Residence Port Prestige - Antibes - P&V Premium
- Tennis and sailing nearby
- Catering services and breakfast
- Massages and treatments
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The Port Prestige residence by Christian de Portzamparc elegantly intertwines with the natural world. Cascades of greenery and patios bathed in the shade of classically Mediterranean scented flora decorate the five small buildings, which are arranged around a pool and children’s pool with whirlpools and water geysers.
(1) Price for a 1-bedroom apartment, not including furnishings and parking. Subject to availability.
(3) Tax schemes may be subject to change by law.
What are the fiscal advantages ?
The furnished Buy-to-let scheme is the best way of earning supplementary income while significantly reducing tax on rental income over the long term.
Failure to respect lease commitments will result in a loss of tax benefits.
What purchase packages exist for this property?
There are two investment formulas available; one with and one without stays(4).
(4)According to the terms and conditions of the rental contract (if you choose the Assets or Assets & holidays Investment package), excluding personal taxation. The terms and conditions of the lease may vary depending on the country of residence.
PVCP special offers
As an owner you receive a whole host of benefits:
- A personalised website section to manage holiday bookings, included in your lease, in your property or another of the Group's residences.
- You also enjoy exclusive reductions on holidays
Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur is ideally located in southern France, just a one hour flight away from Paris. This south-eastern region between Italy and Spain is lapped by the Mediterranean, and it is jam-packed with unique attractions, such as its six regional nature parks and more than 1800 historic sites. As the country’s number one destination for French tourists (and number two for overseas visitors), PACA is the one of France’s leading holiday regions.
Its diversity and multicultural character are the main reasons why it stands out so prominently. This land of cultural exchange, openness to others and connections is naturally outward-looking. It is famed for the quality of life it offers. It is bathed in sunshine nearly all year round, which, alongside its fine sandy beaches and many heritage sites, makes it very popular among tourists.
The PACA region is at the crossroads of the Mediterranean region, so it as attracted different styles of cooking from all over Europe. Provençal cuisine has grown out of ancient traditions. The sea’s bounty has enabled the region to explore all kinds of amazing fish dishes, including bouillabaisse (which actually owes its name to the local Provençal word for “fish stew”).
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