This house is one of the first houses of the station, built for the personal account of Armand Peugeot in the late nineteenth century. He would himself drew the plans. The other three houses near the Armand Peugeot Avenue are built to the same period: Reseda (currently Eulec'h Ker), Pervenche (now Ker Skrill) and Coquette (currently The Verres). The architecture of the villa Kador reminiscent of houses built in the East of France, region of origin of Peugeot, especially with its high roofs. As the majority of villas built even side of the street it is aligned directly on the Armand Peugeot Avenue to enjoy the slope of the land and be at the highest point of the plot to enjoy the panorama offered by bay. The facade offering views of the sea has almost ten openings oriented advanced Rulianec and a covered terrace, with valance and railing to the left of the façade. Several openings have awnings. The villa Kador plays with recesses and slate roofs. The rendered walls and brick frames are painted white. Inside the villa has not changed until today, maintaining its wooden floors.
On the eve of World War II, Robert Grenier, optician in Brest, becomes its owner. It now belongs to one of his son.
Renovated in 2015.