Flat with balconies

Années 1950
Marseille (13)

140 sqm
3 balconies
2 bathrooms (4 possible)
Panoramic view


A flat with a view in the Cité Phocéenne

This flat is located on a high floor in a beautiful stone building with a modernist aesthetic, built in the 1950s.

It has a surface area of 140 sqm Loi Carrez.The living space comprises a vast entrance hall opening onto a middle area with fireplace, a superb 45 sqm double living room with balcony, a large kitchen with terrace and loggia. The sleeping area comprises two very large bedrooms, each with its own balcony, a bathroom with original shower and bath and a separate toilet. A cellar completes the property.

The flat boasts generous volumes and high ceilings. All rooms benefit from generous amounts of natural light throughout the day and unobstructed views across Marseille to the Old Port. The apartment can be easily converted to create up to four bedrooms and a second bathroom.

It is located in a particularly sought-after part of the city, in the Vauban district, in Marseille’s 6th arrondissement.

A building between Art Deco and the Modern Movement

The architecture of the building is typical of the post-war years in Marseille, halfway between Art Deco and the Mouvement Moderne. The façade is monumental, with geometric volumes and a refined aesthetic reminiscent of the 1930s. The façade’s very simple modenature is made up of square mouldings that emphasise the windows, the canted balconies and the vertical skylight made of small panes that illuminates the stairwell.

It also follows in the footsteps of modern functionalism, in which the form of architecture derives from the function assigned to its interior spaces.

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Marseille (13)