Outstanding top floor apartment located in one of the most prestigious Bourgeois palaces in Cannes, enjoying a panoramic sea view. With a living area of 141 sqm, this carefully decorated apartment offers an entrance hall, living room opening onto a large terrace with sea views, a fully equipped kitchen and 2 en-suite bedrooms. It is sold with an independent studio, a cellar and a closed garage. The Basse Californie, privileged area of Cannes overlooking the tip of the Croisette, welcomed exceptional guests of the Russian aristocracy in the late nineteenth century. They settled here sumptuous residences and Belle Epoque palaces. The apartment is located in a residence classified 'Historical sites and monuments', on the slopes of La Californie where lived the Grand Duke Michael Michailovitch, Tsar Nicholas II's uncle. The owners of the villa received the most illustrious winter visitors to elegant receptions: King Edward VII, King of Sweden, the princes of Nassau. From 1895 to 1914, the Grand Duke Michael and his lovely wife have stayed there every year during the winter season. The Palace was built in 1883-1884 and offers an intimate park, a few minutes from the Croisette and the beaches.