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ELEGANCE & HARMONY • 5 AVENUES

T3 - 85m² - Marseille 13004 ELEGANCE & HARMONY • 5 AVENUES

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Bedrooms

2

Bathrooms

1

Area

85

Year Built

1949
375 000 €
(Agency fees charge seller)
  • Cellar
  • Electric heating
  • Elevator
  • Reversible airconditionning
  • Terrace
FURTHER INFORMATION
  • Condominium lots: 10  
  • Annual condominium fees: 1318 €  
  • Property Tax: 787 €  

In the lively and sought-after Cinq Avenues district, 100m from Place Sébastopol, Casaloft offers you this beautiful three-room flat of 84.76 m² (79.08 m² Carrez law) entirely revisited by an interior designer in a chic and cosy style where elegance and harmony are the key words. It offers large volumes, contemporary fittings and the boldness of the mineral tone on tone giving a warm atmosphere. The entrance with its industrial glass roof leads to a spacious 40 m² living room with a large bookcase alternating books and ceramics, and an open-plan fitted kitchen, all opening onto an enclosed loggia/terrace. On the night side, two beautiful cream-coloured bedrooms (one with a balcony) create a veil of softness, as in the waxed concrete shower room. Completed in November 2021, the renovation is meticulous, as is the choice of materials (herringbone oak parquet flooring, industrial glass roof, tiled floors and waxed concrete, double glazing, reversible air conditioning) and the spaces are designed to optimise the comfort and storage of this immaculate bubble. A storage room under the roof completes the property. Close to shops, schools and public transport, this cocoon is to be visited without delay…

The Cinq Avenues neighborhood takes its name from the intersection of Boulevard de la Libération, Boulevard de la Blancarde, Boulevard Philippon, Avenue du Maréchal-Foch and Avenue des Chartreux. As you can see, all roads lead to this lively and friendly neighborhood. On market days, the inhabitants crowd the Place Sébastopol, surrounded by restaurant terraces and cafés. A place of incessant passage and life. The Palais Longchamp, built in 1852, is an architectural masterpiece that houses the Fine Arts and Natural History museums. Its gardens, along with the Jardin des Plantes and the Jardin Zoologique, are a must in the lives of many Marseilles residents who have learned to ride their bikes there before going to attend a concert at the 5 Continents Jazz Festival. The district also enjoys one of the best public transport links in the city, allowing its inhabitants to reach the center in no time…

Energy consumption
Economical housing
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GHG emissions
Low emissions
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REFERENCE : 13004431
MANDAT : 647

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