Villa Dollander: The residence created by the Prouvé brothers is for sale
Put up for sale by Côte d'Azur Sotheby's International Realty, Villa Dollander or Villa Saint-Clair is a true architectural gem of the 1940s co-directed by the two brothers, Henri in drawing and Jean in construction.
A veritable architectural monument in the Côte d'Azur, the CEO of Sotheby's International Realty France - Monaco, Alexander Kraft, is full of praise when it comes to describing this unique residence: "The property signed by well-known architects is not legion and this signature adds to the value of the property. We are happy to be able to offer this beautiful beachfront villa on the French Riviera that is part of our heritage."
Located facing the Mediterranean in the heart of Lavandou and listed as a historic monument since 1991, the villa created by the Dollander brothers was a pioneer of a number of remarkable innovations for the time: except for the stone-made back wall, all the supporting elements are prefabricated in a factory, like the steel bins of the roof. , wooden interior partitions and doors pierced with windows. A necessary constraint in the post-war period, when the conditions of construction were not the same.
The main house, with an area of 100m2, offers a very nice comfort and accommodations to accommodate guests, like the 85m2 outbuilding but above all, it is the 2,500m2 of green spaces nestled on the waterfront that will convince future buyers.
Put up for sale for 6,360,000 euros, discover more in pictures this superb architect's residence through the photo gallery below.