663 500 €

Type of property House
Area 80 m2
Room(s) 3
Exterior Terrasse
Current Modern
Condition To live in
Reference RO397

The light of the setting sun passing through the oculi
Care of finishes
The purity of the ironwork


Architecture from the 1950s, this 80 m2 house on a 190 m2 plot located in the heart of the Foncillon district, was designed by the architect André Morisseau, assistant to Claude Ferret, chief town planner for the reconstruction of Royan.

Completely renovated in 2015, it benefited from a total reorganization, the original plan opting for a living level entirely upstairs and a single bedroom on the ground floor occupied by a garage. From now on, the contemporary distribution better corresponds to current lifestyles, enhancing the architectural elements characteristic of the 1950s.
Framed by a wall of glass blocks, the notched door forming a porch opens onto a bright living room extended by a south-facing terrace and its intimate garden. A unique rounded glass wall isolates the kitchen and adds perspective to the entire ground floor of the house. The light effects are permanent thanks to a succession of oculi arranged in no order along the staircase opening onto the living room, the railing itself being a superb decorative piece.
The first floor includes three bedrooms with a tailor-made layout, sharing a modern bathroom. A balcony extends the master bedroom, cantilevering onto the garden.
Finally, a large cellar in the basement, a garden shed and a secure parking space on the plot complete this pretty house.

A contemporary way of life in a setting typical of the architectural modernity of the 1950s.