In the Beaumont district on the outskirts of Saint Julien, Casaloft offers this magnificent 48 m² (43.04 m² Carrez law) 2-room apartment, renovated and decorated in 2023 by an interior designer, featuring 2 large terraces and sold fully furnished and equipped.
Located on the first floor of a town house forming a small co-ownership of 3 lots with very low charges, the entrance is via a first private terrace of 45 m² bathed in sunlight (due south). A large, bright living room welcomes you, with its lounge, dining area and fully-equipped open-plan kitchen. The night space features a large bedroom opening onto a second 30 m² private terrace, with en suite dressing room, shower room (double washbasin, Italian shower), office space and TV corner. A separate toilet and laundry room complete the layout.
You’ll appreciate the contemporary renovation, the plethoric fittings and equipment, the peacefulness of the place, the brightness, the pizza oven on the 1st terrace, and the very low charges of this small apartment/house.
Ideal for first-time buyers, pied-à-terre or seasonal rentals, this little gem, close to transport and shops, is a must-see…
Unlike the Saint-Barnabé and Saint-Julien neighborhoods between which it lies, Beaumont is a relatively recent development, and is not generally recognized as one of Marseille’s 111 districts. Attached to Saint-Julien, Beaumont is nonetheless a nugget, a quiet, suburban neighborhood with numerous villas and small residences that has preserved a rare quality of life. It is considered Marseille’s main Armenian district, home to many families descended from Armenians who fled the genocide of 1915. The Saint-Julien district takes its name from the former parish village around which it grew. This village of narrow streets is nestled around its church. It expanded to the north, around Boulevard de la Comtesse, and along the old road leading from the center of Marseille to Allauch via Saint-Barnabé and Les Trois-Lucs. The area is still home to some fine middle-class properties and a few green spaces, making it a fairly residential district. Fernandel and a master of contemporary painting, Ambroggiani, have contributed to the reputation of this area, where the Marseilles bourgeoisie liked to build their bastides. Over the generations, Saint Julien has maintained a rare quality of life. Joggers and families alike will enjoy strolling along the Canal de Marseille and its panoramic viewpoints…
Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques 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 €630 and €880 per year. Average energy prices indexed to January 1, 2021 (including subscription).