Type of property Flat
Area 66 m2
Room(s) 1
Current Modern
Condition To live in
Reference OP1350

The breathtaking views
The Art-Deco renovation
The beautiful volumes


Architecture of the 1950s, this building by Fernand Pouillon hosts on its seventh floor with elevator a unique 66 m2 apartment with spectacular views of the Old Port and the entrance to the city.

Entirely redesigned in 2007 by the architect Henri Paret, the apartment has been reinvented with a cutting-edge renovation in the purest Art-Deco style. Herringbone parquet, worked columns, staffs reproduced as in the 1930s and cornices, all the codes of these years have been scrupulously reproduced, creating a coherent and marked unity. The furniture integrated into the partitions and columns contributes to the quality of this neat setting.
The apartment is discovered by a corridor leading to a large suite worked like a cabin of a luxury boat, delimited by a partition of wood and glass with a precise design, designed by the architect. The mahogany headboard accommodates the integrated bedside tables, the space is generous and allows for a desk area. A bathroom all in tobacco brown Zelliges completes this suite.
The spectacular living room is then revealed. The view is breathtaking, through the large bay windows overlooking the city and the port with the Bonne-Mère in the background. Two lounge areas and a dining room follow one another. The mahogany kitchen, underlined by a natural stone worktop marries the whole.
A cellar completes this property.
A luxury suite suspended over the port for an idyllic base