NICE OUEST / FABRON : On the 5th floor of a nicely plastered building with guard, in a quiet area, a lovely 3 room apartment of 78sqm with two sublime terraces offering a view of the city and panoramic sea view from Cap Ferrat to the Cap d'Antibes. To modernise, all in good general condition. The apartment is currently comprised of an entryway, living room, separate kitchen, landing, two nice bedrooms, bathroom and toilets. All the rooms open onto the terraces. Cellar and large 28sqm garage. Agency fees of 5% included at the charge of the seller.
This property is brought to you by NP Masséna agency : +33 (0)4 93 01 50 00
, Barbecue, Blinds, Caretaker, Double glazed, Electric gate, Elevator, Glass windows, Reinforced door, Videophone, View Sea
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About the area Nice/Ouest:
The west of Nice begins at Boulevard de la Madeleine and extends to the valley of the Var covering a vast territory of hills. It consists of several residential neighborhoods such as Fabron, Lanterne, Saint-Antoine Ginestière as well as Bellet and Saint Roman. By choosing to live on the western hills of Nice, one is choosing the quality of life at the expense the practicality of the conveniences from living in the city center: a few restaurants and shops nearby. However, you will definitely enjoy the spectacular panoramic views of the city, the sea and the surrounding hills, and attractive prices in comparison to other parts of Nice. The buildings are generally recent, but there are also very lovely Nicois and Bourgeois villas with beautiful Mediterranean gardens. Offering a solid rental return, these neighborhoods are enchanting with the many green areas throughout and have an easy access to the major highways. And do not forget, it is also in this area where you will find the university of Arts, Law and other large schools.