Port, antiques district, and near Garibaldi.
Very nice 1900 building with frescoes in the common areas, lift.
Magnificent 3-room apartment renovated upscale, charm of the old combined with contemporary materials, exposed stones.
American kitchen, living room, two bedrooms, walk-in shower room, separate toilet.
Garage extra near the apartment.
Close to tramway and all shops.
Price : €525,000
Notary fees and land registration taxes excluded
Vendor fees: €26,250
Price without fees: €498,750
Port Lympia is the official name of the port of Nice. This name was given to it as a reference to a source that used to irrigate this aquatic area converted into a port and open to ships as early as 1751. The buildings around the basin, some of which are secular remain remarkable for their style evoking the buildings of the coasts of Liguria. They are also much wanted for the stunning view they offer on the Château hill or the Baie des Anges and Mont Boron on the East.
The ochre and yellow façades, the buildings with porticos, their rich ornamental decorations, the succession of archways on the Place de l'Ile de Beauté, the restaurant terraces opening onto the peaceful moorings, here everything is reminiscent of the Italian Riviera and its sweet life. The church Notre-Dame du Port seems to watch over the "pointus", the small fishermen's boats, and the sailboats, grants to this memorial area, which is also the antique dealer's stronghold, a timeless Mediterranean charm.