Located on the first line of the Old Port, this exceptional 120 m? apartment occupies the third floor of one of the prestigious buildings designed by the architect Fernand Pouillon, with its unrivalled view of the Old Port and Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde.
Among the first buildings by the same architect built in 1949, it is the only one that is listed as a historic monument. It is next to the oldest district of Marseille, le Panier, and offers the privilege of living between port, sea and heritage. With a triple exposure, the apartment has been completely reconfigured by the architect Olivier Bedu to create a highly contemporary habitat.
The living space is an open space with a kitchen dressed in black, with noble and refined materials such as Zimbabwe granite. On the floors, the light oak wood decorates all the rooms. On the detached floor, a living room and its custom-made library are illuminated by a set of stages in accordance with the tone of the ensemble. The night side has two bedrooms and their private bathrooms.
The contemplative view from the terrace with its coffered cap extends the living room. An attic completes this exceptional property.
In the hyper center near the metro Vieux-Port and the shops. Annual charges: 3792 euros.
Price € 1,180,000
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