Located between Villefranche-sur-Mer and Saint-Jean Cap-Ferrat to the west and Eze village to the east, Beaulieu-sur-Mer is a small town of 4 000 inhabitants. A waterfront city, it offers close services and shops and an undeniable sweet life.
That seaside resort exceptional climate appealed to all European aristocracies in the 19th century. They had splendid villas and small palaces built there for their holiday resorts. The villa Kerylos, built on the model of Ancient Greece villas, is the most emblematic of that fashion. But there are more: he beautiful villa May, a splendid neo-classic building turned into a music academy is listed historic monument. Those small palaces are surrounded with exceptional buildings among which the Hôtel Bristol and its superb outer rotunda that have been divided into apartments
If you are looking for a prestigious villa, Beaulieu is one of the most beautiful addresses on the French Riviera. Up above town, in the boulevard Edouard VII area, you will discover exceptional real estate offering a panoramic sea view over the pleasant Baie des Fourmies to the west, to the Petite Afrique Beach via the marina. Most often, those properties stand on beautify grounds planted with Mediterranean trees. Naturally, most have swimming pools. The most exclusive have been refurbished to the highest standard with inner pools, spas, fitness rooms, ultimate wine cellars… Single storey or more levels, built on the model of Provence style houses or eminently contemporary, the villas built up above Beaulieu-sur-Mer will meet the requirements of the most demanding.
A house in town
If you intend to live at the heart of the town, to benefit from close shops and the peaceful atmosphere of Beaulieu, you may well fall in love with a villa full charm located in a residential area, like the highly regarded small streets that line avenue Edith Clavel. As a rule, the villas there are built on two or three levels on the model of local architecture with a hip roof, underlined with frieze or a moulding, a light colour façade and light green louver shutters. Further west, in the port area there are waterfront family houses, a few metres from the beach. Built on beautiful grounds, they most often have a swimming pool surrounded by charming gardens. If you opt for a house close to la Petite Afrique, you will benefit from lush vegetation: bougainvillea, palm, hackberry and banana trees that have given its name to la Petite Afrique
A safe investment
Beaulieu-sur-Mer combines the advantages of a peaceful small seaside town and an exceptional geography and climate location. Whether for a main home or for a holiday residence, buying at Beaulieu is a safe investment that will never disappoint you.