Precious area where the Alps drop into the Mediterranean Sea, you’re very welcome to discover the place where Monégasques used to live. Les Moneghetti is located on the border with Beausoleil (France) and between neighborhoods of the Exotic Garden and Monte-Carlo, which places it as the Northcentral Ward, prevailing the Principality of Monaco.
Be ready for breathtaking views
This residential neighborhood, by its predominant position, offers you panoramic views on Monaco and the dazzling sea. It is crossed by the boulevards of the Jardin Exotique, de Belgique, and Rainier III where you will find buildings offering many luxurious apartments for sale and rent such as Soleil d’Or, characterized by a highly original architecture with panoramic sea and harbor view or overlooking the principality as at the Beverly place If you’re sensitive to the Bourgeoises style, you’ll be pleased with all the Belle Epoque constructions like the Palais du Printemps or the private mansion (hôtel particulier) Le Pavillon Diana. One of the rarest Monaco’s jewel is there to be seen: the Villa Echauguette. In a Neoclassical vibe, it offers a vast living area meticulously decorated on 6 floors, two lifts, and a private pool. Besides being just steps away from the Condamine shops and the Port Hercule, it is also just a few minutes away from the Casino and Carré d'Or. And the view is kissing the Mediterranean sea, the Prince’s Palace, and the F1 race circuit. Affordable and comfortable, you may be interested in proximity to borders when looking for office space, moreover, these sites are spacious.
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Kid-friendly let’s develop a cultural appreciation about Monaco
Among the villas of the beginning of the century, you will discover the Princess Antoinette park and its hundred-year-old olive trees which houses a miniature golf course and numerous facilities for children. As well, you will discover The New National Museum of Monaco (Nouveau Musée National de Monaco) that showcases the heritage of the Principality of Monaco and promotes contemporary artwork through temporary exhibitions at Villa Paloma and Villa Sauber. Prince’s Company of Riflemen is barracked in this area and you’ll find a local French market.