The Apple, big T3 of 63,59 sqm, located on the 1st floor of an old castle of the 18th century served by a splendid double flight stone staircase. This nice renovated apartment, with large and beautiful volumes, has an entrance serving a large living room, a separate kitchen, two bedrooms, a bathroom and plenty of storage space. Parquet, reversible air conditioning and an easy parking in the residence complete this property close to amenities: schools, shops, public transport (bus, Tram), access to the highway and the L2.
This discreet castle in the district of La Pomme, which now houses housing and commercial activities, was a welcoming place for orphans after the First World War. The building was the home, in the 18th century, of a noble Neapolitan family, the Arcussia, which would descend, according to legend, William Tell.
The district of Apple has developed around a former village core, along the “little road Aubagne”. Today, this original core still exists, but urbanization has replaced old farm or agricultural properties with housing estates or housing estates. In 1880, Louis Ginouvès invented a recipe that would make the Apple famous: the Pieds parcels, cooked by mother Maurel in his restaurant Le Chalet. This popular dish was served in five restaurants around 1900. The “Marseille” of the city came to enjoy the dish in a carriage on Sunday, and in the summer season would settle on the banks of the Huveaune …
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