Located in the eastern half of the 'Melisande' building this 380 sq.m triplex townhouse is accessible either over one flight of stairs down from the parking zone or by lift which stops on a privatized floor. Before accessing the main door one has to cross a suspended terrace with panoramic sea view.
The top level of this unit is devoted to receiving and features entry hall, large living room that is opened out to teak wood terrace. From here one dominates the entire surrounding and is entertained by unceasing light show of the sky reflecting in the sea and maritime traffic entering and exiting the port of Nice.
The middle level is composed from airy living area that opens on two terraces through wall-to-wall sliding windows and reaches further out towards the infinity of the sea. The entire interior of this residence opens on to a patio through glassed walls bringing even more light to the back of all rooms. Inside and outside kitchen, cellar, lovely private swimming pool and a WC complete the floor.
The bottom level features master bedroom with a large dressing, two independent bedrooms, each with private bathroom. This floor opens to a covered sea view loggia on the outside and to teak wood patio on the inside.
Private elevator connects all levels. There is an independent parking area for 3 to 4 cars.
Once home to a Nobel Prize laureate, Palais Maeterlinck is currently being transformed into 18 state-of-the-art residences without equal in Europe. The property encompasses more than 3 hectares of landscaped grounds, including a formal park with gravel paths and decade-old cypress trees. The estate's main swimming pool is flanked by 20 metre tall Greek columns. A private beach with a dedicated swimming pontoon invites residents to enjoy beach life at its best.
More details about this exclusive project:
http://www.palais-maeterlinck.com - CF5387