- Ref. IM2312
- 1 bedroom
- 1 bathroom
- 63 m²
- 480,000 €
Low Cimiez - Montée de l'Hermitage
The former Villa Victoria was built in 1869 in the Belle Epoque style.
This historic residence was extended by Emile Bieckert, who was responsible for the development of the Carabacel district, including the construction of the Palais Langham and the former Hôtel Hermitage, designed by Nice architect Charles Dalmas.
Under his impetus in 1947, the Carlton Carabacel was transformed from a hotel into apartments.
Situated at the bottom of Cimiez, close to the town center, this character building is surrounded by a garden belonging to the co-ownership, with outdoor parking allocated to each co-owner.
In a peaceful setting, this large, recently renovated One bedroom apartment of 63 m2 is on the first floor of the residence and comprises an entrance hall that leads to all the rooms in a star-shaped layout that makes the most of the space.
The south-facing living room opens onto a bow window with a panoramic view over the town with a glimpse of the sea.
The spacious separate kitchen is fully equipped with a dining area.
The large bedroom next to the living room also faces south, with views over the city.
A large fitted dressing room adjoins the bedroom, as does a large cupboard in the entrance hall.
The bathroom has high ceilings, a shower and a wall-hung toilet.
High ceilings, old parquet floors, mouldings, all the hallmarks of the Belle Epoque with contemporary decoration, air-conditioning and armoured door.
Rare due to its location, this historic residence is ideal for a first-time buyer or a second home.
Full details and VR available upon request.
The agency fees are paid by the Seller.
Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: georisques.gouv.fr