Cours Saleya - Flower Market Nice - 2 BDR - 2 bath - AC


5 Person(s)

2 Bedroom(s)

2 Bathroom(s)

1 Toilet(s)

Oui

Wifi

Ethernet

Public Payant

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hat a beautiful situation for this apartment completely redone, at the end of 2019, with taste and passion for beautiful things, by the owner himself.


At 2 steps of the Cours Saleya, in a small building of the old Nice, on the second floor, without elevator, we propose you an apartment of 2 rooms and 2 shower-rooms, an independent WC!

The more, a balcony for the breakfast, the aperitif, at the return of beach or the market.


The rooms are located in a quiet area.


The air-conditioned living room, is open on the kitchen offers 2 doors window opening on the balcony with an overview on the course Saleya!

The beach? It is 2 minutes away by foot!

Book with Boris

Professional of the seasonal renting, I will have a great pleasure to welcome you
Licence : 060880114853DP
Equipments
2 Bedroom(s)
2 Bathroom(s)
1 WC
Wifi, Ethernet
Public Payant

TV

Kitchen

Dishwasher

Lave linge

Dryer

Coffee machine

Heater

Balcony

Bedding
2 double bed(s) 140*190cm
1 Baby Cot
1 Sofa Bed
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Some great pictures of the rental
Shower room
laundry room with independant WC
Balcony in the old Nice
Facade of the building on Barillerie Street

The neighborhood of this beautiful rental in Nice

If you want to enjoy the city of Nice and live in the most typical area of the city, then you are in the right place! You will have all the best fruits and vegetables at your feet, with the added pleasure of discovering our farmers in the back country! Also, all around, many restaurants and bars will allow you to spend unforgettable moments at less than one minute of walk! The sea and the beach are 1 minute away, quai des Etats unis and plage Castel. The old town tells the story of Nice's medieval past with its monuments, its baroque palaces and its nightlife. Eminently picturesque, it is characterized by its narrow streets, its high buildings, its arches topped by several floors that span the streets, its staircases that connect the different levels, its winding alleys, its squares and its restaurant terraces. Built in the 16th and 17th centuries, rehabilitated in the 1950s and now well presented, it remains a moving testimony of the past. Dotted with small stores selling local specialties that smell of spices, scented candles and the scents of the Midi, the old town of Nice is also the place to find restaurants with secret rooms and pizzerias whose terraces overflow onto the street. Its narrow streets offer tourists its French-Italian Renaissance atmosphere, the light ochre of its facades, its half-closed shutters preserving the intimacy of its occupants or the truculence of its merchants who call each other in authentic Nissart, the local language.