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|information:> 3 months. Utilities not included.|
Located in Nice’s famous Rue d’Angleterre, this 45m2 (484ft2) apartment is in the southern part of Nice. Located blocks away from Gare de Nice Ville and 1.2 km (0.7 miles) to the beach, the 2 room apartment is in a prime location. The apartment is additionally found next to a selection of cafés and diverse types of restaurants, from fine dining to Chinese cuisine, the closest of which is about 480 meters (0.3 miles) away.
Found on Rue d’Angleterre, the apartment enjoys a living room with an open kitchen, and a bedroom with a queen size bed and full bathroom, as well as air conditioning. The fully furnished 2 room apartment, located on the 5th floor (6th North American floor), has tiled floors and a window. The building has an North West exposure, and boasts a security intercom.
The 25m2 (269ft2) living room is furnished with a couch, small shelf, coffee table, and an armchair. Additionally, it includes a TV with cable. The open kitchen, located in the back of the living room, is equipped with a fridge, oven, toaster, microwave, and freezer. Next to the kitchen, you will find a dining table and its 4 accompanying chairs. The tiled bathroom has a shower. There is a washbasin, shelves and a WC. The washer is also located in the bathroom.
The apartment is located on Rue d’Angleterre, in the southern part of Nice. There is much to do and see in this bustling city. Nice is a large city of the French Riviera. This town is very attractive for tourism and the climate is one of the best in France. The apartment is located less than 2km (1.2 miles) from the famous Promenade des Anglais. Very close to Monaco and the Italian border, Nice is ideally located. In about an hour drive from Nice you will have access to some skiing resorts. In a 25 minute tramway trip, you can go to Plage de Carras (Carras beach). Check out the Chagall and Matisse museums, or explore the city and its diverse architecture, that shows how numerous were worldwide influences.