CAP DE NICE : Fruit of a high quality renovation, with refined materials and custom made cabinetry, this unique 300sqm villa overlooks the sea and offers stunning panoramas. From the entry way, thanks to all the glass doors and bay windows, the impression to dive into the sea seizes you. The view is panoramic from Cap Ferrat just until the airport, embraces all the Baie des Anges in a quiet olympian. It is comprised of an entry with closet and toilet, double living room with a triple exposure, a high end kitchen, 5 bedrooms en suite, studio. Furnished solarium with an exterior kitchen, private swimming-pool with bar. Four parking spaces. Rare and exclusive.
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, Alarm, Barbecue, Electric gate, Electric shutters, Internet, Pool, Reinforced door, Satellite, Videophone, View Sea
Energy consummation (primary energy) for heating, the production of hot water and cooling.
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Gas emissions and greenhouse effect GEG) for heating, the production of hot water and cooling.
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About the area Nice/Mont Boron:
Mont Boron, located east of the city and borders the district of the Port and the Cap de Nice, is one of the best residential neighborhoods in Nice. It consists of two hills, Mont Boron proper and Mont Alban, and a broad plateau where you will find the park of Mont Boron. Quiet and wooded, this is an area where you can enjoy panoramic views that encompass the Port of Nice and the Baie des Anges, and depending on location, a view of the bay of Villefranche . This residential area consists of Bourgeois and Belle Epoque homes, ancient palaces such as the Palace of Mont Boron that are converted into apartments and finally, very nice upscale modern buildings with terraces and parking. Highly valued by international and local clientele because of its superior position and its easy access to Villefranche sur Mer, Saint Jean Cap Ferrat and Monaco, Mont Boron also has shops and amenities nearby located in the Col de Villefranche and the Lower Corniche.