Get lost in the beautiful villa of Béatrice Ephrussi de Rothschild. Built with money from a large inheritance, this architectural masterpiece eventually became Béatrice’s winter retreat. The exterior alone is worth the trip, boasting nine unique gardens that took longer than the house to complete. This botanical magnum opus, created and curated by Louis Marchand, is filled with waterfalls, rare trees and plants, patios, and ornamental ponds. The interior matches the outside's magnificence with a number of rooms enjoyed by Béatrice, including her elaborate dressing room, a porcelain room filled with antique art, and a Chinese room featuring a collection of rose quartz and jade. Each part of the villa, inside and out, is one of breathtaking beauty.
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