235 m² – Architecture lumineuse et colorée
On a gated estate in Boulouris on the commune of Saint-Raphaël, this property with contemporary architecture is characterized by generous windows, inviting natural daylight inside the house.
Built in 2003, renovated in 2013, on two floors facing south, the property is only 800 metres from the beaches and shops. In landscaped grounds of 1,314 sq.m, it offers living space of 235 sq.m within a total surface area of 340 sq.m.
On enters the house from the north. After crossing the threshold giving onto a small hall, one glimpses through a balustrade screen a large living-room, partly laid out around a small patio. This area of about 80 sq.m is comprised of a lounge with a wood-burning stove, a dining-room and kitchen, blending visual appeal and practicality. The large windows accentuate the flow between indoors and out, towards the terraces and pool.
White walls, oak woodwork and floors in light-coloured concrete play their part in the peaceful atmosphere. The interior layout is clean and unfussy, accommodating smart furnishings of modern design.
On the same floor, two hallways lead to the sleeping accommodation comprised of four bedrooms with three bath/shower rooms, including a master bedroom with a walk-in closet and bath/shower room.
The lower garden level consists of a large studio used as a study/office, curently with an independent entrance, a large recreation room, a laundry room, wine cellar, technical unit and large garage.
On different levels, the terraces link the house to the swimming pool (12 x 4 metres). A play of canvas awnings gives the architecture shade and lightness.
From a technical point of view, the Monomur construction benefits from underfloor heating, a water softener and an alarm. The garden has an automatic sprinkler system and a well.
The property is five minutes from shops and the beaches, ten minutes from the TGV station and 50 minutes from Nice’s international airport.
For fans of architecture near the sea…
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Photos : © Hervé Le Dû
“My home is my refuge, an emotional piece of architecture, not a cold fragment of mere convenience.” Luis Barragan