- Marseille 13009 BETWEEN CITY AND HILLS • MAZARGUES
320 000 €
(Agency fees charge seller)
Condominium lots: 68
Annual condominium fees: 1905 €
Property Tax: 2003 €
Mazagues, on the edge of Le Cabot, Casaloft offers this bright 69.95 m² (carrez lai) 3-room apartment with terrace and private parking space.
A vast 38 m² living room welcomes you with its living room and open fitted kitchen, both opening onto a 15 m² terrace, with an unobstructed view and not overlooked. The sleeping area comprises two bedrooms, a shower room with a large Italian shower, and a separate toilet.
Ductable heating/air conditioning included in the charges (with individual meter), roller shutters, armored door, plenty of storage space and a private parking space complete this property located on the 2nd/4th floor of a small residence built in 2007, in absolute peace and quiet.
A large 37 m² garage is also available (€40,000) in the basement of the building, with direct elevator access.
The district has historically developed around an old village and its church, which have retained an authentic spirit, and its two main thoroughfares, Boulevard de la Concorde and rue Émile Zola, which is the extension of avenue de Mazargues from downtown and ends at église Saint-Roch. The main axis of the modern district is formed by boulevard Michelet, on the north side, and avenue de Lattre-de-Tassigny, more commonly known in Marseilles as “route de Cassis”. These two avenues meet at the Mazargues traffic circle, at the center of which stands an obelisk (erected in honor of the birth of the King of Rome) that completes the city’s great north-south alignment (Porte d’Aix – Castellane – Prado traffic circle – Mazargues). The district continues south towards the Morgiou calanque. A mix of residential areas and more traditional urban spaces, Mazargues isn’t just village houses, it’s also the luxurious bastides of Marseilles, which once belonged to such noble families as the d’Ornano, Grignan and Madame de Simiane, daughter of the famous Marquise de Sévigné. Madame de Sévigné lived in a fortified castle (no longer in existence) near rue du Puits, known as “Rue de la pompe” to the locals. Bordering the Redon and Cabot districts, you’ll find the Parc de la Colline Saint-Joseph, a haven of peace with its green spaces and chapel.
Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the GeoHazards website : www.georisques.gouv. fr
Energy consumption Economical housing en kWh/m2.an en énergie primaire
GHG emissions Low emissions en kg eq co2/m2.an
Estimated annual energy costs for standard use: between €620 and €880 per year. Average energy prices indexed to January 1, 2021 (including subscription).