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|Surface||146 M2*||Outside Space||8 M2|
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Luxurious apartment in a private Hotel of XiX. Sea view, South exposure. The apartment has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, kitchen Les Ateliers St Paul fully equipped. Quality materials and neat decoration by architect. Read more ...
Luxurious apartment in a former private mansion of XiX. Sea view, South exposure. The apartment has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, kitchen Les Ateliers St Paul fully equipped. Quality materials and neat decoration.
In a beautiful old private mansion of Cannes LE BELLEVUE, Avenue Jean de Noailles, formerly Rothschild property, a magnificent renovated apartment of 146 m2. Absolute calm, luxurious, southern exposure, Office of Public Prosecutor, nice height under ceiling, high floor, facade and majestic and irreproachable common parts. This apartment completely renovated with taste and a contemporary architectural style consists of a large entrance hall serving a large living room, a master bedroom sea view with its private bathroom, two other rooms on course with open views , a bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen. (Kitchen Les Ateliers Saint Paul) Long balcony spinning with a breathtaking view of the islands of Lérins and Esterel. Park, Tennis court, Guardian on site Secure parkings in the park (park recently closed by gate); All important copro work has been done and done (N-2) .... nothing planned for the next few years. A cave. Charges: 420 euros / month. : cold water, heating, elevator, caretaker, concierge, park. Exceptional common areas. 10 minutes walk from the seaside.Proches all shops (Forville market) and transport. Near schools (Stanislas). History: 1st big hotel built in Cannes, work of the Cannes architect Laurent Vianay in 1858. To the 2 chalets added around 1875 was added the neighboring villa Beaulieu (IA06000233), rented in winter 1932-1933 for 50000 F. Court Cottage is destroyed. It was the architect Louis Nice Louis Peillon who divided the hotel into apartments in 1937 for the industrial Victor-Joseph Saglia and Maurice-Pierre Delahaye. Type: General Inventory of Cultural Heritage Period: 3rd quarter 19th century; 4th quarter 19th century Year of construction: 1858
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