Historic part

Historic part

A typical 1900’s Italian inspired Villa, "Le Roc Fleuri" was originally an hotel restaurant which specialised in sea-food and fish dishes. It was known in the 1910’s as the "Hôtel Réserve du Cap-Fleury".

Property of Madame la Marquise BUCCICO in the 1920’s, the villa " Le Roc Fleuri " has belonged to the COTTENOT family since 1921, to a succession of three generations of doctors.

The initial villa exhibited a typical and original interior considering its ceiling painted with frescos with a sea side theme. In 1924, a first phase study of the interior was launched in order to transform the hotel-restaurant into a villa, whilst conserving the original ambience. A second phase of construction, made during 1931/32 period, led to the architectural design of the present villa.

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The Living room of the Villa
Overview of the living room and on the ceiling fresco painted
(Picture n°97061385 by Marc Heller from the : Regional Department of cultural activities - 1997)
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The Living room of the Villa
Overview of the living room and on the ceiling fresco painted
(Picture n°97061384 by Marc Heller from the : Regional Department of cultural activities - 1997)
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Painted ceiling detail, remembering of its past as restaurant
(Picture n°97061387 by Marc Heller from the : Regional Department of cultural activities - 1997)

In the same times, the park, Bordered by the seaside path, the park was layed out in 1923. Alleys were created and planted with succulent plants and typical local trees such as pittosporums, agaves, giant cactus, balmer balls, barbarian fig-trees, etc... One of the peculiarities of this garden lies in the presence of a nonagenarian groove of Phoenix essence palms (whose introduction in the French Riviera reascends at around 1864 years). These palm trees, which are 80 years old, are at the origin gifts given to Doctor COTTENOT by his patients.

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