1 039 500 €

Type of property House
Area 333 m2
Room(s) 9
Exterior Terrasse
Current Post-modern
Condition To live in
Reference LR347

Immediate surroundings
A stone's throw from the ocean
The spaciousness


With its 1970s architecture, this 333 m2 mansion house is set in 950 m2 of unoverlooked land in the heart of a popular coastal village just outside La Rochelle.

Built on two levels, the property has retained many of its original features, such as the veined travertine floor typical of the seventies. Its strong character is rooted in the period of its construction, when the owners wanted to take up the codes of the bourgeois house by taking care with the choice of materials. In particular, they incorporated strong pieces they had found at second-hand, such as the tufa stone fireplace and the ashlar gate pillars. The living room and dining room are bathed in light thanks to the many south-facing windows opening onto the garden; the separate kitchen and pantry are also connected to the large garage. A parents' area and a study complete this level. Upstairs, four additional bedrooms, a large dressing room and an attic currently used as a sports room provide further possibilities. The south-facing swimming pool is bordered by a terrace. An intimate bowling green completes the property's facilities.

A nugget of space in a green, peaceful setting.