Moored on the banks of the Canal du Midi, this unique barge in Toulouse has been revisited in a 150sqm loft placed on the water. Navigable, on an old hull 30 meters long dating from 1958, volumes have been redesigned to offer a new way of life with neat decor.
The entrance to the barge is by the upper deck where the old wheelhouse offers a reception area. Access to the living space on the lower level by a beautiful glass staircase. The large living room, whose portholes and stretched ceiling provide a constant brightness throughout the day, returns a sense of absolute tranquility. The half-level open kitchen, fully equipped and custom built structure the space.
In the continuity of the living space, an atypical parental suite rocks us with the rustling of the water which is reflected in the mirrors overlooking the headboard. A bathroom with corner bath and a dressing room complete this cozy room.
At the bow of the boat, an apartment with optimized layout benefits from a kitchenette, a large bathroom with laundry, and a bedroom. The set can be completely redesigned to accommodate two rooms according to the needs of everyone especially since this space has an independent entrance.
To complete this property, a terrace conducive to the organization of unforgettable evenings is built on the bridge, with summer kitchen and pool / pool.
Without sacrificing the modern comforts and conveniences of the city, this houseboat offers a unique way of life. The privileged location and volumes will not leave indifferent city dwellers in search of an atypical habitat.
Two private parking spaces are in use on the bank.
Annual tax payable to the Voies Navigables de France = 3265 € / year.
Energy rating :
- 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