Type of property Flat
Area 162 m2
Room(s) 3
Current Empire style
Condition To live in
Reference AP241

Its renovation with impeccable finishes
Its generous volumes and soothing lines
Its ideal location near the train station


This early 19th century building, nestled at the end of a cul-de-sac, houses on the first floor a superb Mediterranean-style loft with 162 m2 of living space and 85 m2 under the Carrez law, on three levels, ideally located a stone's throw from the Asnières-sur-Seine train station.

Just redesigned by the interior design team HeJu, this former garage has become a unique and unexpected place inspired by Mediterranean vernacular architecture: all curves, raw materials and masonry furniture. A precise work of materials and light, for a project thought out down to the smallest details, from the light waxed concrete floor, to the brass faucets and marble handles.
From the entrance, the impressive open volume in which the spaces are subtly distinguished takes place. The entrance is cleverly partitioned by a set of rounded furniture, making a direct link with the dining kitchen. Its custom-made island blends with the sage green of the furniture and the Calacatta marble effect of the Quartz worktop. Next, the dining room, highlighted by an elegant waxed concrete arch, hosts a bioethanol fireplace set on a terracotta base. It precedes the majestic living room whose large glass roof lets in a diffuse zenithal light. A masonry bench all in curve comes to marry perfectly the space, enveloping.
A sculptural white staircase leads upstairs to a confidential office area that takes full advantage of the light.
Further down, the night area is revealed by a light wood staircase dressed with an immaculate textured wall. The first two bedrooms are imagined as cozy cocoons with their carpeting and their openings letting in the light from the first floor. One was designed for children with its playful storage and colorful wallpaper. The other, just as warm, is a perfect guest room. They share a bathroom with a bold bias entirely covered with pink mosaics echoing the terrazzo of the sink.
Finally, the master bedroom has been designed as a hotel suite, with dressing room and open bathroom. Punctuated by an English courtyard patio that lets in plenty of light, it gives an impression of inside/outside, accentuated by the exposed stone wall and the beige marble floor of the bathroom with its opus incertum pattern.