NICE CIMIEZ : Exclusive. Set back from avenue Leopold II, first choice location in the best part of Cimiez for this individual 1900's town home with 165sqm of unique charm niched in greenery, quiet and sunny. Easy to live, the daytime living area located on the street level offers a nice living area that has a south west exposition with 3m high ceilings, equipped separate kitchen with granite countertops, nice closets and guest toilets. On the upper floor, another closet and 2 bathrooms, 3 bedrooms with closets and balconies with green view and accesses the Mirador, open air terrace offering a beautiful sea view. The mid floor has a 4th bedrooms with closet, a second living room (tv, game or music room), laundry room, bathroom, and a clearing. Refined finishings with integrated climate control, double paned windows, alarm, without much maintenance with paved walkways, planters, hedges, and 4 parking spaces. In excellent condition. Rare and exceptional, better than an apartment without charges. Agency fees included 5% at the charge of the seller.
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Alarm, Barbecue, Double glazed, Electric gate, Electric shutters, Glass windows, Internet, Interphone, Irrigation, Safe, View Greenery
Energy consummation (primary energy) for heating, the production of hot water and cooling.
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About the area Nice/Cimiez:
Cimiez, located on the hills just minutes from downtown, is exclusively residential. Ancient headquarters of the Roman city Cemenelum whose ruins are still visible today on the Cimiez Arena site is where the Nice Jazz Festival takes place every year. This neighborhood was home for nearly a century to all European elite with its beautiful palaces like the Regina built by architect Biasini, the Winter Palace, the Majestic, the Riviera Palace, the Grand and Petit Palais and are all now highly sought after residential buildings. From a cultural point of view, the hills of Cimiez houses the Monastery of Cimiez, the Chagall Museum and the Matisse Museum, as well as many plazas and parks. People live here for its Bourgeois style luxury apartments and modern homes with terraces and garages, some with magnificent sea views, or for its exceptional mansions, mostly Belle Epoque inspired and largely restored.