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It was so fabulous to be right in Le Rouret, what a gem of a French village. I'm going to miss this house.

Suzannah, Dorset
Living Space

6 bedrooms:
Master bedroom with walk in dressing area, en suite bathroom and French doors onto large private balcony
2 double bedrooms with king size bed (can be split into twins), en suite bathroom and French doors onto balcony
Bedroom with small double bed and one single bed with en suite bathroom
Twin bedroom with en suite bathroom
Ground floor
Double bedroom with king size bed, en suite bathroom and French doors leading to garden

Dramatic stone and glass galleried entrance hall
Glass fronted sitting room with fireplace and sliding doors leading to terrace and gardens
Kitchen with American style dining area
Cosy TV den
Cloakroom and coat cupboard
Laundry room
Study area on 1st floor landing


Swimming pool (13.5 x 5m – saltwater) – heating available at additional cost
Pool house with dining area, sitting area and fireplace
Tennis Court
Boules court
Terrace for alfresco dining
Private, automatic gates
2 acres of ancient olive grove
Dramatic views over the village, the church and the sea beyond
Air conditioning in bedrooms only
2 flat screen TVs
Sonos system
Contemporary art
Luxury designer furnishings
Pool towels

Domestic Services

Mid week maid service
Pool guy
Cook available on request (payable locally)

Swimming pool heating an optional extra payable in France


Le Rouret House is in the middle of the Provencal village of Le Rouret
The village has a local market and Michelin Star restaurant 15 minutes walk away

Valbonne is 5 minutes away by car
Grasse is 10km
Cannes & Nice are both just under a 30km drive


Fly to Nice airport
The house is 16km from the airport

Car hire is recommended for getting to the coast but it is possible to venture into the village on foot

Local Information

Walk out of the garden gate and you’ll find yourself in the beautiful village of Le Rouret. Take in the atmosphere by strolling to the market, watching the locals play boules in the square & be sure to try the menu du marche at the fabulous Clos St Pierre restaurant. Le Rouret House backs on to a national park – a wonderful place for walking or cycling.

Should you wish to venture beyond Le Rouret, you could visit the nearby village of Valbonne, the perfumeries of Grass or go to Biot & Vaullauris known for their fabulous ceramics and glass works.

Provence was home to the Impressionists and art lovers will be in heaven here. Dine admiring the originals which hang in Le Colombe d’Or restaurant in the village of St Paul de Vence, visit the Picasso Museum in Antibes and the Matisse museum in Nice.

Nearby you’ll find activities to suit all – there’s golf, sailing, canyoneering, zip wiring in the Gorge du Lup and plenty more.

The Cote d’Azure beaches are within easy reach. Try a bit of celeb spotting on the Plage de Tahiti or for a bit of peace & shade try the Plage de Paloma. Plage de la Garoupe is the beach immortalised in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night.  You could also take a boat to St Tropez or Iles de Lerins.

This area of France seems to be continually holding Festivals, notably the Cannes Film Festival and the Monaco Grand Prix, but there are plenty of others.  We’ll do our best to let you know what’s going on whilst you’re there.

Our View

A wonderful mixture of old and new is what attracted us to this amazing house in the heart of the Provencal village of Le Rouret. The owner has recently added a beautiful glass, contemporary wing to a very old former bergerie.

The combination is an impressive mix of dramatic galleries, stone and glass walls & cosiness. All in all   a beautiful family home and comfortable holiday villa. The large, light-filled, modern kitchen is unique as are the rolling lawns leading to dappled shaded pathways leading down into the village.
This lovely property is set within 2 acres of ancient olive groves with a beautiful tennis court and great views of the village from its elevated position. You can see the sea beyond and dipping in and out of village life is a must from this privileged spot.

Step out of the bottom of the garden and find yourself in the stunning village which is just about as traditional as you can get in this part of France. A minute’s walk to the bakery for fresh croissants or delicious bagette for lunch. A great place to watch the beret-wearing locals playing boules in the evening shade or venture a little further to the national park which surrounds the property.

We loved this house the minute we saw it and we know our clients will love it even more! The master bedroom left such an impression – open the huge doors onto the balcony and enjoy the view from the comfort of your bed with a delicious coffee first thing in the sunny morning.

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