Real estate La Lanterne in Nice
Avenue de la Lanterne is special because it starts almost at sea level with Avenue de la Californie and ends at the top of the hill of Nice Ouest by Avenue de Fabron and Boulevard de Montréal. This particularity generally involves 2 real estate zones, the "lower Lantern" and the "upper Lanterne".
The "Haut Lanterne" is located between Boulevard Napoléon III for the lowest part and Avenue de Fabron for the highest part, at the top of the hill. There are the most luxurious apartments, sometimes with a panoramic sea view, a quiet environment and great amenities. Note the presence of a separate residence called "Les belles terres", built in 1975, it is a prestigious address at the top of the hill of Nice Ouest. Very sought after, it has 3 buildings, a large swimming pool, tennis courts, a landscaped park, shops, secure access and high quality apartments.
A list of popular residences on this avenue: "Les Cyclades", "Arcadia II", "Les Hauts de la Lanterne", "Les Belles Terres", "Résidence Florval", "Les Mimosas", "Les Terrasses Royales", "Résidence Baie des Anges", "Le Rochefort", "Le Guépard", "Le Beverly", "Résidence Florval", "Le Vistaero“, "Villa Casabianca", "Azurbay", "Le Manoir", "Acropole", "Queen's Residence", "Les Terres Marines" and "Victoria Residence".
The "bas Lanterne" is a district located between Boulevard Napoléon III and Avenue de la Californie. Its proximity to the expressway (voie Pierre Mathis) and a densely populated area makes it similar to a city center habitat with the advantages and disadvantages that come with it. This area is lively, close to many shops and the beaches of the Baie de Anges. Note the quick access to the Nice Tramway line, a real advantage for getting around cheaply and without wasting time in the center of Nice and soon to Cagnes-sur-Mer. There are apartments with very good value for money, it is a choice for those who want a quality living environment with often beautiful surfaces. Perfect for investors who want both a good rental return but also an apartment that will not depreciate over time.
Examples of low lantern buildings: "Le Ferber", "Rose d'Azur", "Le Castiglione", "France Azur", "24, avenue de la Lanterne", "Résidence La Lanterne", "Résidence Sonora", "Les Almadies", "Carré Rubis", "Résidence Saint-François", "Le Jardin de l'Infante", "Résidence Suzanne" and "La Madrague".