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Contemporary Monaco Studio Overlooking Cap Martin Housed in Parc...

Contemporary Monaco Studio Overlooking Cap Martin

Housed in Parc Saint Roman, a luxury residence close to Monte Carlo Tennis Country Club, this stylishly renovated studio boasts picturesque vistas across Cap Martin and the sea beyond. Its contemporary, open concept design makes the most of the compact space, with plenty of storage options and a clever alcove style sleeping area accompanying the sleek, fully equipped kitchen.

The 47 sqm apartment is available for sale through La Costa Properties Monaco and offers access to high-end facilities like fitness, sauna, and swimming pool.


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