445 000 €

Type of property Flat
Area 77 m2
Room(s) 1
Exterior Terrasse
Current Art Nouveau
Condition To live in
Reference OP1510

Its view from its suspended terrace
Its omnipresent light
Its play of transparency


Architecture from the end of the 19th century, this typical building on Place aux Huiles accommodates on its 5th and last floor without elevator a 77 m2 duplex and its 9 m2 terrace enjoying an exceptional panorama from Notre-Dame de la Garde to the Old Port.

Rehabilitated by an architect in 2020, this apartment offers a bold spatial composition, featuring a subtle marriage of volumes, materials and transparency effects which give it a loft character. From the entrance, the overhead light diffuses, creating a captivating atmosphere where the Majorelle blue of the walls is brilliantly reflected. A visual path then takes shape along the kitchen, where the black and white contrasts, highlighted by a quartzite splashback, combine elegantly. A solid wood bar brings a warm note to the whole, interacting with the structural beams, witnesses to the maritime history of this shipowners' district. From the living room, an accordion opening extends across the entire width, providing fluid access to the furnished terrace, creating a perfect fusion between indoors and outdoors. This living space reveals a generous ceiling height, having allowed the installation of a mezzanine under a glass roof and glass floor. A metal spiral staircase leads to this space, where an office is fitted out, as well as additional sleeping space thanks to a foldaway bed. On the night side, a bedroom bathed in light thanks to its roof windows, is en suite with its bathroom and its double shower covered in travertine. The optimization of space is there, with storage cleverly integrated into the heights and a set of mirrors hiding a dressing room. Finally, a laundry room completes the space.

Privileged, bright and contemporary.