NICE – CIMIEZ – LE REGINA – From the central entrance of the palace, you discover a remarkable 232 M2 bourgeois flat with its bow windows and its two south-facing balconies overlooking the sea, the city of Nice and the Baie des Anges and the hotel’s swimming pool and gardens.
This design flat has been redesigned by a renowned English architect, his mark is present in every detail of this high-volume place; it offers rare features and finishes worthy of a book dedicated to decoration for hedonists.
The entrance is majestic (27 M2), it is preserved in the spirit of an art gallery; the distribution of the place is done in this way:
On the left, facing south, a double living room with its bow window (43.80°), on the right a dining room (36.35°), moving forward a little, a modern fully equipped kitchen dedicated to conviviality and the pleasure of being together (23.15°).
Just after these reception areas, a private part of the flat with two offices, a first suite with dressing room and bathroom, a second suite for the master bedroom with a very large bathroom and a long dressing room facing the sea!
(Option to create a third bedroom if necessary).
This flat is sold with a closed outside parking and a cellar.
LE REGINA offers all the amenities of the past, full time concierge, security, a garden of 8,250 m², swimming pool, tennis court, conviviality and proximity to the town centre and neighbouring museums, Matisse and Chagall; it benefits from tax deductions linked to its status (this reduces the weight of the monthly charges).
Its construction was entrusted to the architect Sébastien-Marcel Biasini (1841-1913) and the architect Francois-Félix Gordolon (1852-1901) for the metal part, he designed the wrought ironwork, the crown that surmounted the Queen’s flats and the interior decoration, Gustave Eiffel helped him to go faster by offering to build the crown
EXCELSIOR REGINA PALACE, this prestigious former hotel built for Queen Victoria is listed as a historic monument.
Condominium with a total of 153 lots.
Immediate proximity to Nice city centre, schools including STANISLAS, beaches, local shops including the Monoprix and bus at the foot of the building.
- Economically efficient
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- Low emission
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