Located between the Principality of Monaco and the city of Menton, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin is located close to the Italian border. This city has more than 2100 houses, which represents 15% of its housing stock. Beyond the modern villa of Eileen Gray, there are houses throughout this city of 13,000 inhabitants, both on the tip of Cap Martin, on its southern slope, a very exclusive place and with a preserved environment, and on its northern slope, which houses many properties facing Italy.
There are also many properties on the first ‘plateau’ overlooking the ‘Cap’, on Avenue de la Torraca, which also benefits from a slope overlooking Monaco and another towards Italy.
Unlike the old city, there are recent constructions in a contemporary style that integrate easily into the city\’s environment. Many houses are also located on the heights of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, which represent more than half of the city, they provide a panoramic view of the entire city while enjoying many natural spaces.
Roquebrune-Cap-Martin is a welcoming place for many Monegasque residents who come to settle their second home in order to get out of Monaco for a weekend. The proximity to the Principality allows these people to easily reach Monaco and its activities. You can easily find yourself in the Saint Roman district where you can find the Monte Carlo Country Club or the Monte Carlo Beach.
It is also a city that interests investors from all over the world because of its calm. The INSEE data prove this enthusiasm for the city of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin because the study shows that it has approximately as many people living there as it does as a primary and secondary residence.
This city has the attraction of being suitable for any form of project, whether it consists in moving there permanently or settling there in order to benefit from the calm that Roquebrune-Cap-Martin offers.