1-2 bedroom flat with balcony in Belle Epoque building
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South-west facing 1-2 bedroom flat with 60 sqm living area, located on the 3rd floor of a magnificent Belle Epoque building just outside of the town-centre (around a 5-minute walk away from the train station and about 10 minutes’ walk from the beach).
It offers a living room with a mezzanine and an open kitchen as well as access to a balcony with a view of the town and the sea, a bedroom, a shower-room with a toilet, and a storage room. Air conditioning throughout.
Property tax 607 Euros
Condominium Fees 117 Euros monthly
Sold with a cellar space.
Area with Apartment
2 Entrances (1.7m²)
2 Walk-in closets (1.89m²)
2 Kitchens (3.18m²)
2 Shower rooms / W.C's ( 5.02m²)
2 Bedrooms (9.2m²)
2 Living rooms/dining area (25.81m²)
2 Mezzanines (13.19m²)
1 Balcony (4.49m²)
Optical fibre broadband
Under the care of our local colleague Lars Anderfelt
Menton is the last stop on the French Riviera before the Italian coast, beautiful pastel-coloured houses, most excellent restaurants and the charming old harbour makes it an attractive choice.
It is a small town with about 30,000 year-round residents, during the high season about 90,000 people live here. Menton is sheltered by the mountains and offers, with its microclimate, the sunniest days on the entire Riviera, here the temperature varies between 5 to 17 degrees in winter, and 18 to 28 degrees in summer. The city annually houses many cultural events and party rallies, including the world-famous Lemon Festival in February-March which attracts around 250,000 visitors from all over the world.
It is not difficult to understand where the nickname "La Perle de la France" comes from.
The proximity to Italy and Monaco, in connection with convenient connections to the airport, makes Menton, just like the rest of the French Riviera, an interesting option for those who want to easily get around Europe. The city also suits you who enjoy the outdoor life, skiing and most hiking trails are within an hour's drive, it is also possible to take the local train to picturesque villages both in Italian and French.
Menton is known for its many beautiful gardens, which were largely built by the English nobility. Among the finest is Val Rahmeh, created in 1905 by Sir Percy Radcliffe and named after his wife. The Fontana Rosa Garden belonged to Spanish writer Vicente Blasco Ibanez and is a tribute to his favourite author; Cervantes, Dickens and Shakespeare. About 80% of Menton's residents are French, the rest are largely other Europeans. In view of its proximity to Italy, other languages are Italian and the locals switch easily between the two.