A mansion perched on top of a hill

A fairy house with a uniquely
enchanting atmosphere

A lavish garden with
60 years old pine trees

Perched on top of a hill on a 2,750 m2 land covered with over 60 pine trees stands a mansion designed by famed Spanish architect “Auguste Babouder”.

The mansion’s architecture is unique and consists of a harmonious juxtaposition of a Basque-style red tiled roof, a structure built with handmade chiseled and carved yellow stones by craftsmen with a knowhow now long gone, facades and loggias ornamented with stone arches and ancient Egyptian-style columns carved from within the rock.

A beautiful park surrounds the property and consists of very well maintained French grass beds, 60-years old pine trees and various species of unique shrubs evoking the harmonious character of Japanese gardens.

This is truly a fairy house with a uniquely enchanting character and a lavish garden with a haunting atmosphere.

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