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Picturesque medieval village and coastal resort

Nestled between Monaco and Menton, Roquebrune Cap Martin has been a popular sea-side resort renowned for its climate since the end of the 19th century.

To discover Roquebrune Cap Martin take a leisurely stroll along the footpath around Cap Martin to Monaco which will enable you to appreciate the quiet residential areas of the Cabb and Golf Bleu. Here we find residences on the waterfront and waterfront Belle Epoque villas, this is also an opportunity to appreciate Roquebrune Cap Martin s contemporary architectural heritage with Le Cabanon by Le Corbuiser and Villa E-1027 designed by Eileen Grey in 1929.

For real estate buyers the most sought-after areas are the plateau of Cap Martin and Roquebrune Saint Roman. On the plateau of Cap Martin we find the Private Domain of Cap Martin, an ultra-exclusive domain of waterfront villas, several Belle poque in style offering panoramic views of Monaco and the Cabb and beaches of the Golf Bleu. On the tip of Cap Martin is the residence Grand Hotel of Cap Martin once a hotel frequented by the crowned heads of state in the early 19th century, built in 1891 by the architect George Tersling the architect of the Rivera, it is now a luxury waterfront residence with private beach, swimming pool and tennis courts in extensive luxurious gardens.

Roquebrune Saint Roman is the area immediately at the exit of Monaco, properties in this area offer immediate access to the tennis courts of Monte Carlo Country Club, the Monte Carlo Beach Club and the Monte Carlo Bay Hotel and for night-time entertainment the Sporting and Jimmyz nightclub are close at hand.

The medieval village is just off the Grande Corniche, the village is built around Château Grimaldi an ancient fortress originally built in 970. The village is typically medieval with many streets full of character. Townhouses can be found here for buyers looking for a property of character in a wonderful setting.

Other residential areas to consider are the Toracca and the Hameau. The Torraca is located on a headland next to the medieval village, here villas offer panoramic views of Monaco and the coastline to Bordighera in Italy. The Hameau is a residential area only ten minutes drive from Monaco of individual villas, popular with those working in Monaco as well as overseas buyers who appreciate the calm environment with views of the town and the peninsula of Cap Martin.

Should you be interested in buying a villa or apartment or a seasonal rental of a luxury property we can offer many properties in Roquebrune Cap Martin..

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