For sale in Grimaud: one of the very first ART DECO type villa, built near the beaches in the 1930s. An exceptional ART DECO house with a guest house 3 minutes from the beaches on foot! The current villa is for sale with a building permit and plans to extend the residential house with a guest house and a swimming pool.
The architect's is Mr. PAPPALARDO and his objective was to preserve the remarkable existing art-deco style, while realizing various extensions allowing to offer an exceptional property to current standards. The respect of its architecture will allow to preserve the soul of this villa and of a whole era dear to a demanding clientele.
Grimaud renovation project: Art Deco villa close to the beaches
Of course, the art-deco villa in Grimaud will be fully connected and will have optimal comfort (indoor lift) and top-of-the-range services. The guest house will have 3 bedrooms to bring the potential of the whole to 6 beds. The building permit has been obtained since November 18, 2022, and work is planned to start in 2023 for delivery at the end of 2024.
At this stage of the operation, we offer our customers a personalization of the whole. The cost of work is likely to change according to the customer's specifications.
Lot size: 308 m² living space
Total habitable size: 370 m² habitable
Parking: Included in the price
Possibility: Garage in addition
Selling price villa with permit: €1,750,000
Estimated cost of works: €2,000,000
A unique villa in Grimaud
The term art deco refers to the movement that originated during the 1920s and became a major style in architecture and the decorative arts during the 1930s. It was first exhibited at an .
The design of art deco was a major component of the fashion industry's development during the 1920s. Its products were both mass-produced and individually crafted. The goal of the style was to create an elegant and understated look that represented both sophistication and wealth. The various features of this style include clean lines and geometric shapes, as well as unusual materials such as plastic and glass.
Although art deco objects were rarely mass produced, their characteristics exhibited admiration for its design qualities.