For improved printing including floorplans use the print button on the page

print button

1 bedroom apartment for sale


France - Provence-Alps-Cote d`Azur, Alpes-Maritimes, Cannes

like this property?

Call: 03339 395359

Key features:

  • Close To The Famous Croisette
  • Minutes To Local Amenities
  • High Specification & Design
  • Large South Facing Balcony
  • Quite Residential Location
  • Delivery 1st Quarter 2015
  • The Perfect Location
  • Easy Access By Train Or Plane
  • Studios, 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments
  • Parking & Garages Available

Full description:

Property Ref: CAN-186-B206

Situated in a very quiet residential area in Cannes, close to the famous Croisette and will access to all the commodities at the base of the building, this project offers fantastic apartments, luxuriously appointed, from Studios to 3 bedroom top floor apartments that open onto large sunny terraces.

Apartment B206

Total Living Space 42.31m2
Lounge / Kitchen 20.97m2
Bedroom 12.21m2
Bathroom 4.81m2
Balcony 10.41m2

Prices From Up to
T2 262.000€ 317.000€
T3 385.500€ 401.000€

Delivery: 1st Quarter 2015



Cannes is the most glamorous of all the towns on the coast and is renowned worldwide for its annual Film Festival.

In 1834, Lord Brougham, the former English Chancellor of the Exchequer discovered the then small fishermen’s port of Cannes. At the time Cannes was nothing more than a few village houses set around what is now known as the old port. Lord Brougham, who was intending to travel to Nice, liked Cannes so much that he decided to stay. He built a villa for himself and invited many of his aristocratic friends to come and visit him. Many of them also decided to build homes in Cannes and within a few years, the town had become a playground for the rich. Hotels and restaurants followed and Cannes became a holiday destination for many of the world’s royalty. By the turn of the century, Cannes had grown to almost half its current size. Elaborate and luxurious hotels were built on the Croisette, Cannes’ seafront promenade. The most famous of these being the Carlton which was built in 1912. Its white facade is seen on televisions around the world during the film festival in May and is as much a symbol of Cannes as the Eiffel Tower is of Paris.

The 'Croisette'

Culturally, Cannes is not as interesting as Nice or Antibes but makes up for this by the enormous number of festivals and conventions which take place all year round. The film festival is the most well known but many other industry events keep the town's hotels and restaurants full 365 days a year. The Palais des Festivals with its famous red carpeted steps, is also home to the tourist office and one of the busiest casinos in the world. The immaculate Croisette is maintained by 130 gardeners and has retained its elegance despite the hordes of tourists that traipse up and down it every year. Fast food restaurants and souvenir shops have not been allowed to spoil the glamour and the Croisette is still lined with palatial hotels and designer boutiques. The hotels all have their own immaculate private beaches which are open to anyone prepared to pay. There are also two public beaches in Cannes but they are small and crowded and it’s better to go to the Plages du Midi west of the old town towards La Napoule. The Rue d’Antibes runs parallel to the Croisette and is Cannes’ main shopping street. Like the Croisette, the Rue d’Antibes is full of luxurious shops but there is also plenty for those with a more modest agenda.

Le Suquet

The area around the old port is the most interesting part of Cannes. The fishermen in their little wooden boats still go about their business despite being overshadowed by some enormous private yachts. The old town, known as Le Suquet, rises steeply from the port, crowned by an 11th century tower. The Rue Saint Antoine leads up to the top of Le Suquet and is lined with restaurants. It’s well worth not giving into the temptation to dive into one of the many excellent establishments as the views from the top of the street in the Place de la Castre are breathtaking. From here, one truly appreciates the glorious setting of Cannes surrounded by its luxurious residential suburbs with names like La Californie and Super Cannes. The square is an excellent vantage point to watch the fireworks which take place in July and August and is also the setting for numerous musical events that take place in the summer. Sauntering back down towards the port, spend some time exploring the narrow streets filled with many interesting little shops.

Cannes Markets

Walking back towards the Croisette, one finds the Allées de la Liberté, the setting for Cannes’ weekly antiques market. Walk north through this beautiful square shaded by plane trees to the Rue Félix Faure, one of the best places in Cannes to eat. All the restaurants here specialise in fish and one of the most respected is Astoux et Brun. Cannes' daily market takes place in an unusual pink building just behind the town hall. This is the place to come for meat, fish, herbs and vegetables of outstanding quality. The other essential visit for any food lover while in Cannes is the Rue Meynadier. A long narrow street full of bakers, cheese shops and every type of pasta imaginable.

This pin shows the exact location of the property as provided by the Advertiser

Nearest Airports*

  • Nice Côte d`Azur (International), 21.3 miles
  • Toulon (Le Palyvestre) (International), 85 miles

*Distances are straight line measurements. This feature is currently in beta.

Floor Plan
To view this property or request more details, contact
Property Europe Online, London

20-22 Wenlock Road, London, N1 7GU
03339 395359  Local call rate
About Property Europe Online, London

Property Europe Online Limited
Provides buyers with a unique personal service, and our aim is to go that one step further and to ensure that you find that villa, apartment or Chateaux, you’ve always dreamed about.

For Holiday homes – Relocation – Commercial property – or indeed Investment programmes
From Alpine Europe to the Mediterranean, PEO have a network of trusted professional colleagues waiting to be of service.

Selling a property? . . . . .
Then be sure to talk to one of our advisors, our buyers come from all parts of the World, so let them explain how our global marketing can rapidly find you a prospective buyer.

Our team is waiting with enthusiasm to be of service.


This is a property advertisement provided and maintained by Property Europe Online, London (reference CAN-186-B206) and does not constitute property particulars. Whilst we require advertisers to act with best practice and provide accurate information, we can only publish advertisements in good faith and have not verified any claims or statements or inspected any of the properties, locations or opportunities promoted. Rightmove does not own or control and is not responsible for the properties, opportunities, website content, products or services provided or promoted by third parties and makes no warranties or representations as to the accuracy, completeness, legality, performance or suitability of any of the foregoing. We therefore accept no liability arising from any reliance made by any reader or person to whom this information is made available to. You must perform your own research and seek independent professional advice before making any decision to purchase or invest in overseas property.

This property is marketed by:

or call 03339 395359
Calling from outside the UK? 00442081449014

Spotted an error?

In order for us to help our agents maintain accurate and up-to-date information please inform the agent if you have noticed an error with this property. If you are the vendor, please contact your agent directly.

Tell us what you think!

If you see any issues or would like to suggest improvements please send us your feedback .

We use cookies to optimise your experience on our website. If you continue we'll assume that you are happy to receive our cookies. However, if you would like to, you can change your cookie settings at any time.