On the site of famed writer Paul Baldwin’s former home in Saint Paul de Vence, the elegant Le Jardin des Arts residence now stands.
This luxury development consists of 18 spacious apartments spread over three blocks. With breath-taking views towards the Mediterranean, this is accommodation that offers calm, privacy and total relaxation. Here you can spend time unwinding in the heated infinity pool or take advantage of the on-site gym and sauna.
Designed by architect Philippe Caron and interior design company Collection Privée, the complex was completed in 2019 using the finest natural materials.
Currently offering a two-bedroomed apartment available for long term lease in this high-end residence. One of the larger apartments, it’s available unfurnished and comes with high quality décor throughout. Sophisticated automation systems in each home, provide an extra level of care and ease.
Surrounded by more than two hectares of landscaped park and with many local tree species, the gardens were created by renowned garden architect Jean Mus. This spectacular development also offers a children’s playground, a caretaker available 24/7 and all the security you need to feel right at home.
Just 20-minutes from Nice International Airport and nestled between Cannes and Monaco.
Nearby you’ll find the picturesque and historic village, Saint Paul de Vence, popular with visitors to Baldwin’s artistic home, including Nina Simone, Stevie Wonder and many more.
Luxury apartment for rent in Les Jardin des Arts, Saint Paul de Vence
A two bedroom property available for rent in the elegant and sophisticated domaine.
Available for a long term lease, a fine two bedroom apartment
This apartment is unfurnished and available for a long term let
A fabulous, highly luxurious apartment for rent, four bedrooms
One of the largest apartments in the domaine, available for rent, with high quality furnishings and an elegant interior decoration
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