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The grand villas of Monaco are often seen as symbols of Belle Epoque luxury: lavishly ornate residences patterned after the golden age of arts, culture and science. Danish architect Hans-Georg Tersling, who counted many of Europe’s aristocratic set among his clients, designed many of these elaborate palaces along the French Riviera. His main works also included the Hôtel Métropole de Monte Carlo, the Grand Hôtel de Menton and the Russian Church of Menton.

The Mediterranean dream poetically called Villa Swalettina stands as one of his finest works. Recently listed by Guillaume Hess of Coldwell Banker Mondatta Real Estate for $84,693,336 USD, the villa takes its enviable position on six seaside acres in quiet Roquebrune Cap-Marti and features some of the most breathtaking views on the Bay of Monaco.

Built during the Belle Epoque area between the years of 1890-194, the villa exudes historic allure between the main villa, guest house, gardener’s house, pool house, swimming pool, open-air Jacuzzi and magnificent garden. Entertain seamlessly between indoors and out, then retreat to your private space. Villa Swalettina represents European grandeur at its finest. Call Guillaume Hess at +33 6 19 71 56 71.