Named for the remarkable botanical garden « Jardin Exotique » designed by Monegasque engineer Louis Notari on the wishes of HSH Prince Louis II located nearby, this is is one of the most unique neighborhoods of the principality. It is Bordering France with towns of Cap d’Ail and La Turbie but overhanging Fontvieille, La Condamine, and Monaco-Ville.
If you’re looking for a different perspective on Monaco, we suggest you turn your attention towards the properties for sale and rent with well-enjoyed outdoors and breathtaking views. It is also just a little ways away from La Condamine and the Port of Fontvieille and very accessible through stairways, public lifts and escalators.
A brand-new building named L’Exotique, constructed by Rudy Ricciotti the principal architect of the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations (Mucem) in Marseille, is about to be delivered in 2021 with very unique features. This luxurious residence with concierge, pool, and spa has very large surfaces, a new privatized soundproof tunnel and they project to install an exceptional funicular.
Moreover, in the context of the Energy Transition driven by HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco and the desire to respect environmental challenges the new architectural creations as la Villa Troglodyte will start you thinking about Monaco in a different way. Indeed, this sumptuous innovative ‘eco’ villa is the first one is approximately 220 square meters with six floors, three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a swimming pool carved into the bedrock. This construction is a masterstroke awarded three times, receiving the Gold Level label of “Mediterranean Sustainable Buildings Label”.
Travel for a moment to Iran and let yourself be transported by the unique architecture
Villa Ispahan, erected in 1910 by Iranian prince Arfa Mirza Riza Khan. It is an architectural replica of the Isfahan mosque, recognizable by its blue mosaics. Ceramic tiles are indeed a unique feature of the religious building of Isfahan, currently the third-largest city in Iran, formerly the capital of the Persian Empire under the Safavid dynasty between the 16th and 18th centuries.
Living in Jardin Exotique will benefit you with quick access to the A8 Autoroute, the main artery that links Monaco with Nice Côte d’Azur Airport, and the rest of the French Riviera.
Jardin Exotique is in a strategic position at the north-western side of Monaco. It isn’t as busy as the city center but it has everything to keep residents entertained: local shops, a museum with Monaco’s cave, a theatre, and of course the Exotic Garden which is plentiful of thousands of rare succulent plants.
Also, there are found leading amenities such as the Princess Grace Hospital, the Principality’s state-of-the-art hospital which includes a maternity wing as well as a pediatric emergency department.
You might want to consider looking into properties for sale in Jardin Exotique if you are looking for a quiet residential place in the French Mediterranean. It is a calm location with many apartments overlooking the Principality of Monaco and the sparkling sea.
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