Luxury property for sale can be found throughout the Principality and ranges from studio apartments with balconies to penthouses with rooftop terraces. With such a wide variety of property throughout the districts of Monaco, from converted 19th century villas and art déco buildings, to 70s’ high rises and contemporary skyscrapers, choosing can be difficult. Here we highlight the districts of Monaco and offer insight into some of the most sought after residences.
La Condamine snuggles at the foot of the Rock on which the Old Town is built and is partly composed of several streets of period buildings divided into apartments. More recent mixed-use buildings contribute to the vibrancy of this district, where office workers and residents co-exist during the day.
Monaco real estate facing the famous Port Hercules is in great demand. Notable residential buildings include Palais Heracles, a prime location for Grand Prix viewing.
Behind the commercial district, the distinctive curvilinear facade of Le Stella – the most recent mixed-use development in this area – can be seen. It is composed of 99 elegantly designed duplex apartments and two villas. In summer 2019, the International University of Monaco will move into the non-residential part of the main structure.