Duplex apartment within a prestigious residence "Le Palais Meyerbeer". For sale via Savills French Riviera.
Superb period duplex apartment of 217 sq m, within a prestigious building in the heart of a one of Nices most sought-after areas.
The elegant apartment, arranged over two floors, offers high ceilings and several windows, creating spacious accommodation with maximum sunlight.
At garden level is a space of 117 sq m featuring an entrance gallery, a vast dining room and a connecting independent kitchen. A south-facing double reception room of 70 sq m leads to a garden planted with trees and benefiting total calm, rare in the centre of town.
The lower level, accessible by a beautiful wooden staircase, includes a space of 100 sq m which could be converted subject to necessary planning.
The apartment also offers direct access to a charming courtyard.
Constructed in 1908 by the architect Adrien Rey, Le Palais Meyerbeer is a listed building and remains one of the most esteemed addresses in Nice. The apartment retains much of the original period features, including high ceilings adorned with baroque mouldings, parquet floors and marbled chimneys.
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Savills French Riviera
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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.