1 850 000 €

Type of property House
Area 372 m2
Room(s) 4
Exterior Terrasse, balcon, jardin
Current Art Nouveau
Condition To live in
Reference AT241

The contrast of indoor / outdoor spaces
The garden out of sight
The large openings on the outside


Vernacular architecture from 1905, this beautiful 323 m2 house and its audacious 49 m2 outbuilding reminiscent of the work of Hockney, is built on an open plot of 425 m2 in the heart of the popular Busca district.

Completely redesigned in 2009 by the architect Raphael Betillon, the renovation of the house consisted of decompartmentalizing the huge living room and integrating a heated swimming pool with radical lines into its garden, dressed - on the wall that protects it - by white tiles that run up to its outbuilding fully open to the garden by full-height sliding windows.
Past the presentation garden and after climbing a few stone steps, the double wooden door decorated with stained glass windows opens onto the hallway which distributes the entire level. On the one hand, it develops the through living room which integrates the dining room, the living room and the magnificent immaculate Bulthaup kitchen which conceals a scullery, all widely open onto the terrace and lower down, the garden. Original parquet flooring, marble fireplace, custom-made concrete furniture, and designer furniture adorn the whole, all in a warm, family atmosphere. An office completes this level. Next to it, a wooden staircase leads upstairs, which hosts the sleeping area. Extended by a terrace, it hosts three large bedrooms with dressing rooms including a suite and a bathroom with a decorative marble fireplace.
Outside, the outbuilding accommodates a large living room with lounge and dining room, as well as a bedroom with shower room.
A huge mezzanine and a parking space for rent complete this unique property.