marseille, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France
Architecture of the 1930s, this 220 m2 old building nestled on the hills of the Estaque facing the harbour of Marseille is housed in a property comprising a listed rockery house of 70 m2 to renovate, as well as a more contemporary house of 70 m2, all erected on a land of 8,000 m2.
The estate is revealed by a beautiful wrought iron portal transporting us to another era thanks to its characteristic elements of the real resort houses: oak alley planted, rock fountain, religious statues, ancient wells, tower crenellated, dovecote, pergola and railings. Its lookout position and garden layout gives the house an archetypal balcony character over the city. Its triple gable façade is accessed by a double-flying staircase. The magical sea view reveals the shady terraces and all the bays of the house. The domain offers a multitude of possibilities. A garage, a workshop, outbuildings and a very large swimming pool complete this property.
A unique property to reinvent to envy.