House The main entrance leads to a spacious hallway with a toilet/wash basin, a large storage cupboard and a hand crafted wooden staircase connecting the ground and upper floors.
The living room is entered from the hall through double doors and has a central stone fireplace fitted with a wood burning stove, a natural stone floor and access through double French doors to a stone terrace and then the garden.
The kitchen, fitted with floor and wall units, a ceramic sink, range style cooker and extractor fan. Also has access to the old farmhouse bread oven. In addition, leading from the kitchen is the boiler room with a place to fit a washing machine. The kitchen has direct access to the garden.
The upper floor consists of a hallway/ gallery mezzanine leading to three bedrooms and a bathroom. It also is planned to lead to the adjacent stable building if in the future it is renovated. The master bedroom and the second bedroom have direct access to the bathroom. The bathroom is tiled, has a walk-in shower, a claw foot bath tub, wash basin and a towel rail.
Other buildings: Large barn of 64m2 Stable adjacent to house: 38m2 Smaller stables: 19m2 Garage (open front): 30m2
Garden At the front, there is a gravel courtyard providing off road parking and access to the buildings and behind the property a grassy area with two stone patios leading to a grazing field of 2,700m2. Mature trees surround the property giving privacy and shelter.
A very pleasant property with many original and charming features coupled with modern comforts such as under floor heating with wi fi programming. In addition, the property is freshly decorated, in good general condition, has a recent roof with Dorma and roof windows and is located in a tranquil setting.
Person managing this property
Téléphone: +33 6 77 88 37 20
Address: Agent Commercial N° SIREN 481826329
+33 677 88 37 20 Mobile Robert Thom
SARL Burgundy4u 8 place de le hotel de Ville 21190 Meursault +33 380 20 86 20
Un département dynamique d'où les vins les plus célèbres de Bourgogne proviennent, avec Beaune pour capitale viticole. Quant à Dijon, la capitale régionale, elle est imprégnée d'histoire en particulier celle des Ducs de Bourgogne.