Ideally located on the heights of Roucas Blanc, near the Kennedy corniche, this neoclassical villa of 220 m2 faces the sea view as a praise to the rich past of the Phocaean city, in front of a 520 m2 garden with trees.
Its architecture takes up the codes of ancient Greece with its set of Tuscan columns and its hunting lodge-type bow window that deliberately contrasts with the interiors treated as contemporary. The garden level has three bedrooms, two shower rooms and an office, all of which open onto the garden.
The first floor is organized around a bright living space of 60 m² with fireplace, extended by a terrace with swimming pool. This level is completed by an independent kitchen opening onto a terrace, as well as a last bedroom treated as a suite.
A double garage, a laundry room, a cellar and several parking spaces for cars complete the functional aspect of this house out of time and urban constraints.