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CLOSE CAP FERRAT - CONTEMPORARY VILLA - FOR SALE - PANORAMIC VIEW ON ALL THE BAY OF NICE

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Close to Monaco,
SEAFRONT, wonderful contemporary villa with panoramic view on all the bay of Nice and Cap d’Antibes.
South West exposure, peacefull, beautiful land of 1200 sqm, large swimming pool with beach.
Direct access to the sea. CLose to the shops.
The villa is composed of : hall, living and dining room, master bedroom with bathroom, dressing, large terrace also 3 bedrooms with bathrooms, office.
With lift and air conditionning.
 
 

More informations

Surface : 230m²
Land surface : 1200m²
4 bedrooms
Ref : N-VJPR

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  • Taux d'impositions à NICE

    • Taxe d'habitation : 21 %
    • Taxe Foncière : 23 %


     
  • First inhabited by the Ligurians and by Massaliotes from Marseille who founded a trading post under the name Nikaia ...
    Nice ... the site was conquered by the Romans two centuries before our era. Who made a real city of nearly twenty thousand inhabitants to Christianity in the fourth century, undergoing the barbarian invasions to the fall of the Roman Empire. Nice reappeared in history at the turn of the millennium, the seat of the bishopric, prosperous, extended beyond its walls, enjoying the many monasteries that were established around. Yet, the image of a good part of Provence, wars, power struggles, epidemics, famines, began to hurt this naturally poor country.

    A resort.

    possession of the Duchy of Savoy , Nice was transformed into a fortress, ramparts which put a brake expansion but did not prevent its destruction by the French. By which it will be attached after the Revolution before returning to the House of Savoy in 1814, enjoying the peace recovered to renovate, create a port and many new constructions before in the early decades of the eighteenth century become a place of winter resort for the English first, then the Great Europe, before being permanently attached to France in 1860.

    Shopping and tourism.

    Commerçante from the Renaissance Italy and the Mediterranean in general, Nice and its region not less remained poor due to a thankless agriculture. Not taking advantage of the industrial revolution, the Nice city could finally prosper through tourism aristocratic first saw the construction of palaces, rich homes, public buildings, the Promenade des Anglais, and after the Second World War, the holiday mass.Therefore inducing a pool of tertiary jobs powered by the tourism business with the convention center and exhibition center.

    Sophia-Antipolis.

    Between sea and mountain, thirty kilometers from Italy, with a remarkable hotel capacity to accommodate the millions of tourists from around the world, an international airport, a marina and cruise university town and research with Sophia-Antipolis and several institutions of higher education, Nice has many cultural facilities including a national theater, an opera house, a conservatory. Nice that benefit pending the establishment of a high-speed rail line planned in the coming decade.

    The summer or residential areas.

    Developed around Old Nice, the city is divided between Italian and French urbanism. Narrow alleys and typical Haussmann wide streets coexist in a park where the rental property is scarce, with 13% of second homes and 7% of houses. Popular with foreigners, with many areas dedicated to summer residences and tourists in the old town, Nice is nevertheless accessible to families and retirees through newly built homes, and popular neighborhoods with more reasonable prices.
    • Department: Alpes-Maritimes (06)
    • Region: PROVENCE-ALPES-COTE D'AZUR-
    • Population: 343,300 inhabitants
    • Owners: 48.0 %
    • (Source: INSEE)





     

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