122 sq.m – Design by Georges-Henri Pingusson – Living accommodation
Within a masterpiece of Modernism – the “Hôtel Latitude 43”, built in 1932 by renowned architect Georges-Henri Pingusson, a building listed as part of France’s heritage -, this magnificent, fully renovated apartment is a real collector’s piece…
It occupies the hotel’s former restaurant, converted into an apartment in 1948.
Its living space of 122 sq.m (>1m80) comes with a roof-terrace of 120 m2 offering a panoramic view of the Gulf and village of Saint-Tropez.
Its surroundings are quiet, luxuriant, and just a short walk to the centre. The property is comprised of a vast living-room with original terra-cotta floors, an open-plan kitchen, dining-room, a long hallway leading to two bedrooms, a bathroom, shower room and laundry room. Residents’ outdoor parking facilities..
A naval metaphor in modern architecture…
Prix : 1 490 000 eurosContact us
Photos : © Hervé Le Dû
Listed in the supplementary inventory of historic monuments since 1996, this buiding is a masterpiece of modern architecture. With its hearths, walkways that seem to be suspended in the air, its marine lines, cabin-style bedrooms, its narrow silhouette opening up perspectives from east to west, this unique achievement observes all the canons of naval architecture.