Country and people

NICE
HARBOUR
PLACE MASSÉNA
HOTEL NEGRESCO
HOLTEL NEGRESCO
HOTEL NEGRESCO
Cours Saleya
Cours Saleya
Cours Saleya
Cours Saleya
Cours Saleya
Promenade des Anglais
Beach
Nice

Nice ( /ˈniːs/; French pronunciation: [nis]; Niçard Occitan: Niça [classical norm] or Nissa [nonstandard], Italian: Nizza or Nizza Marittima, Greek: Νίκαια, Latin: Nicaea) is the fifth most populous city in France, after Paris, Marseille, Lyon and Toulouse, with a population of 348,721 within its administrative limits on a land area of 71.92 km2 (28 sq mi). The urban area of Nice extends beyond the administrative city limits with a population of over 955,000[1] on an area of 721 km2 (278 sq mi). Located on the south east coast of France on the Mediterranean Sea, Nice is the second largest French city on the Mediterranean coast.

The city is nicknamed Nice la Belle (Nissa La Bella in Niçard), which means Nice the Beautiful – it is also the unofficial anthem of Nice, written by Menica Rondelly in 1912. Nice is the capital city of the Alpes Maritimes department, and the second biggest city of the Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur after Marseille.

The area of today’s Nice is believed to be among the oldest human settlements in Europe. One of the archaeological sites, Terra Amata, displays evidence of a very early usage of fire. Around 350 BCE, Greeks of Marseille founded a permanent settlement and called it Nikaia, after Nike, the goddess of victory.[2]

Throughout the ages the town changed hands many times. Its strategic location and port significantly contributed to its maritime strength. For years, it was an Italian dominion, then became part of France in 1860. Culturally and architecturally enriched over time, today Nice has become a truly cosmopolitan tourist destination.[3] The spectacular natural beauty of the Nice area and its mild Mediterranean climate came to the attention of the English upper classes in the second half of the 18th century, when an increasing number of aristocratic families took to spending their winter there. The city’s main seaside promenade, the Promenade des Anglais (‘the Walkway of the English’) owes its name to the earliest visitors to the resort.[4] For decades now, the picturesque Nicean surroundings have attracted not only those in search of relaxation, but also those seeking inspiration. The clear air and soft light has been of particular appeal to some of Western culture’s most outstanding painters, such as Marc Chagall, Henri Matisse, Niki de Saint Phalle and Arman. Their work is commemorated in many of the city’s museums, including Musée Marc Chagall, Musée Matisse and Musée des Beaux-Arts Jules Chéret.[5] The climate and landscape are still what attracts most visitors today. It has the second largest hotel capacity in the country[6] and it’s the second-most visited place in France after Paris, receiving 4 million tourists every year.[7] It also has the second busiest airport in France after Paris[8] and two convention centres dedicated to business tourism. The city also has a university, several business districts and some major cultural facilities, such as museums, a national theatre, an opera house with a regional library and several concert halls and casinos. It is the historical capital city of the County of Nice (Comté de Nice).

Nice experiences a Mediterranean climate. The summer's/holiday season lasts for 6 months, from May to October, although also in April and November sometimes there are temperatures above 20 °C (68 °F). Winters are mild, with average temperatures of 13.4 °C (56.1 °F) during the day and 5.8 °C (42.4 °F) at night in the period from December to February

Climate:

Nice has a Mediterranean climate, enjoying mild temperatures most of the year; rainfall is very moderate and mainly confined to the winter. Summers are warm, dry, and sunny. Rainfall is rare in this season, and a typical July month only records one or two days with measurable rainfall. The temperature is typically above 20 °C (68 °F), and frequently reaches 30 °C (86 °F). The average maximum temperature in the warmest months of July and August is about 27 °C (81 °F). The highest recorded temperature was 37.7 °C (99.9 °F) on 1 August 2006. Autumn generally starts sunny in September and becomes more cloudy and rainy towards October, while temperatures usually remain above 20 °C (68 °F) until November where days start to cool down to around 17 °C (63 °F). Winters are characterized by mild days (11 to 17 °C (52 to 63 °F)), cool nights (4 to 9 °C (39 to 48 °F)) and variable weather. Days can be either sunny and dry, or damp and rainy. Frost is unusual and snowfalls are so extremely rare that they are remembered by inhabitants as special events. The average minimum temperature in January is around 5 °C (41 °F). Spring starts mild and rainy in late March, and is increasingly warm and sunny towards June.

Vegetation and Geography:

The natural vegetation of Nice is typical for a Mediterranean landscape, with a heavy representation of broadleaf evergreen shrubs. Trees tend to be scattered but form dense forests in some areas. Large native tree species include evergreens such as holm oak, stone pine and arbutus. Many introduced species grow in parks and gardens. Palms, eucalyptus and citrus fruits are among the trees which give Nice a subtropical appearance. But there are also species familiar to temperate areas around the world; examples include horse chestnut, linden and even Norway spruce.

Geographically, Nice consists of two large bays. Villefranche-sur-Mer sits on an enclosed bay, while the main expanse of the city lies between the old port city and the Aeroport de Côte d'Azur, across a gently curving bay. The city rises from the flat beach into gentle rising hills, then is bounded by surrounding mountains that represent the Southern and nearly the Western extent of the Ligurian Alps range

Economy:

Nice is the seat of the Chambre de commerce et d'industrie Nice Côte d'Azur. It manages the Nice - Côte d'Azur Airport and the Cannes - Mandelieu Airport, as well as the Port of Nice. Investors from France and abroad can benefit from the assistance of the Côte d'Azur Economic Development Agency Team Côte d'Azur.

Among tourists, Nice is the second most popular French city after Paris, a fact which, combined with the difficulties of land travel at long distance (partly because of the Alps), allows it to have the second busiest airport in France in terms of passenger numbers (close to 10,000,000 passengers in 2005).

Nice has one conference centre: the Palais des Congrès Acropolis. The city also has several business parks, including l'Arenas, Nice the Plain, Nice Méridia, Saint Isidore, and the Northern Forum.

In addition, the city features several shopping centres such as Nicetoile, Nice TNL, Nice Lingostière, Northern Forum, St-Isidore, the Trinity (around the Auchan hypermarket) and Cap3000 in Saint-Laurent-du-Var.

Sophia Antipolis is a technology park northwest of Antibes. Much of the park is within the commune of Valbonne. Established between 1970 and 1984, it primarily houses companies in the fields of computing, electronics, pharmacology and biotechnology. Several institutions of higher learning are also located here, along with the European headquarters of W3C. The park is named after Sophie Glikman-Toumarkine, the wife of French Senator Pierre Laffitte, founder of the park, and incidentally, Sophia, the goddess of wisdom. The second half of the park's name is derived from Antipolis, the ancient Greek name of Antibes.

Transport
Port

The port of Nice is also known as Lympia port. This name comes from the Lympia spring which fed a small lake in a marshy zone where work on the port was started in 1745. Today this is the principal harbour installation of Nice – there is also a small port in the Carras district. The port is the first port cement manufacturer in France, linked to the treatment plants of the rollers of the valley of Paillon. Fishing activities remain but the number of professional fishermen is now less than 10. Nice, being the point of continental France nearest to Corsica, has ferry connections with the island developed with the arrival of NGV (navires à grande vitesse) or high-speed craft. Two companies provide the connections: SNCM, a partially public company and Corsica Ferries – Sardinia Ferries, an entirely private company. Located in front of the port, the Place Cassini has been renamed Place of Corsica.
Nice Côte d'Azur Airport
Nice Côte d'Azur Airport is the third most important airport in France after Charles de Gaulle Airport and Orly Airport, both in Paris. It is on the Promenade des Anglais, near l'Arénas and has two terminals. Due to its proximity to the Principality of Monaco, it also serves as that city–state's airport. A helicopter service provided by Heli Air Monaco and Monacair links the city and airport; it averages 39 flights a day. It is run by the Chamber of Commerce and the Nice Côte d'Azur industry.[clarification needed] Its director is Hervé de Place, director of the Côte d'Azur airports, which includes Cannes - Mandelieu Airport. In 2009, 9,830,987 passengers travelled through the airport.[16]
Rail
The main railway station is Nice-Ville. The high speed TGV train connects Paris and Nice in less than 6 hours, while Marseille is reached in 2.5 hours. Nice also has international connections to Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, and Russia.[17]
Tram
The was an old Nice tramway that started in 1879 with horse-drawn trams. This was electrified in 1900 and by 1930 had 144 km (89.48 mi) of lines. The trams were replaced by trolleybuses from 1948 and the last tramway ran on 10 January 1953. A new tramway line opened in 2007 linking the northern and eastern suburbs via the city centre. Two other lines are planned; line 2 will link the east to the west from the port to the airport, extending to Cagnes-sur-Mer at a later stage, while line 3 will link to the future TGV Nice Saint-Augustin Lingostière rail station.[18]
Road
The A8 autoroute and the Route nationale 7 pass through the Nice agglomeration, linking Marseille with Italy.

Main sights
Panorama of the town (including many main sights, like Hotel Negresco) and the beach.

The Promenade des Anglais ("Promenade of the English") is a promenade along the Baie des Anges, a bay of the Mediterranean, in Nice. Before Nice was urbanized, the coastline at Nice was just bordered by a deserted stretch of beach covered with large pebbles. The first houses were located on higher ground well away from the sea.

Starting in the second half of the 18th century, many wealthy English people took to spending the winter in Nice, enjoying the panorama along the coast. When a particularly harsh winter up north brought an influx of beggars to Nice, some of the rich Englishmen proposed a useful project for them: the construction of a walkway (chemin de promenade) along the sea.

The city of Nice, intrigued by the prospect of a pleasant promenade, greatly increased the scope of the work. The Promenade was first called the Camin dei Anglès (the English Way) by the Niçois in their native dialect, Nissart. After the annexation of Nice by France in 1860 it was rechristened La Promenade des Anglais, replacing the former Nissart name with its French translation.

The Hotel Negresco on the Promenade des Anglais was named after Henri Negresco (1868–1920) who had the palatial hotel constructed in 1912. In keeping with the conventions of the time, when the Negresco first opened in 1913 its front opened on the side opposite the Mediterranean.

Another place worth mentioning is the small street parallel to the Promenade des Anglais, leading from Nice's downtown, beginning at Place Masséna, and running parallel to the promenade in the direction of the airport for a short distance of about 4 blocks. This section of the city is referred to as the "Zone Pietonne", or "Pedestrian Zone". The banning of cars creates a more serene setting. Here tourists can find a fine selection of restaurants, specializing in both Niçoise cuisine and various types of foreign cuisine. There is also a large selection of cafés where one can sit and enjoy an espresso or choose from a variety of speciality coffees, gelati and desserts, and watch the city walk by. There are also plenty of small shops selling clothing, shoes and souvenirs.

Other squares include:
Château
Monument aux morts
The port
Cours Saleya
Jardin botanique de la Ville de Nice (botanical garden)
Musee Massena
Marché aux fleurs
Old Nice
Grand Hôtel Impérial
Fort of Mont Alban

Squares

Place Masséna

The Place Masséna is the main square of the city. Before the Paillon River was covered over, the Pont-Neuf was the only practicable way between the old town and the modern one. The square was thus divided into two parts (North and South) in 1824. With the demolition of the Masséna Casino in 1979, the Place Masséna became more spacious and less dense and is now bordered by red ochre buildings of Italian architecture.

The recent rebuilding of the tramline gave the square back to the pedestrians, restoring its status as a real Mediterranean square. It is lined with palm trees and stone pines, instead of being the rectangular roundabout of sorts it had become over the years. Since its construction, the Place Masséna has always been the spot for great public events. It is used for concerts, and particularly during the summer festivals, the Corso carnavalesque (carnival parade) in February, the military procession of 14 July (Bastille Day) or other traditional celebrations and banquets.

The Place Masséna is a two-minute walk from the Promenade des Anglais, old town, town centre, and Albert I Garden (Jardin Albert Ier). It is also a large crossroads between several of the main streets of the city: avenue Jean Médecin, avenue Félix Faure, boulevard Jean Jaurès, avenue de Verdun and rue Gioffredo.

Place Garibaldi

The Place Garibaldi also stands out for its architecture and history. It is named after Giuseppe Garibaldi, hero of the Italian unification (born in Nice in 1807 when Nice was part of the Napoleonic Empire, before reverting back to the Kingdom of Piedmont-Sardinia). The square was built at the end of the 18th century and served as the entry gate to the city and end of the road to Turin. It took several names between 1780 and 1870 (Plaça Pairoulièra, Place de la République, Place Napoléon, Place d'Armes, Place Saint-Augustin, Piazza Vittorio) and finally Place Garibaldi in September 1870.

A statue of Garibaldi, who was fiercely in favour of the union of Nice with Italy, stands in the centre of the square. The recent rebuilding of the area to accommodate the new tramway line gave mostly the entire square to pedestrians. The architecture is in line with the Turin model, which was the norm of urban renewal throughout the entire realm of the House of Savoy.





The Cathedral.
It is a crossroads between the Vieux Nice (old town) and the town centre. Place Garibaldi is close to the eastern districts of Nice, Port Lympia (Lympia Harbor), and the TNL commercial centre. This square is also a junction of several important streets: the boulevard Jean-Jaurès, the avenue de la République, the rue Cassini and the rue Catherine-Ségurane.

Place Rossetti

Entirely enclosed and pedestrianised, this square is located in the heart of the old town. With typical buildings in red and yellow ochres surrounding the square, the cathédrale Sainte-Réparate and the fountain in the centre, place Rossetti is a must-see spot in the old town. By day, the place is invaded by the terraces of traditional restaurants and the finest ice-cream makers. By night, the environment changes radically, with tourists and youths flocking to the square, where music reverberates on the walls of the small square. The square's lighting at night gives it a magical aspect.

Place Rossetti is in the centre of the old town, streets Jesus, Rossetti, Mascoïnat and the Pont-vieux (old bridge)

Cours Saleya

The Cours Saleya is situated parallel to the Quai des Etats-Unis. In the past, it belonged to the upper classes. It probably is the most traditional square of the town, with its daily flower market. The Cours Saleya also opens on the Palais des Rois Sardes (Palace of the Kings of Sardinia). In the present, the court is mostly a place of entertainment. There are good restaurants serving typical Nicois cuisine, markets and many pubs. It is no doubt one of the most active spots in Nice.

Place du Palais

As its name indicates, the place du palais is where the Palais de Justice (Law courts) of Nice is located. On this square, there also is the Palais Rusca, which also belongs to the justice department (home of the tribunal de grande instance).

The square is also notable due to the presence of the city clock. Nowadays, the Place du Palais is alive day and night. It is particularly appreciated by youths who hangout on the steps leading to the Palais de justice, often with alcoholic beverages in hand. The place is not a large open-air bar, though concerts, films and events are frequent.

It is situated halfway between cour Saleya and place Masséna.

Cuisine:

The cuisine of Nice is especially close to those of Provence but also Liguria and Piemont and uses local ingredients (olive oil, anchovies, fruit and vegetables) but also those from more remote regions, in particular from Northern Europe, because ships which came to pick up olive oil arrived full of food products, such as dried haddock.

Nice has a few local dishes. There is a local tart made with onions and anchovies (or anchovy paste), named "Pissaladière". Socca is a type of pancake made from chickpea flour. Farcis niçois is a dish made from vegetables stuffed with breadcrumbs; and salade niçoise is a tomato salad with green peppers of the "Corne" variety, baked eggs, tuna or anchovies and olives.

Local meat comes from neighbouring valleys, such as the sheep of Sisteron. Local fish, such as mullets, bream, sea urchins, and anchovies (alevins) are used to a great extent, so much so that it has given birth to a proverb: "fish are born in the sea and die in oil"[


Region: Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

Département: Alpes-Maritimes (Präfektur)

Arrondissement: Nice

Kanton: Chef-lieu von 14 Kantonen

Höhe:8 m (0–520 m)

Einwohner: 348.721 (1. Jan. 2007)

Bevölkerungsdichte: 4.849 Einw./km²
Website: http://www.ville-nice.fr

(by Wikipedia)

PRICES: NICE

Nice has, after Paris, the highest property prices of all of France’s large cities.
The prices in Nice as a whole, 1.4.06 – 31.3.07:

- 3,376 €/m² (+12%) / apartments, old
- +9% / houses, old

An overview of city areas:

City centre, Old Town and Promenade des Anglais
In general it can be said that the centre of Nice and the coastline is occupied by wealthy nationals and above all foreign nationals.
Locations direct on the coast, the “carré d’or“ (area between Bd Gambetta and Victor Hugo /av Jean Médecin) and the residential quarter in the city centre, are expensive. The most expensive zone is the Promenade des Anglais between the Hotel Méridien and the Bd Gambetta with 6,000 €/m² to 10,000 €/m² depending on floor and size. Apartments in the “carré d’or” cost, on average, approx. 4,000 €/m² and go up to 5,000 €/m² (3)( according to (2): 4,300 to 5,800 €/m²).

In the Quartier des Musiciens, one finds lovely apartments in the “immeubles bourgeoises“ with prices between 4,500 €/m² and 6,200 €/m².

Regarding the Old Town: The apartments in the period buildings in the Old Town are seldom sold for less than 3,000 €/m² and sometimes for considerably more: This enabled e.g. an apartment with a living area of 36 m² (direct on the coast) to be sold for 200,000 € (i.e. 5,555 €/m²).

Le Port: The apartments overlooking the harbour are sought-after above all by foreign nationals and cost between 4,700 and 5,900 €/m². Rear apartments cost between 3,000 and 3,500 €/m².

Price range for old buildings: 1,600 up to 6,000 €/m²
Statistical average:
- City centre north: average 3,094 €/m²
- City centre south / inner : average 3,538 €/m²
- Promenade des Anglais / Bord de mer: average 4,253 €/m²

New building district city centre north: average 5,028 €/m²

Mont Boron
80% of the buying public are foreign nationals. Luxury villas costing between 1 and 4 million € are most sought-after, but there are very few available on the market.

A superior quality new development (very well spaced and low-rise buildings on a plot covering several hectares, wonderful view over Nice, the Bay of Angels and the Cap d’Antibes) costs approx. 8,000 €/m² to 9,000 €/m² (inquiries: www.suedfrankreich-immobilien.com)
Price in old building sector: 5,000 – 8,000 €/m²
Statistical average: 5,241 €/m²

Nice’s western hills (collines ouest)
Price in old building sector: 3,000 – 5,000 €/m²
Statistical average: 3,397 €/m²
New building sector: 5,379 €/m²

Cimiez
Cimiez is renowned as Nice’s earliest “chic“ residential quarter, which came into being at the end of the 19th century.

The development’s quality dictates the price.
Price range: 2,700 – 6,000 €/m²
Statistical average:
- Cimiez –East: 3,245 €/m²
- Cimiez résidentiel: 3,832 €/m²


North Nice
This district still has reasonable prices but due to the construction of the new tramway is already appreciating in value. Its attractiveness is increasing.

Price in old building sector: 1,700 – 4,000 €/m²
Statistical average:
- Nice Centre Nord: 3,094 €/m²
- Nice Grand Nord: 2,743 €/m²
- Nice Nord: 3,016 €/m²

Gairaut
In the district Gairaut (Nice’s Beverly Hills), villas with 200 to 350 m² living area and 1,000 to 3,000 m² plot are trading at between 1.5 and 2.5 million €.

Apartments are priced at 3,500 - 5,500 €/m².

Californie, Madelaine, Magnan
The West Nice district is a very dynamic market.

The Californie quarter (east of airport) has a price range of 2,400 to 2,900 €/m². The Promenade des Anglais costs here between 3,000 €/m² and 5,000 €/m². The largest group of buyers are Italians.

Prices in the Madelaine district range from 2,300 to 2,800 €/m².
Price range for old buildings: 2,000 to 2,900 €/m²



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2 / 3 - ROOM-APARTEMENT IN NICE / CHAMBRUN / GAIRAUT (Obj.Nr. : 01442)icon_meer

NICE - CHAMBRUN / GAIRAUT: Dans une résidence grand standing au calme. Splendide 2/3 pièces de 80 m² en étage élevé. Traversant et en excellent état. Vaste séjour de 35 m² s´ouvrant sur une profonde terrasse au Sud. Vue dégagée sur la verdure et la mer. Transformable ...

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2-/ 3- ROOM APARTMENT IN NICE / NAPOLEON III (Obj.Nr. : 01444)icon_meer

NICE - NAPOLEON III : Dans une luxueuse résidence avec parc, piscine et pool house. Lumineux 2/3 pièces d´angle de 65 m² en étage élevé. Au calme. Double séjour s´ouvrant sur une profonde terrasse ensoleillée. Vue dominante verdure et mer. Garage. Proche ...

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3-ROOM-APARTMENT IN NICE / HAUTEURS PARC-IMPERIAL (Obj.Nr. : 01445)icon_meer

NICE- HAUTEURS PARC-IMPERIAL : Dans une luxueuse résidence calme avec piscine. Splendide 3 pièces de 93 m² en avant dernier étage. Traversant et en excellent état. Vaste séjour sur une profonde terrasse de 30 m². Vue panoramique mer. Belle cuisine équipée. Décoration ...

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EXCEPTIONEL APARTMENT IN NICE CARRÉ d´OR (Obj.Nr. : 01431)icon_meer

NICE - A 50 M DE LA PROMENADE : Bien d´exception ! Splendide villa sur le toit 7 pièces de 290 m² habitables et offrant 350 m² de terrasses. Toutes les pièces sont exposées Sud ou Ouest et s´ouvrent sur les terrasses.  Habitable surface: 290 sqm + 350 sqm ...

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APARTMENT IN NICE / MONT BORON. RARE! (Obj.Nr. : 01420)icon_meer

NICE - MONT BORON : Vaste 4 pièces en dernier étage. 3 belles terrasses. Vue panoramique ville et mer. 2 garages. RARE ! Habitable surface: 122 sqm Number of bedrooms:3 Garage: 2 cars View: scenic sea view Special qualites: exceptional location, PRICE: ...

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APARTMENT WITH SCENIC SEA VIEW IN NICE / MONT BORON (Obj.Nr. : 01410)icon_meer

NICE MONT-BORON : . En dernier étage d´une résidence récente avec piscine. Superbe 4 pièces d´angle de 92 m² au calme. Traversant. En excellent état. Vaste séjour s´ouvrant sur une profonde terrasse au Sud de 20 m². Vue panoramique mer. Option 2 garages. Belles ...

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APARTMENT IN NICE / CIMIEZ (Obj.Nr. : 01411)icon_meer

NICE - CIMIEZ : Dans ancien palace à proximité immédiate du centre. Très beau 4 pièces 130 m² ayant bénéficié d´une rénovation de qualité. Large séjour avec cheminée. Nombreux rangements. Parquets, hauts plafonds. Vue Panoramique ville et mer.  Habitable surface: ...

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APARTMENT IN NICE MONT BORON (Obj.Nr. : 01413)icon_meer

NICE - MONT BORON : Magnifique appartement de 4 pièces principales (143 m²) dans un Palais datant du début du XXè siècle. Le séjour donne sur une belle terrasse face à la mer. Chaque chambre dispose de sa salle de bains. Master bed-room de 41 m². Résidence fermée avec ...

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APARTMENT IN NICE, BAS FABRON (Obj.Nr. : 01419)icon_meer

NICE - BAS FABRON : Dans une belle résidence de standing avec parc, piscine et pool house. Vaste 4 pièces traversant de 98 m² en bon état. 3 chambres. Terrasse offrant une vue mer Baie des Anges et Cap Ferrat. Double garage. Proche Promenade.  Habitable surface: 98 ...

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4-ROOM-APARTMENT IN NICE / MUSICIENS (Obj.Nr. : 01421)

NICE - MUSICIENS : Très bien situé au coeur du quartier des Musiciens. Magnifique 4 pièces en avant dernier étage. Refait à neuf. Grand séjour avec cuisine américaine, 3 chambres dont 2 sur jardin, 2 douches, 1 bain. Habitable surface: 97 sqm Number of bedrooms: ...

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APARTMENT IN NICE / BAS CIMIEZ (Obj.Nr. : 01416)

NICE - BAS CIMIEZ : 4 pièces situé au dernier étage d´un hôtel particulier datant de 1930. Appartement rénové récemment avec une décoration contemporaine. Belle hauteur sous plafonds. Calme absolu. Habitable surface: 104 sqm Number of bedrooms: 3 PRICE: ...

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APARTMENT IN NICE (Obj.Nr. : 01407)

NICE - PLACE MASSENA : Appartement exceptionnel de 125 m² donnant sur la Place Masséna. Très beaux volumes (hauteur sous plafond 3.30 m). Possibilité d´une troisième chambre. Très belle vue sur la place Masséna et sur les collines. Habitable surface: 125 ...

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BASTIDE IN NIZZA / GAIRAUT (Obj.Nr. : 01267)

Piece of land: 1625 sqm Habitable surface: 320 sqm Number of bedrooms: 5 + studio Number of bathrooms / shower rooms: 3 Swimming pool: yes View: garden view PRICE: 2,500,000 ...

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NEW BUILT APARTMENTS IN SAINT-LAURENT-DU-VAR, 3-ROOM-APARTMENT (Obj.Nr. : 02155)icon_meer

Saint-Laurent-du-Var, au coeur de la Côte d’Azur... À 10 mn de l’aéroport, au coeur de la Côte d´Azur, la ville de Saint-Laurent-du-Var est desservie par l’autoroute A8, la RN7 et la SNCF. Elle se trouve également à moins d’une heure et demie des stations de ...

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APARTMENT IN NICE / CIMIEZ (Obj.Nr. : 01399)

Very nice 3-room-apartment, 85,18m2 habitable surface, very charmy and with large terrace. Views. Situated in Cimiez near the centre. Silent and residential area. In good condition. 1 bathroom, cellar. Price: 340,000 ...

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LUXURY RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX IN NICE / MONT BORON (Obj.Nr. : 01237)icon_meer

From the “Parc Blanche de Castille”, on several hectares of land on the side of Mount Vinaigrier, take in the majestic view of the Baie des Anges at a glance. Situated above the Old Town, the Port and the Castle, away from the hustle and bustle of the Promenade des ...

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VILLA IN NICE / GAIRAUT (Obj.Nr. : 01363)

Piece of land: 1360 sqm Habitable surface: 300 sqm Number of bedrooms: 4 Number of bathrooms / shower rooms: 1/3 Swimming pool: yes Garage: yes Special qualites: GAIRAUT : Superbe villa rénovée à l’aide de matériaux haut de gamme. Cette villa décorée dans un ...

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APARTMENT IN NICE (Obj.Nr. : 01301)

Charming apartment with 60 sqm of garden. 2 bedroom apartment located in a small residence with 3 apartments. Magnificent panoramic view of the harbor, the castle of Nice and the hills. To see! Room(s) : 3 Surface : 79,15 m² Land surface : 60 m² Exposition : South ...

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EXCEPTIONAL APARTMENT IN NICE (Obj.Nr. : 01299)icon_meer

Exceptional apartment situated in a luxury residence enjoying sensational views of the port and Bay of Nice. The apartment enjoying a south westerly exposition is located on an upper floor and is composed of living room open onto large terrace, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, ...

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UPPER FLOOR APARTMENT IN BELLE EPOQUE PALACE IN NICE (Obj.Nr. : 01298)icon_meer

Upper floor apartment at the Régina! In a Belle Epoque palace, exterior recently renovated, benefitting from a swimming pool and a tennis court, extraordinary apartment with sea view, composed of a living room, a dining room, a library, Master bedroom with its own ...

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SUPERB APARTMENT IN NICE (Obj.Nr. : 01297)icon_meer

MUST BE SEEN! Palais Régina! Superb apartment in perfect condition, recently renovated and decorated. It comprises a large entrance, a sitting/dining room opening onto balconies with a stunning view of the city and the sea. Fitted kitchen, Master bedroom with its ...

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