Savills | Nice Fabron, French Riviera, 06200 | New homes for sale
419.79 sq ft(39 sq m)
Guide price €322,000 -​ €372,000(£273,490 -​ £315,957)

Nice FabronFrench Riviera, 06200


    Key features

    • Sought after residential area
    • Swimming pool in residence
    • Beautiful landscaped grounds
    • 1 bedroom apartments
    • Delivery from 3 trimestre 2023
    • 39 sq m
    • DPE / GES : N/A
    • NIC210133

    1 bedroom apartments within a new residence with pool and stunning views, in a calm and natural setting ideally located for local amenities. For sale via Savills French Riviera

    About this property

    • A superb new residence in the popular Fabron area in the heights of Nice, featuring a beautiful private swimming pool and a landscaped garden.

      The apartments feature high quality fixtures and fittings, designed to provide maximum comfort and luxury.

      The apartments all open onto generous outdoor spaces, designed to be used as an extension of the indoor living area.

      The residence benefits from a prestigious location in natural setting offering privacy and calm, surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation such as olive trees, citrus fruit trees, fig trees and pines.

      The location is sought-after for its stunning unobstructed panoramic views, and is ideally situated for the A8 motorway, schools and local amenities. Ideal for first time buyers or as a rental investment.

      Delivery expected from 3rd quarter 2023.

      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.

      Savills French Riviera
      +33 (0)4 93 87 41 15
      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.