Restoring one centuries-old structure is hard enough. Joining two together, all while leaving the surrounding historical properties untouched? Insanity. Yet that’s exactly what took place with this Saint Martin Boatyard Conversion by Jean-Michel Wilmotte. Born from two neighboring houses, this unique property joins the two with a central staircase and skylight. Downstairs, there’s an entryway, boat garage, three bedrooms, and three bathrooms, while upstairs houses a large double living room, a kitchen, and a master suite. Original details include the exposed support beams, wooden flooring, and the 17-century fortress next door.

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