Villa in Benerville-sur-Mer
Panoramic sea view
Along “the queen of beaches”, near the Roches Noires, this 96 m² apartment offers the spectacle of the union of the azure and the waves. A vessel in weightlessness, where the impressionist landscapes of Eugène Boudin and the modernist design of Eero Saarinen take place; a place harmonized with the surrounding site, in the spirit of Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Prairie School”.
Its functional and attractive architecture favors space, light, circulation, and openness to the sea. The living room benefits from a double exposure, with a view to the south: the Malakoff tower, the Planches, and Deauville; in the west: the sea, the horizon, and the setting sun. The 20 m² terrace extends the reception area to the outside and presents a breathtaking panorama of the Côte Fleurie. The apartment has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms connected to the landscape, the paintings of which appear framed by the openings. An independent storage room can store deckchairs, landing nets, boots and other beach accessories; a cellar and 2 parking spaces complete the property.
The phrase of the art critic Raymond Charmet about the work of André Hambourg is a wonderful illustration of the place: “His painting is an explosion of light and movement, in the wide open spaces of the sky, the beaches and the seas of Normandy”. The art of living …
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