Located a stone’s throw from the Loire Douet district, this old fisherman’s house of 135 m² built in the late nineteenth century has been redesigned by the designer Frédéric Tabary.
Creation and originality are at the heart of this arrangement that harmoniously combines the naturalness of stone, the strength of metal and the warmth of wood.
The partitions of the ground floor were slaughtered to free the space which nowadays hosts the dining room and the kitchen. The talent of the designer has given rise to a superb harmony between the wood of the beams, the schist walls, zinc worktops and steel tables and chairs.
The ground floor is organized around a vast space serving as both kitchen and dining room and a stay below. An island is in the center of the kitchen. A very functional laundry room accommodates the technical and lingerie part.
The floor hosts night spaces, accessible via two independent access.
A first helical steel staircase, whose rusty appearance gives it a certain cachet, leads to the parental suite whose wooden cladding creates a geometric game of the most beautiful effect. At the same level we find an office space with a cozy atmosphere.
A second staircase this time in wood ages, leads to three bedrooms and a bathroom.
A garden of 55 m² and its wooden shelter complete this property.
Schools, shops and transport on foot.
- A <= 50
- B 51-90
- C 91-150
- D 151-230
- E 231-330
- F 331-450
- G > 450
- A <= 5
- B 6-10
- C 11-20
- D 21-35
- E 36-55
- F 56-80
- G > 80