Type of property Flat
Area 104 m2
Room(s) 3
Exterior Terrasse
Current Modern
Condition To live in
Reference OP1167

Its spectacular view
Its large living terrace
Its privileged location between Panier and Old Port


Architecture of the 1950s, this building classified as heritage of the 20th century and designed by the architects Fernand Pouillon and René Egger hosts on its ground floor, an exceptional apartment of 104 m2 extended by an 80 m2 terrace offering a breathtaking view of the sea. , the Mucem, the Major Cathedral and the Blue Coast.

Entirely renovated by an architect, the apartment inspires a refined and minimalist art of living. The design gets rid of any frills, favoring raw materials such as white resin, marble and glass, in a clear and refined atmosphere that focuses on highlighting a unique Marseille panorama lit by the blue of the sky and the sea.
The entrance opens onto a large living room with immaculate volumes accentuated, on the ground, by a monochromic white resin. The Veneta Cucine kitchen, dressed in glossy lacquered white, is organized around a designer central island and continues on to the living and dining room area, all opening wide to the outside thanks to a series of bay windows revealing amazing marine paintings. Then discover the vast ipe terrace planted with laurels, olive trees and bamboo and its spectacular panorama. The sweep of the boats in the entrance to the Old Port, the Mucem at your fingertips and the breathtaking sunsets punctuate the days.
On the night side, three bedrooms, one of which is currently used as an office, share an elegant marble-clad bathroom with a Philippe Starck bathtub.
A cellar and a bike room complete this property.
Sleek, singular and panoramic view

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