Located near the city center of Nice, the district of Mont Boron is probably the most residential district of Nice. It has an exceptional housing estate, with many bourgeois houses, old palaces and architectural works such as the English Castle. This area stands out with its huge natural park of 57 hectares, where many protected species, aromatic plants, olive trees, oaks, parasol pines are present. You can enjoy this area on foot or by bike, through its trails. The layout of the properties at the foot of the hill offers a breathtaking panorama! The port of Nice, called "Port Lympia" is a trendy and lively neighbourhood. A lot of work has led to this renewed attractiveness, such as the launch of a tramway line, or the development of some pedestrian streets. Nice Mont Boron and Port Lympia constantly attract the curiosity of foreign and local investors.
|Surface type (Av.):||120 m2||250 m2|
|Min price (Av.):||800,000 €||1,700,000 €|
|Med price (Av.):||1,200,000 €||3,500,000 €|
|Max price (Av.):||1,800,000 €||5,000,000 €|
Even though market prices have declined over the last five years, considering it to be stalled, the market has been stable since 2014. It allowed a slight increase in prices. This stabilization has led to an increase in available offers at more competitive prices. As a result, in areas such as Nice, Antibes and Cannes, the number of transactions is up. Saint‐Tropez hadn’t been spared, after having exceptional years, and experienced crisis. But since 2016 transactions has begun to restart. Today, investing in Cote d’Azur is also a guarantee of profitability. In addition, foreign buyers have favorable legislation and benefit from the euro decrease against dollar. These elements allowed to relaunch a market frozen since few years.
Cote d'Azur attracts a clientele of wealthy local families, liberal professions workers, business leaders or senior managers, as well as a diversified international clientele looking for quiet, green and close location to the city center for holidays, with an easy access and many cultural activities.
Before any investments, international foreigners must approach an industry professional to know the conditions related to this investment. This professional must first collect the primary information of the purchaser, his nationality, his country of residence, his professional situation and his matrimonial regime. Members of the European Union and countries signatories to a special agreement with France, benefit from special regimes. On the other hand, foreign buyers do not need to constitute a company to benefit from another status and therefore depend on a different legal and fiscal regime.
From October to April temperatures are at the lowest on the Cote d'Azur, even if they rarely fall below 10 degrees.
Moreover, it is during this period that the Cote d'Azur records the most precipitation.
From April to September, temperatures range from 20 to 30 degrees. The months of June and September are the most pleasant, temperatures are slightly lower and their tourist power of attraction is less important.
From July to August, with more than 800 hours of sunshine, this is the most beautiful period to stay on the Côte d'Azur.
It is also the most popular period for tourists from all over Europe.
Its construction goes back to the middle of the XVIII century and it is staggered over more than 150 years. It then comprised an artificial port made up of two basins, an arsenal and a wharf. Its creation benefits from new economic and commercial prospects essential to the development of the city. Port Lympia is a real architectural gem, which contains several important places and monuments, the oldest of which is "The Lympia Barracks". It is today, a place of anchorage for yachts and pleasure boats. It is also the only port to serve Corsica by High Speed Ship. For years, the district has developed, and today it is THE trendy area where you should go out in Nice. The area is animated by numerous bars, and restaurants mainly specialized in fish and traditional Mediterranean cuisine.
Situated on the hill of Mont Boron, Fort of Mont Alban, built in 1560, dominates the Bay of Angels of Nice and the Rade of Villefranche-sur-Mer.
It consists of a square bastion with a tower at each corner.
Built on top of a hill of 220m, it offers a superb 360 degree panoramic view on the surroundings.
The access to the fort is not easy, it can be reached either by car through a narrow road, or, on foot after climbing the hill.
Once arrived, it is possible to appreciate the exterior visit of the castle, because the visit of the inside is not allowed (for the moment).
Located on the rocky slopes of South-East of Mont-Boron, the "Château de l'Anglais" is an emblematic construction of the holiday resort of Niçoise of the second part of the XIXe century.
It was the constructor and Colonel English "Smith" who built it in 1856. This castle is not a tourist place, as it has almost always been used as a private residence. The castle with Gothic and Oriental influences stretched uninterruptedly to the sea, but nowadays, several real estate agencies share the different buildings and gardens that are nowadays a condominium.
Since 2000, the castle has been classified as an "Historic Monument
Located in the South-East of France, Côte d'Azur covers part of the Bouches du Rhone, the Var department, the Maritimes Alps and the Principality of Monaco.
Its geographical position gives it the advantage of a Mediterranean climate, soft and sunny.
Moreover, Cote d'Azur benefits from a wide range of landscapes: the charm of its sunny beaches, the Calanques of the Provences coastline, which offer a protected and idyllic panorama, but also landscapes made up of valleys dedicated to the agriculture and vines.
All these elements make the Cote d'Azur a place highly appreciated by foreign investors.
The activities developed by tourism and economics activities allow prestigious real estate, hotels, ...