€1,195,000

235m² 3 bedroom
Art, painting, but above all music is the passion that flows through this 240m² villa. It has a breathtaking view, the rolling green hills broken to the left by an unobstructed view over the world-famous St Paul de Vence village, and to the right in the distance the sea. That view carries onto the large terrace you can dine outside, the large swimming pool, and the 1,500m² of gardens. The property is made up of a 190m² villa and a 50m² independent apartment next to it. In the villa, there is a huge dining room with open stone fireplace which leads out onto the terrace and gardens. There is another smaller terrace on the other side that is cooler, to eat out on during the summer. The rest of the ground floor is made up of a kitchen, office, bedroom, bathroom, and garage. On the upper floor, there is a large master bedroom with en suite bathroom, which also has its own private veranda which is all glass giving unobstructed views. There is also another bedroom and a toilet. Like the rest of your life, you want your villa on solid foundations. This villa was built specially to resist any ground movements or earthquake activity. The new low price for a quick sale reduces seismic activity in your bank account too. Here you can have all the romance of the luxury villa with pool and stunning views, but at a price you will find hard to beat in any other property currently on the market.
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Nice
Nice is a world famous summer destination, with seven kilometres of beach and over 300 days of sun per year. Unlike other holiday destinations which are all sun and sangria, Nice to combines this with being a chic cosmopolitan city. There are events all year around, from carnivals to culture, and the evenings are awash with cafes and gourmet restaurants. It attracts families, couples young and old, and a jet-setting international clientele. Its broad appeal is one of the reasons Nice was one of only two French cities where property prices actually still went up during the financial crisis.

Advantages for a holiday home
  • One of the most desirable spots on the planet
  • Cheap flights with regular service all year around
  • Everything within walking distance of the city centre
Disdvantages for a holiday home
  • Higher capital outlay than some other holiday destinations
  • Buildings with swimming/tennis outside of the city centre
Advantages for investors
  • France's second largest airport
  • Strong demand from an international clientele
  • Sunshine around 300 days per year
Disdvantages for investors
  • Higher capital outlay than some other holiday destinations
  • Pebble beaches as opposed to sandy