With its privileged location on the beach of Saint-Clair in Le Lavandou, this authentic property of the Prouvé brothers offers a magnificent panoramic sea view.
Bearing the name of its first owners, the "Villa Dollander" is characteristic of the construction techniques developed by Jean Prouvé to propose an industrialized architecture of the habitat.
Set on a plot of land planted with Mediterranean trees and covering more than 2500 sqm, it was designed by Henri Prouvé and built by his brother Jean in the early 1950s. Its numerous glass walls and panels with portholes create a subtle play of light.
The villa has been listed as a Historic Monument since 1989.
With a surface area of approximately 100 sqm and entirely on one level, the villa comprises a living room, a kitchen, 3 bedrooms and a bathroom. A covered gallery gives access to the different rooms.
The property also has a guest house of 85 m² comprising a living room, a kitchen with dining room, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a garage.
Saint-Clair beach at 10m, town centre at 1.5 km, Toulon airport at 25 km.