Type of property House
Area 177 m2
Room(s) 4
Exterior Terrasse, jardin
Current Art Deco
Condition To live in
Reference OP1203

Its singular renovation
Its lush garden
Its privileged and discreet location


Mediterranean house of 177 m2 spread over three levels and a studio, is discreetly nestled on a plot of 349 m2 in the Bompard district. It benefits from an ultra-quiet location and an unobstructed view of Notre-Dame de la Garde and the Roucas-Blanc hill.

Entirely renovated in 2019, a cozy atmosphere, all in roundness, emerges. As soon as you enter, the house proudly imposes itself with its Riviera-style facade. Once through the large teak bay windows, the open-space living rooms are revealed. Immediately, softness and harmony invade the space, in which the Burgundy stone floor blends perfectly with the custom-made sculpted elements. Whitewashed, the curvaceous bench in the dining room echoes the rounded niches in the kitchen and living room, and merges with the floor. The wood of the bay windows responds to the doors of the kitchen and living room furniture. The Togos of the same color as the ground and the integrated installations invite you to relax. The open kitchen exudes a warm atmosphere with its worktop in red handcrafted tiles and its ceramic sconces made for the owners by the artist Elsa Oudshoorn. A laundry room and a scullery are discreetly hidden behind a sliding teak door. A glass door leads to a patio behind the house as well as to a small outbuilding which serves as an office. The waxed concrete staircase then leads to the parents' floor where softness prevails. The floor is completely covered with a natural cream white carpet. The bedroom, bright and through, has been carefully designed and reveals custom-built elements such as the headboard, the sublime rounded wooden door, the niches sculpted or the rounded wall which makes the transition between the bedroom and the bathroom. Here again, the materials chosen are in the aesthetic continuity of the rest of the house: the rounded worktop in waxed concrete, and the handcrafted tiles with graphic patterns enliven it. The first floor opens onto a sunny terrace of 31 m2 which overlooks the garden and offers a superb view of Notre-Dame de la Garde. An independent dressing completes this level. The top floor is dedicated to children. Two bedrooms share a teak bathroom with dressing room and laundry area, as well as a spacious living room / library. To end this picture, the garden, out of sight, evolves under its beautiful palm tree and its luxuriant vegetation. Several wooden terraces and nooks to rest or share convivial moments take place around the small swimming pool. A covered summer kitchen, a bike room, an independent studio at the end of the garden, as well as a 22 m2 cellar complete this exceptional property.

A mineral and cozy renovation for aesthetes looking for a haven of peace.