Mont Boron, Nice, Alpes-Maritimes, 06300 | Property for sale | Savills
256 sq m(2,755.56 sq ft)
Asking price €4,900,000($5,244,847)

Mont Boron, NiceAlpes-Maritimes, 06300

    Translated From French

    Key features

    • Ref. NIC220089
    • Living area : 256 m²
    • Land area : 1800 m²
    • 3 Terraces
    • View : Panoramic, Sea
    • Orientation : South-east
    • Levels : 2
    • DPE D (228) / GES E (53)

    Sea view property with pool

    About this property

    • Situated in a peaceful location with panoramic sea views over the Rade de Villefranche and Saint Jean Cap Ferrat.
      Served by a lift, this villa offers spacious living accommodation in the main house, as well as a guest house and a pleasant landscaped fruit garden with swimming pool.

      The main house, built on two levels, comprises an entrance hall with guest toilet, a spacious 72 sq m living room with fireplace, a study facing the sea, a large en suite bedroom with numerous dressing areas and another double bedroom with bathroom. All opening onto the sunny terrace.

      The lower floor features a dining room, a large TV lounge, a double bedroom with en suite bathroom and a very large fitted kitchen.
      The guest house has two separate bedrooms, each with its own shower room.

      The swimming pool and garden are well exposed to the sun and offer lovely barbecue areas, a dining room and outdoor seating areas.

      A separate laundry room is located away from the living area.
      Parking for up to 5 cars completes this haven of peace.
      Monaco 15 minutes away and Nice just 5 minutes by car.
      Bus stop 50 metres away.

      Agency fees payable by vendor - DPE 228 kWh/m².year (D) - GES 53 kg CO2/m².year (E) - Montant estimé des dépenses annuelles d'énergie pour un usage standard : ~ 1028€ - Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Georisques website:

    Local information

    • Nice is situated around the beautiful Baie des Anges and just 30 km from the Italian border, Nice is the capital of the French Riviera and also its largest city.
    • The city has its own dialect, cuisine and traditions which have been largely influenced by the large number of years it spent as a part of Italy. Like much of the Cote d'Azur, Nice began to attract European aristocracy because of its pleasing climate and beautiful landscape.
    • Nowadays it is one of France's biggest international destinations, attracting international buyers that are interested in a seaside city with notable architecture, museums and cultural attractions of the Riviera.

    Information on the current risks to which this property is exposed is available on the website Géorisques: