On the highly-prized hill of Mont-Boron, overlooking the town of Nice, this apartment on the 5th/top floor of a luxury residence has been entirely redesigned by its passionate owners. This very attractive renovation in bright colours enjoys a panoramic view of the Riviera landscape. The penthouse is comprised of an interior of 88 sqm., opening out to a terrace surrounding the apartment and totalling 206 sqm. The visit begins with a large living-room facing south, consisting of a lounge/dining area with a 'suspended' kitchen in white quartz and a small study/library nook, specially designed for the property by Matali Crasset. The living-room opens out to the terrace through sliding picture windows with aluminium frames. The parquet floor consists of oiled rustic oak. Behind a made-to-measure door without an upper frame, one discovers a hall leading to the night area, adding depth to perspective. A guest-room with shower room, closed by means of a made-to-measure sliding door, provides clever modularity. At the end of the hall, one finds the master bedroom, facing east, with a delightful adjoining bathroom in minimalist stainless steel and iroko, designed by Patricia Urquiola for Agape. In symmetry, separated by a glass wall, a walk-in closet, whose entrance recalls the shape of the doors on a ship. All the main rooms give onto the terrace. It is comprised to the west of a pergola which opens and closes entirely by means of an electrical system, accompanied by a barbecue and outdoor sink. To the south, an outdoor lounge faces the sea and Château Hill; to the north and east, various relaxation areas allow one to make the most of the open air by choosing a sunny or shaded spot. An outdoor parking place and a cellar complete this rare property. A creative penthouse overlooking the town and sea.