Luxury property for sale can be found throughout the Principality and ranges from studio apartments with balconies to penthouses with rooftop terraces. With such a wide variety of property throughout the districts of Monaco, from converted 19th century villas and art déco buildings, to 70s’ high rises and contemporary skyscrapers, choosing can be difficult. Here we highlight the districts of Monaco and offer insight into some of the most sought after residences.
Monte Carlo is Monaco’s most famous and most densely populated district. Several new developments have sprung up here in recent years. Among them is Petite Afrique, with its generous wrap-around terraces embellished with luxuriant vegetation. It houses apartments of between 500 and 1000 square metres and is crowned by a penthouse with a swimming pool. Residents have use of a fitness area, spa and indoor pool.
The One Monte Carlo development, inaugurated in early 2019, gave the neighbourhood 37 prestigious apartments and a brand-new shopping district. The apartments are available for long-term rental only are a full-range of hotel services are available to tenants.
Close by, the soon-to-be completed building 26 Carré d’Or comprises four 820-square metre duplexes, four five-room apartments (400sqm) and a penthouse. Like most new developments in Monaco, 26 Carré d’Or will offer residents a spa, fitness centre and pool.
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Fontvieille is the youngest district of Monaco. Real estate in this well-designed area, built on land reclaimed from the sea, is often surrounded by luxuriant vegetation. Several high-end residences here have swimming pools and gardens and many buildings offer sea or harbour views.