The country’s oldest and smallest district, Monaco-Ville accounts for only 3% of the Principality’s residents. Often referred to as “le Rocher,” Monaco-Ville is home to the Prince’s Castle, which the Grimaldi family has resided in since 1297. The district also houses the country’s political institutions, cathedral, and courthouse.
Over the years, the neighborhood has maintained its medieval charm with its characteristic low-rise buildings and townhouses. In fact, the government has mandated that any new building must match the “look” and size of the existing infrastructure. The district’s history, oceanography museum, charming streets, and authentic restaurants make it a popular tourist destination.
Please find below a selection of properties by VIVIANI CHAMPFLEURY BARCO in the neighborhood. Contact us directly for a more of “off market properties”!