Nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac of Neudorf, a popular residential and dynamic neighborhood next to the city center, this shed architecture workshop dating back to 1901 housed calligraphy and bookbinding. With a surface area of 209 m², it was renovated in 2013 in a loft style.
Set back, at the end of a courtyard the entrance opens onto a first space distributing a room and a boudoir corner that can be converted into a bedroom. In its extension, a large reading area gives access to a second bedroom and a bathroom and reveals the living room. With a surface of 100 m², it offers a vast open kitchen fully equipped with its cellar and gives to admire the characteristic elements of the history of the place. From the Eiffel metal pillars to the bricks to the wooden beams, the renovation has left the mark of this place full of history.
Its large openings that come to the ceiling to 3.5 m high give access to the wooden deck and garden of 174 m², a real asset just a few steps from the peninsula. Accessible from the living room