This mansion, built in 1860 for a wealthy French industrialist, has always remained in the hands of the same family and was able to keep his soul with an authentic elegance and a niçoise architecture from the time of the annexation of the county of Nice to France.
The apartment with a surface of 200m ² with terraces of 80 m² and its private garden is located on the ‘noble’ floor and is composed as follows: a majestic entrance hall with the row of 4 ensuite bedrooms two of them with a beautiful sea view, a living room and its woodwork, a large living room opening onto a balcony with sea view, a kitchen and a laundry room.
The apartment occupies an entire level of the villa with 2 independent entrances. Very nice volumes and high ceilings.
The mosaic floors made by Italian artists are reminiscent of villas on the model of ancient Greece such as Villa Kerylos in Beaulieu sur Mer. You will also notice the frescoes on the ceilings, the marble chimneys and you will breath the air and atmosphere of a Florentine Villa but with all modern comforts now.
The dominat view overlooking the entire Bay of Nice offers you a dream panorama that can not be boring. Looking on your right, going from the lighthouse of Nice at the entrance of the port Lympia, along the coast of the ‘Bay des Anges’ to the residences of the Marina Bay des Anges, so characteristic and easily recognizable on the coast towards the Cap d’Antibes with the Massif of The Estérel in the background, the view is very beautiful by day or by night.
The Boulevard du Mont boron is a reference for the architecture that has marked the history of the Riviera. Its castles and mansions are among the most beautiful residences and witness to the tastes and follies of the wealthy families of the time.
This is an address ideally located at 1 km from the beach and 2 km from the Promenade des Anglais. Restaurants, bars and grocery stores are less than 2 km from the Villa. Monaco is at 16 km away and the city of Cannes is at 37 km.
- Economically efficient
- Economically inefficient
- Low emission
- High emission