In a modern condominium on a human scale, surprising by the generosity of its common spaces, a bright two-room apartment in perfect condition, with terrace and balcony, breathtaking views of the sea and Cap Martin, a spacious collective swimming pool (11x5), a parking in the well-designed collective garage with good heights and perfect lighting, and an outdoor parking space. The Residence "Villa Cap Martin", delivered in 2010, is renowned for being one of the most opulent in the Hameau de Roquebrune: co-ownership on a human scale (34 apartments), good construction, magnificent large plot of land of 6700m2 very well landscaped and landscaped, wide access allowing you to come by large vehicle, gardens for collective use, a spacious swimming pool with pool house (with two shower rooms and WC, for men and women separately). A generous green passageway provides access to the entrance to the building, the apartment is on the 1st floor (accessible on foot or by a large elevator), the atmosphere is elegant, there is only two accommodations per level in this part of the building. The accommodation is well secured by an armored door, the entrance leads to the left towards the bedroom, opposite to the generous bathroom, and the separate toilets, and to the right towards the 37m2 living space which delights the eye, it is so bright and the views are so beautiful. Opposite a balcony is the "vista point" on the property, Cap Martin and the Sea. Closer to the kitchen, the large 25 m2 terrace-loggia is the place where you can have lunch and dinner comfortably for 6 or more people, always with a magnificent view and the benefit of shade when the sun is at its peak. An impression of freshness in this apartment with tiled floors, contemporary surfaces (kitchen, cupboards, furniture) (the apartment was modernized in 2019 - kitchen, custom cupboards, electrical installation - and it could be sold furnished). The impressions that remain after a visit: harmony, security, generosity, good maintenance, rarity, lasting value. A place that would suit both a young working couple working in Monaco, as a secondary residence for people living outside the region, and retirees living there all year round.