Monaco Property For Sale

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Monaco is where the seriously rich go to get an inferiority complex! This principality of less than a square mile between Cap d’Ail and Menton has more millionaires per head of population than anywhere else on earth.

With nowhere to build except up, Monaco resembles a fantasy wedding cake with layer upon layer of well-appointed apartment blocks politely jostling each other for the best view of the azure waters below. Its happy subjects pay no taxes, live in luxury penthouses, play with their yachts, drive extravagant cars, dress in exclusive boutiques and take big risks on the roulette wheels of Monte-Carlo Casino.

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If you want to join this exclusive Monaco property owners’ club and rub shoulders with the super-rich and famous then you will need a serious bank balance – Monaco banks often require a 300,000 Euro deposit just to open an account. But with its tax haven status and reputation for security the fabulously wealthy just can’t afford to live anywhere else!

If you can afford to join them then Monaco property is the last word in luxury living and your penthouse or apartment here is bathed in sunshine a minimum of 300 days a year.

You can see and be seen in Monte-Carlo’s fabulous Casino square where, across from the famous Hôtel de Paris, you can sample the Art Deco delights of the Café de Paris and enjoy the Belle Epoque ambiance of the sumptuous Casino and Opera House. Just behind the Casino is one of the Riviera’s most exclusive spas, Les Thermes de Marins which offers a cornucopia of health and beauty treatments to its wealthy clientele. The spectacular Larvotto beach is a walk away.

Monaco property owners are sitting on a gold-mine if they let their property (or their boats) during the big sporting events of the year. Rentals can command stratospheric prices during the Monte-Carlo Rally in January, Monaco Grand Prix in May and Monaco Yacht Show in September. Paying guests will also be able to enjoy Monaco’s Jardin Exotique and Musée Oceanographique – the largest aquarium in Europe.

The quickest way to get to your Monaco property – especially during the grid-lock of the summer months – is by helicopter. If you haven’t got round to buying your own yet, don’t worry, the 14 mile flight from Nice-Côte d’Azur International airport takes just 7 minutes and costs about 100 Euros per person. There are departures every 20 minutes. Visit

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