Cap Brun, Toulon, France
250 sq.m – 19th-century residence – SOLD
SOLD : Sole agent – This beautiful residence located in the highly-prized area of Cap Brun is comprised of one part to the west, dating back to 1870, and one part to the east completed in 1957, all facing south-west with private access to the sea.
The property is in an elevated position, offering a panoramic view of the Mediterranean, and the large and small bays of Toulon, while being close to the town centre and liveliness of Le Mourillon.
The residence offers living space of approx. 250 sq.m in lovely landscaped grounds of 1,810 sq.m laid out on terraced embankments. It is split into two independent homes which could be re-united.
The part dating back to the 19th century is comprised as follows: on the ground floor, an entrance hall, a double lounge/dining-room, kitchen, laundry room, utility room, and direct access to the second house; on the first floor, three bedrooms and a shower room; on the second floor, two bedrooms, a shower room and a study with storage under the eaves; at garden level, two large vaulted cellars and a veranda, with sea view, which could be connected by a staircase to the ground floor of the residence.
The part built in 1957 is comprised as follows: independent access from the street, entrance hall, lounge dining-room, kitchen, study, and a leafy courtyard giving onto the rear of the property; on the first/top floor, three bedrooms, one with a loggia, and a shower room.
The two houses benefit from a vast terrace enjoying views of the sea. The property also benefits from a well, a garage of 20 sq.m, an outdoor parking area for three cars and private access by steps to the sea.
The property is in need of a revamp to restore its former splendour. It would be possible to carry out a rehabilitation and redecoration project with well-known architects and decorators.
For fans of history, on the seafront
(Agency fees of 4.21 % including tax included in the sale price payable by the buyer)
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