Bioclimatic house with wooden frame, Ain, Auvergne and Rhône-Alpes
Located in the town of Beynost, just 20 minutes from Lyon, this bioclimatic house of 180m ² erected on a plot of 850m ² was built in 2010 by an architect Lyonnais to be one with nature. The entrance opens onto a sumptuous living room lined with glazed kiss where the framework oak flooring and anthracite gray tiles decorate the space. As a separation between the living room and the fully equipped kitchen, a small partition in which is nestled a fireplace allows the light to cross the room from side to side. In the continuity of this space, a wooden terrace offers a breathtaking view of the Alps. An office and a laundry room complete this level. An air staircase leads to the floor entirely dedicated to rest where a footbridge serves three large bedrooms, a bathroom and a bathroom. The brightness, calm, and the panorama that offers this unique house make it a real favorite. A garage.