Half a tale for this one sadly, as we really can’t find much detail about this 1960s five-bedroom modernist property in Lamorlaye, Oise, northern France.
The agent listings mention it being inspired by Le Corbusier, but we don’t think there’s a connection to the man with this. But it is an interesting and rather large single-storey modernist property, one that looks (on the surface) unchanged over the decades.
In some ways it is. The structure, the exposed brick walls, the wood panelling on some of the ceilings and the central fireplace all look like relics from the original build. But a closer look at the finishes and the fittings suggest someone has worked with the original shape and updated it with one eye on the original era. We’re not complaining. What we can see of it is impressive.
As we said, quite substantial too, with the agent’s translated details pointing to five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a good-sized living room and a partial basement. Presumably a kitchen in there too. Good amount of land too, said to cover 3,800 sq. metres and offer some peace and tranquility.
If you want to know more, contact the agent. The asking price is €699,000.