Maeterlinck Palace; unique heritage of the French Riviera

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Acquired by Maurice Maeterlinck, this Belgian winner of the Nobel Prize of literature, has turned this amazing villa, unique heritage of the French Riviera, into a private mansion and Grand Hotel after the second world war.

Bought in 2012 by Czech billionaire Radovan Vitek, and in partnership with Sotheby’s International Realty, Barclays bank and JP GOMIS architects, Palais Maeterlinck is now converted in 18 “state-of-the-Art”residences without equal in Europe. Located in Nice, the seafront estate offers privacy, security and breathtaking 180° views on the Mediterranean sea. Its residents have the exclusive option to have their private homes custom-designed and furnished by one of the world’s leading names in luxury lifestyle: Ralph Lauren Home.

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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 with almost Olympic proportions ; It is one of the French Riviera’s biggest pools. A private beach with a dedicated swimming pontoon invites residents to enjoy beach life at its best.

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For sale, the apartment Blue Bird P21 with a surface area of 337 m² benefits from 146 m² of terraces, a lounge with loggia terrace, a rooftop terrace and 3 en suite bedrooms with terraces.

Artisan chauffagiste à Nice Myprogaz