Reception Room
1,144.20 sq ft(106.30 sq m)
Asking price €990,000(£873,267)

Victor HugoNice, French Riviera, 06000


    Key features

    • Apartment in a Belle Epoque palace
    • Sought-after area in central Nice
    • Fully renovated
    • Light and spacious with air-conditionning throughout
    • 2 en suite bedrooms
    • 106.28 sq m
    • DPE = in progress
    • NIC190039

    Fully refurbished 2 bedroom apartment in a Belle Epoque palace, in a prestigious area in central Nice. For sale via Savills French Riviera.

    About this property

    • Beautiful two bedroom apartment located within a Belle Époque palace built in 1908 and listed as a historical monument.

      The accommodation of 106.28 sq m features a spacious reception room of approximately 40 sq m offering stunning views of the building's gardens. The two en suite bedrooms offer a shower room and/or bathroom.

      The apartment retains many of the traditional historic details, such as hardwood parquet floors, antique marble fireplaces and high ceilings adorned with cornices and baroque mouldings.

      Fully refurbished to a luxurious standard, it benefits from the addition of tasteful modern design features for example the Porsche Design kitchen, double glazed windows offering maximum sunlight, and air-conditioning throughout.

      Situated in a prestigious area in the heart of Nice, the property is ideally located for all local amenities and the centre of town.

      Agency fees at the charge of the vendor Fee table available online at savills.fr and on request.

      Please note, the map does not show the exact location of the property and all measurements are approximate, this data is provided for guidance purposes only.

    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.