3 bedroom penthouse for sale
France - Provence-Alps-Cote d`Azur, Alpes-Maritimes, Antibes
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- Large South Facing 22.00m2 Rooftop Terrace
- Private Access Pool
- Easy Access By Train Or Plane
- High Speficiation And Design
- Minutes To All Amenites
- Close To Unspoilt Beaches
- Total Living Space 113.23m2
- The Perfect Location
- Stunning Panoramic Views
- Two Luxury En-Suite Bathrooms
Situated in a very quiet residential neighborhood in Antibes, close to all the commodities and only a few minutes from the center of town and the beaches, this new build condo project with communal pool offers superb apartments that open onto deep terraces overlooking the bay of Golfe Juan and the Lerin islands and featuring exceptional finishings. 1 large 110 sq.mt. penthouse on the top floor with rooftop terrace and private pool.
Total Living Space 113.23m2
Lounge / Kitchen 44.48m2
Bedroom One 15.87
Bedroom Two 10.70m2
Bedroom Three 10.67m2
En-Suite One 3.43m2
En-Suite Two 3.22m2
Delivery: 1st Quarter 2015.
PARKINGS START AT 45 000€
The first town founded by the Greeks on the Riviera coast, for a long time Antibes was the only town between Marseille and Italy. The temples, monuments and an immense 3500 seat theatre bear testimony to its artistic and cultural origins, the ruins of which were built on in the Middle Ages, then in the Renaissance period in which the Chateau Grimaldi was built that later became the Picasso Museum, and Fort Carré, one of the most beautiful examples of military architecture in Europe. Since that time, far from being merely a museum piece with a glorious heritage, the town has continued to move with the times and is a living treasure. Many great artists have come here, and continue to do so, where the first festival of jazz in Europe was created. Its ancient walls have resounded with the beautiful voices of today and yesterday, offering a vast and diverse choice that delights all its visitors.
Antibes Old Town and Markets
The Cap d'Antibes is a small peninsula of paradise, you can visit it by taking the sign-posted path following the coastline which leads you into this immense park which is scrupulously maintained. It's also home to a number of millionaire's dream villas and residences. The famous "Eden Roc" hotel is reputed to be one of the most beautiful hotels in the world and can be found at the point of the "Cap". The Beach Plage which has been going for over 40 years is a delightful spot under the shadow of the Eden Roc Hotel. Our other favourite beach bar is Keller Plage incorporating Le Cesar restaurant at La Garoupe.
Plage de La Garoupe (La Garoupe Beach), on the Cap d'Antibes, used to be the favourite beach of Fitzgerald and Murphy. The Cap d'Antibes is marked by the lighthouse at the highest point.
Fort Carré and Port Vauban
Marché Provençal (covered market):
Sept-May: Tue-Sun mornings; June-Aug: All mornings
At the Cours Massena, in front of the Mairie
Fresh fruit, vegetables, fish and flowers, along with other regional products
Artisanal - Marché Provençal (covered market): Sun afternoons
Foire (clothing market): Thursday
Rue Fontvieille, behind the post office
Thursday, Saturday; 8h-19h
Place Jacques Audiberti, between the Porte Marine and the Place Massena
The old port was the heart of "Antipolis" when the Greeks had a tenuous grip on the coast. The Ligurians were crowded around the outskirts, and galleons and galleys moored in the sheltered waters. Centuries later, and centuries ago, crusaders left from here on their way to the Holy Lands. Today, Port Vauban is the largest marina in Europe.
The Large Yachts jetty, added just a few years ago, often has a row of some of the world's largest yachts berthed in the port.
The Port Vauban, created in the early 1970's in its modern iteration, includes a guaranteed 99 places for professional fishermen. The fishing boats are located at the western edge of the port, closest to the arched gateway into the old town, and handy for the fresh fish stands on the quai.
- Nice Côte d`Azur (International), 13.9 miles
- Toulon (Le Palyvestre) (International), 93 miles
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