Savills | Cimiez, Nice, French Riviera, 06000 | Property for sale
228 sq m(2,454.17 sq ft)
Asking price €1,590,000(£1,373,444)

CimiezNice, French Riviera, 06000


    Key features

    • Iconic Nice résidence
    • Period features
    • Sea views
    • Spacious apartment
    • Three bedrooms
    • 228 sq m
    • DPE C (92) GES A (3)
    • Ref: NIC210031

    Elegant three bedroom apartment with sea views, set within the sought-after Le Regina residence in the Cimiez area of Nice. For sale via Savills French Riviera.

    About this property

    • Le Regina is a historic building within the popular Cimiez neighbourhood of Nice. A area of the city built on Grecco Romain origins and known for beautiful gardens, museums and excellent schools.

      Le Regina offers an exceptional lifestyle, with charming period features, concierege, security, beautiful communal gardens plus a residents' swimming pool and tennis court.

      The elegant accommodation of approximately 228 sq m is set on an upper floor, ensuring panoramic sea views with bay windows to maximise the views and light.

      In addition to an impressive entrance hall, double reception room, dining room with fireplace and walnut panelling plus a kitchen, the property includes an office, three bedrooms, three bathrooms and excellent storage.

      A double garage with mezzanine plus cellar and basement storage room complete this charming, historic apartment.

      Co ownership of 153 lots.

      Agency fees payable by the vendor. Table of fees 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.

      Savills French Riviera
      Telephone: +33 (0)4 93 87 41 45
      Email: riviera@savills.com

    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.