Monaco Districts: Which one is best for your Investment

Choosing which district of Monaco to buy a property in depends upon your tastes, budget and lifestyle. A family’s ideal neighbourhood could be very different from one suited to retirees or single professionals. People move to the principality for a variety of reasons, ranging from business to lifestyle. As any decent Monaco map highlights, it is small enough (just two square kilometres) that you are never far from anything you may need, whether that’s a hospital, supermarket, or even France! However, there are eight distinct Monaco districts, which we’ll outline below.

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Villa on Top: A Luxury Monaco Penthouse for Sale

How would you like your very own villa perched high above Larvotto Beach? La Costa Properties is delighted to present an exclusive Monaco penthouse for sale La Rousse-Saint Roman district. If you’ve been looking for a villa for sale in Monaco however are finding the market rather limited, this villa/penthouse hybrid is a rare find in Monaco with its rooftop swimming pool and Jacuzzi.

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Top Tips for Creating the Perfect Small Garden in Monaco

Monaco has an ideal climate for verdant gardens, but space limitations can mean that the Principality’s green spaces are significantly smaller than elsewhere on the Riviera. Fortunately, the lack of space has only encouraged residents, business owners and gardeners to be more creative and ambitious when designing diminutive gardens which thrive. Monegasque residents – including HSH Prince Albert II – are keen gardeners who happily experiment with roof terraces, small gardens and window boxes. When looking for a villa for sale in Monaco with a small garden or an apartment with a terrace in Monaco, here are some important considerations.

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An Update on Monaco’s Land Reclamation Project

Monaco is one of the most desirable places in the world to find a property, but its small size limits options. With 40,000 people entering the Principality to work each day, space has become even more difficult to find. The ambitious Monaco real estate project to reclaim land from the sea is the latest ambitious initiative designed to add more land to the Principality. The L’Anse Portier (or Portier Cove in English) project will develop 15 acres of land in the Mediterranean to create luxury homes for up to 1,000 residents. It’s a hugely anticipated outcome for property investors and Monaco real estate agencies alike.

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Learn More About the Population of Monaco

The data from Monaco’s 2016 census has recently been released. The survey, which is carried out on average every ten years, provides a captivating snapshot of how many people call the Principality home (as of June 7th, 2016), as well as who they are and where they live. It’s a valuable resource for anyone looking to buy or rent an apartment in Monaco, or do business in the Principality. So what can we learn from the report’s key figures?
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