land 6119 m²
- Alarm system
- Swimming pool
- Airport 40 minute
- Highway 20 minute
- TGV station 25 minute
- Beach 3 minute
- Seller’s fees
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- No ongoing procedures