€929,000

102m² 2 bedroom
This has to be the definition of a luxury penthouse. This duplex has the sleeping quarters on the ground floor, with two good size bedrooms both having their own en-suite bathroom and plenty of cupboard and storage space. Both bedrooms lead out via the bright sunny sliding doors onto a large 60m² terrace with a panoramic view all the way to the sea. The marble staircase leads up to the living area, though it is also possible to install a lift. The huge living room has an open plan kitchen, and the word is opulent with marble flooring and decorative features. The large bright sunny windows open up onto an enormous 90sqm terrace, giving a total of 150m² of terraces. All the mod-cons are there: double-glazing, air-conditioning, electric shutters and electric window shades throughout. It comes with a double size garage, with secure remote controlled entry. It is in a prestigious building only 300m from the sea, and easy walking distance to the restaurants and shops. There is even a planned tram stop right outside when they build the Cagnes-sur-Mer to Nice tram line. To top all this off, there are even very low monthly charges of €180 and yearly tax of €930. An exceptional property to be seen as soon as possible.
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Nice West
Though the Promenade des Anglais starts from the airport, the 'nice' part begins as you nearly reach Boulevard Gambetta. What exists in between is B-grade property for those that need a sea view but do not want to pay top dollar. Parallel behind lies Avenue Californie, rather run down and lined with mini-marts and pizza parlours. The local University and business school, however, give it potential for cheap purchases for student letting.

Advantages for a holiday home
  • Sea view and a terrace for under €500k
  • Access to airport and motorway
Disdvantages for a holiday home
  • Public transport shuts down 9pm
Advantages for investors
  • Sea view for a bargain price
  • Access to both the airport and city centre
Disdvantages for investors
  • Too far from the city centre by foot