This magnificent property will delight lovers of history and nature.Located in a bourgeois environment, surrounded by homes belonging to families with prestigious names, it has the most beautiful gardens of the Valley.
The manor built in the 17th century was once a water mill. The owner took special care in its renovation to retain the charm of the time. The house with very generous volumes consists of a large entrance hall, a living room with fireplace, a dining room, a library, a beautiful and large kitchen, a superb master suite plus 4 other suites.
The estate also includes a caretaker's house of 4 rooms (120m2) and a guest house of 2 rooms (80m2) a charming and spacious covered terrace, a heated pool, a pool house, a cellar, a gym, 2 workshops and a carport.
To discover this exceptional place you will take a wide alley of plane trees and apprehend the beauty of this house nestled in a fully wooded park spanning almost 7 hectares. A small river and a beautiful pond bring the necessary freshness to this area.
History of the Manor Princess Pauline Borghese reportedly lived at La Blanchissage to be near her brother during his stay on the island of Elba. It is quite possible that Napoleon himself stayed there before Waterloo.
Before the eighteenth century, the valley was home to a mill and several small tanneries producing fine whitened skins that gave the property its name of "Laundering".
The leather produced provided the giants of Grasse. The perfume was first used to scent gloves and during the 18th century, the glove industry evolved into today's perfume industry.
The stone terraces served to cultivate perfumes for perfumeries, as well as vines and olives. The terraces were watered by a system of canals and an aqueduct that would have been built by Vauban.
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