Listed as a historic monument, this former hotel was built in 1900 by the Nice architect Jules Sioly for Madame Sabatier, the sponsor, who signed a commercial lease with the Swiss hotel owner Candrian.
It is characterized by the neo-Moorish style of its facades.
The three-room apartment located on the top floor is composed of two bedrooms, a large living room, two bathrooms, a dressing room and a laundry room.
A studette can be acquired in additional cost.
Agency fees due by the seller.
Sales fees in France at the expense of the seller.
In Monaco there will be always a buyer fee of 3%.
For holiday rentals in France 20-25% of the rental amount at the expense of the tenant.
For long-term rental in France 13 EUR/Sqm at the expense of the tenant