Villa built by the Fenwick family around 1920

Built in the Anglo-Norman style when sea-bathing was the height of fashion

It was the first and the only villa from this era to be built on the southwest slope of the valley, facing Pourville cliffs

The balconies running around the outside of the villa appear suspended in the surrounding countryside

Claude Monet, one of the most influential Impressionist painters, painted some of his best known works at the villa