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Apartment Marseille 4th
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  • 161 m2
  • 5  rooms
  • 4  bedrooms

This 161 m² apartment was built in one of the most beautiful mansions in Marseille, very close to the Palais Longchamp. In 1886, Mr. Masseillon, a wealthy collector, decided to build this private mansion and entrusted its realization to the architect Théodore Dupoux. Pedimented niches, fluted Corinthian pilasters, balusters, shell-bottomed culottes: the inspiration is of Italian ornamental style. The work will be continued by Paul Brunon, tobacco merchant; the sculptor Carli will magnify the ceiling. The mansion will then become a military museum. Steeped in history, the owner has preserved the imprint of the past by giving this apartment a completely contemporary identity. Located on the second floor, the private access is by elevator or by a staircase, a real work of art. The whole gives a glimpse of the Palais Longchamp. The parquet floor trimmed by the brown color of solid oak mixed with polished glass and the treatment of the stained glass windows on the floor accentuate the warm and contemporary character of the place. Generous spaces and unconventional distribution are the peculiarities of this magical place. The succession of pieces can be reinterpreted as desired. On the night side, three bedrooms share two bathrooms. An office and a balcony enrich this property. Possibility to acquire a garage. Close to the tram, the Cinq-Avenues metro, and the Longchamp park. Contact Marie-Pierre 07 63 92 19 75 Copropriété de 4 lots (Pas de procédure en cours). Charges annuelles : 1320 euros.

Advertiser reference : 1190EM - Le Figaro Properties reference : 27799759

Features:

  • EPC : B (51)
  • GHG : C (11)

Price details of this apartment:

Fees to be paid by the seller

About the condominium:

This condominium contains 4 units

Annual charges: € 1,320

Localisation : 13 Marseille 4th
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