In the center of Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, Magnificent villa completely renewed with sophisticated and luxurious services, swimming pool, terraces, 1 cellar, laundry, 1 big garage, 1 parking lot, 1 harbour place with its parking lot, sea view.
Taux d'impositions à VILLEFRANCHE SUR MER
Taxe d'habitation : 14 %
Taxe Foncière : 12 %
Facilities that the Romans seem to have adopted, including the site of Portus Olivula the bottom of the bay of Villefranche. But the incessant invasions forced the inhabitants to flee the site inside the country. It was not until the late thirteenth century that these lands considered highly strategic by Charles II of Anjou, Count of Provence, welcome new people in a new town tax exempt, a free city.
A citadel defensive.
prospered Villa Franca trade through its port at the end of the fourteenth century, when the county of Savoy took possession of the Provence region, future County of Nice. In the sixteenth century, the area was devastated by the ceaseless struggle between Francis I and Charles V, then the Saracen abuses, and the Duke of Savoy built a citadel to defend the bay of Villefranche. Who received fortified natural taxes on all goods in transit, said franc in the early seventeenth century, the Port of Villefranche experienced the following century great work that enabled its extension with lighthouse, arsenal, barracks and a dry dock for shipbuilding.
This does not prevent the port and the city to suffer from the war of the Austrian Succession and its occupation by the French and Spanish troops of the Prince of Conti, but also recurrent abuses pirates. During the Revolution, and until the fall of the Empire in 1815, Villefranche was under French rule before returning to Savoy, undergoing further decline of port and commercial activities. Thereafter, finally disenclaved road then by the railroad, the place attracted world leaders and wealthy industrialists, artists as well, and took advantage of the popularity of sea bathing and winter resort.
Villefranche becomes "sur mer"
When Savoy and Nice were attached to France in 1860, the citadel of Villefranche retained its military vocation but thirty years later, the town was stripped to give birth to Beaulieu-sur-Mer and then in 1904 , Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat. Following the Second World War, the port of Villefranche hosted the 6th Fleet U.S. war until 1966 when De Gaulle decided to dispense with NATO. Then at the end of the twentieth century, it was restored citadel housed the services of the city hall and a cultural center. And finally added to his name "on-Sea" in 1988 to distinguish homonyms cities.
First cruise port in France.
First port of French cruise, seat of Oceanology Observatory, Villefranche-sur-Mer was able to retain some of its architectural heritage, including the Saint-Michel eighteenth century, St. Peter's chapel decorated by Jean Cocteau, Rue Obscure fourteenth century church a covered walkway plotted on the old walkway or the citadel classified Historical Monument. And provides Villefranchois of three museums, marinas and fishing, excluding multiple sports facilities.
One of the most beautiful bays in the world. A short distance infrastructure of large cities around like Nice , Menton, Cannes and of course Beaulieu-sur-Mer and Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat neighboring served by the Nice Côte d'Azur International Airport, Villefranche-sur-Mer property has a park with 40% of second homes and 30% of houses which combines beautiful villas that overlook one of the most beautiful bays in the world, townhouses along the lanes and recent constructions in the periphery.
Titulaire de la carte professionnelle délivrée par
la Préfecture des Alpes maritimes 10555 (5952T)
Caisse de garantie GALIAN n° 26864, 89 rue de la Boétie, 75008 Paris
TVA intracommunautaire FR 473839 50003 | déclaration CNIL n°1768278