The Ivory house was built in the late 18th century. After a few years, a strong desire to urbanise drove royal authorities to expand Nantes towards the west and its current port.
This 270m² house with private garden now stands on the corner of Place de la Chapelle and Rue Montyon.
Blessed with a south-facing garden, the residence has a classified facade that was renovated less than two years ago, giving it a grand bourgeois appearance.
The interior has been fully renovated. The present owners were keen for the renovation to be both meticulous and respectful of the property’s history.
The lounge, covering more than 40m², features cornices that have been restored and sculpted to the finest detail, as well as a magnificent, fully-sculpted hearth that still works. The kitchen, wonderfully well lit, opens on to the garden and also benefits from its lovely hearth.
The lower floor is completed by 2 generously proportioned bedrooms, 1 dressing room and a bathroom.
The wooden staircase takes us up to the first floor, which has 3 spacious bedrooms, a dressing room and a second bathroom.
Smooth white tones showcase the full splendour of the impressive high ceilings and warm floorings are by smooth white tones.
Located 2 hours from Paris and 30 minutes from the beaches of La Baule.