Location: Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France

Square Footage: 5,381

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 7 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms

Price: Available Upon Request

Chateau La Cima is a gorgeous chateau in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France and is the former home of the U.S. Ambassador to France. It was built in the 1920’s and features approximately 5,381 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. The spectacular grounds feature a pond with fountain, an orchard with “secret garden”, a mosaic tiled infinity edge swimming pool, fruit trees and more. There is also a separate guest house with 2 bedroom suites and a kitchen.

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  • Andrew

    Beautiful interiors, fantastic view. Good location, probably. But I can’t say I like the house itself, the proportions and shape seem… odd.




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  • Daniel

    Former home of the US ambassador to France….lucky schmuck. Photo 5 pretty much sums up the dreamy lifestyle.




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    • Andrew

      yeah, diplomats know how to take care of themselves, only the best will do and why not? it costs them nothing after all, we’re paying for it.




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      • Andrew

        … and why did the American diplomat need a residence in Core d’Azur anyway? I’m pretty certain the French government is located in Paris, not on the beaches.




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      • Grrrowler

        It wasn’t an official residence of the Ambassador, but a house privately-owned by an ambassador. The ambassador in question, David K. E. Bruce, was son-in-law to Andrew Mellon so I don’t think having a villa in the south of France was anything out of the ordinary for him.

        As for the villa itself, I love it.




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