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3 bedrooms, 1 shower, 1 bathroom, 2 toilets, sleeps 8
A bedsofa in the studio on the groundfllor, 1 double in the bedroom on the first floor next to separate toilet and bathroom, second double on the open loft above the living with another additional bedding on a sofabed, in the living another sleeping possibility on the big settee group in leather which is also suitable as bed. 2 cots provided, as one highchair
Pool / Spa
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About Robert Ammann
To be honest the foto shows us as proud owners some years ago, but although maybe we're not looking the same we still look with the same pride on this second home of us
Robert Ammann purchased this House in 1998
Why Robert Ammann chose Antibes Old Town
we fell in love with Antibes some years ago before we bought this property already. Friends invited us to come at easter with them to Juan les Pins where they went to already since years as a tradition. We never thought of coming to La Cote d'Azur before but discovered it against our maybe preformed opinion as a place that we understood why so many artists came because of the splendid light. Our preference became Antibes, and especially the old town settled on the rocks just a bit above the sea. Antibes was really a village in the town that grew since long already arround from Nice to Cannes. Although also Antibes awoke just like a sleeping beauty to an active and very alive place with enormous cultural power it still kept this special character why we love this place for, probably unique on the whole Côte d'Azur.
What makes this House unique
Les Volets Bleus are settled in the historical part of Old Antibes , there was once nothing more than these three little streets on greek and roman settlings. It has the sea at his feet, the daíly market arround the corner, just a stonethrow away from the Picasso museum in Le Chateau Grimaldi, from where Picasso went passing by our house when he walked down to the harbour every day - and surprisingly this part of the Old town is sdespite it's super central location still quiet without any shops or bars only a (small) Michelin star decorated restaurant is opposite the house, and some artists are working and living there and exposing their paintings.