Beaulieu-sur-mer, French Riviera, 06230
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- 1 bedrooms
- Beautiful Belle Epoque residence
- Ideally placed for the beaches
- Sea view
- Balcony of 10 m
- 68 sq m
- DPE D (217) GES D (33)
Property descriptionApartment with balcony and sea view in a beautiful Belle Epoque building in the heart of Beaulieu-sur-Mer, ideally placed for the beaches. For sale via Savills St Jean Cap Ferrat
The seaside town of Beaulieu lies between Nice and Monaco (11km) and borders the popular locations of Saint-Jean Cap Ferrat, Eze and Villefranche.
The literal translation of Beaulieu is “beautiful place” and this town truly lives up to its description. Set between sea and mountains, the location offers a beautiful range of architecture, a modern marina, excellent restaurants and a range of amenities within the pretty and busy town centre. Property in this area ranges from modern apartments to luxury villas and Belle époque property.
The architectural icon Villa Kerylos, dating from the early 1900s draws visitors to this charming location. Nice international airport lies 17km to the west of Beaulieu.
Magnificent apartment with a sea view, in the heart of Beaulieu-sur-Mer, ideally placed for the beach, local shops and schools.
The spacious apartment of 68 sq m is located within a beautiful Belle Epoque palace dating from 1885, with the facade renovated in 2020.
The property features a reception room with open fitted kitchen, 10 m balcony, an adjoining reception / dining room, a bedroom with fitted wardrobes, a mezzanine, a shower room with laundry area and separate toilet.
A cellar in the basement completes this superb property.
Built in 1885 under the name Hôtel des Anglais opposite the train station, the residence was the first hotel establishment opened in the town in 1885. It has since hosted the elite of the European aristocracy during the winter.
The ironwork on the balconies was inspired by the Art Nouveau style, each floor features a frieze in a different theme. The central dome, supported on the main facade by four caryatids, displays the royal coats of arms of Great Britain and Ireland with the representation of the lion and the unicorn.
The hotel was frequented by one of Queen Victoria's sons and brother of Edward VII, Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn. The building also served as a military hospital during the first World War, before being transformed into an apartment building in 1939.
Agency fees at the charge of the vendor. Fee table available online at savills.fr and on request.
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Savills St. Jean Cap Ferrat
+33 (0)4 93 76 80 80
Apartment In Belle Epoque Palace, Beaulieu-Sur-Mer, French Riviera, France
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