Type of property House
Area 78 m2
Room(s) 2
Exterior Terrasse, jardin
Current Vernacular
Condition To live in
Reference OP1412

Its obvious charm
Its hanging garden with trees
Its loggia overlooking the sea


Architecture from the end of the 19th century, this charming house of 78 m2 on its bucolic land of 117 m2 bears witness to a time when the Arenc site then formed the 'Corniche' of the North, before the construction of the large autonomous port of 1850.

Preserved over time, the residence has retained some of its period features: high ceilings, marble fireplace, masonry staircases, terracotta tiles, original glass roofs and woodwork. After a flight of steps and a hanging garden made up of vines, citrus fruits, wild mint and mimosa, you discover the house with amaranth red shutters, facing West. Past a covered terrace with a Louisiana feel, the living room is revealed on one level. Completely open-plan, the space includes the kitchen which can be guessed as being original from its lines and masonry shelves, facing the living room heated by a wood stove. Upstairs, the sleeping area made up of two bedrooms, one with an alcove and the other with a mezzanine and dressing room, is transformed into a place of daydreaming and contemplation overlooking the sea in the distance, from a charming glass loggia with an industrial design. The rooms share a bathroom with a retro-style claw-foot bathtub.

An inspiring place, full of poetry

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