The apartment of approximately 60 sqm is located on the 5th and last French Floor of a postwar building with elevator and intercom system.
The building is one Rue Francois 1er, Between Place Massena, Avenue Jean Medecin & Blvd Victor Hugo.
The living room is furnished with a sofa , an armchair, a coffee table, a cane chest of drawers and bookshelf and a foldable dining table seating 4. A large sliding bay window leads to large 30 sqm terrace facing north west.
The large terrace is very agreeable : very private environment , nice plants and garden furniture.
The modern and open eat-in-kitchen is fully equipped with induction plates, an electric oven, a refrigerator / freezer, a toaster and a coffe maker.
The first bedroom (north west exposure) has a bay window opening onto the terrace. It is furnished with a double size bed (and bed side tables). There is a large built-in closet with mirror sliding doors.
The second bedroom is furnished with a two single beds, and a built-in closet. There is a bay window opening onto a small terrace facing south and overlooking a quiet courtyard.
These bedrooms share a bathroom with a washbasin and a tub. There is a washing machine.
There is a separated toilet with small washbasin.
There is Air Conditioning in the two bedrooms and a DSL Internet access.
The apartment is located near all the shops and supermarkets. Bakeries, groceries, cafés, restaurants, laundromats, dry-cleaners ... you are in one of the French largest cities and everything is within reach. The apartment is also within walking distance to the beach. The Promenade des Anglais, place Massena and Avenue Jean Medecin are only 5 minutes walk away.
Nice, nestled amidst hills and tucked into the unrivalled setting of the "Baie des Anges", is famous for its liveliness and its dynamism. It is also, after Paris, the city that boasts the higher number of Museums in France ; among others, the Chagall Museum and the Matisse Museum. But Nice is also a real melting pot : the city has preserved numerous traces of its eventful past and the diversity of its architecture shows how numerous were the worldwide influences.
The Nice train station is served by the high-speed TGV (the "Train Grande Vitesse," only five hours from Paris). The international airport (Nice-Côte d'Azur), situated 15 minutes drive from the apartment, has been built on land reclaimed on the sea. It offers daily flights to/from New York. Otherwise most international flight connections are made through Paris. With a car, Italy is only 20-30 minutes away.