Cannes, Nice and Monte Carlo – These three principal locations taken together with the stunning coast-line in between remains the most glamorous of all Mediterranean playgrounds. Nice is the principle gate-way to it all.  Cannes and Monte Carlo are 30 minutes by car on either side of Nice. Private jets can land at Nice airport and the port provides moorings for luxury yachts. If sheer convenience tops the list of desirable attributes, then the search for a luxury property has to begin in Nice itself  

Paradise Properties offer a one-stop shop to finding the ultimate luxury property in Nice. We work as brokers with all the major luxury real estate agencies in the city.

Vista Villas

Palatial Penthouses

Beau Bourgeois

Villas with pools and panoramic sea views are like gold dust on the French Riviera.
Luxury pads with terraces are the ultimate city status symbol. The city of Nice has build up over hunderds of years, with much of it listed and protected buildings, so the rarity of a large apartment with a large open outside space means it is in much demand.
Those who enjoy a more aristocratic lifestyle will be spoilt for choice as many of Nice’s finer buildings were build during Victorian times with high ceilings and intricate detail.

We’ve selected three areas to illustrate the breath of pure luxury the Nice property market has to offer:

Promande des Anglais

– The stretch of the Promenade des Anglais between the venerable Negresco Hotel and prestigious 1 Promenade des Anglais (the site of the Le Méridien hotel) is where super-luxury apartments are to be found providing a much sought after near view of the sea. Close by are the chic shops, restaurants and the beach and with the old town and flower market still within a reasonable walking distance.

Mont Boron

– If an even more stunning sea view needs to be combined with larger detached properties with grounds big enough for a swimming pool and eating out on a generous sized terrace then Mont Boron provides much to choose from. These superior advantages are traded for distance from the centre of Nice.

Victor Hugo

– The influence of Belle Époque architecture can be found in many of the wealthier parts of Nice including Boulevard Victor Hugo. This is a good place to start to look for properties that offer a timeless gracious affluence.

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