A sunny study in Grasse

You spent a year in Siberia studying melting permafrost and its effects on climate. In other words, 365 days of being cold. Your sole desire is for sunshine and warmth. What could be better than the sun of Provence to put your computers and notebooks down and analyse the data in warm repose? The 3,230 sq ft house, enjoying a view of the sea and the Massif de l'Esterel, will take you far away from the Spartan outpost with its prefabricated shelter and the icy plains on the horizon. Your co-workers can come and stay here. The 322 sq ft guest house is there to welcome them if the five bedrooms are already occupied. At the end of the day, a well-deserved dip in the pool will convince you that you did the right thing by settling here. After all, the National Centre for Scientific Research does not need you on its premises! With its 1.06 acres of land on the hills of Grasse, the property could almost become an annex for summer universities or international seminars. Sometimes, there’s no need to search for it; happiness is right at hand.




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