MARSEILLE 12TH | Saint-Julien


Type of property House
Area 176 m2
Room(s) 3
Exterior Terrasse
Current Art Deco
Condition To live in
Reference OP1307

1930s codes
The facade
Generous volumes


Architecture of the 1930s, this house of 176 m2 on three levels sits on an elevated plot of 233 m2, with a large south-facing terrace with a view of the hills of the Saint-Julien district.

Renovated over time, the house has retained its architectural codes: rockeries on the terrace, facade, elaborate awning, wrought iron railings and generous volumes, mixed with more contemporary materials. The Mediterranean terrace has been fitted out with built-in benches and several spaces. The double staircase of the perron opens onto the generous living room on one level, taking advantage of the southern light thanks to its glazed openings. Entirely open-plan, it is adorned on one side with a kitchen with a Zimbabwe granite worktop and on the other with a dining room and a bathroom. a living room with insert. The whole is clear, soft, and creates unity. In response to the exterior architecture, the rounded staircase leads to the sleeping areas. The first floor hosts the first two bedrooms treated as a suite, with their shower room, their bathroom and their dressing room. Refurbished, the attic has been transformed into a third suite with a shower room. Outdoor storage, a large cellar and two additional parking spaces complete this beautiful picture.

Family friendly & pleasant to live in



C’est un quartier résidentiel qui a su préserver une rare qualité de vie.
  • TRANSPORTS Bus 7 et 7T