The house has been renovated about ten years ago, and offers modern confort: double glassing, efficient heating system; whist still maintaining character : Open fire places, beamed ceilings, stone walls .
The salon is is nearly 30m2 large, with windows looking on to the garden and the view beyond. The large burgundy fire place gives heat and cosyness. Small niches in the wall, beamed ceiling has ben made white for maximum luminosity. there are steps down to the garden.
The kitchen is downstairs, well furnished and sold equipped. It is a little low and dark, but handy as near to the private terrace outside and the dining room near the entrance. One floor higher are two open landings, one large than the other. These are today used as sleeping area and dressing, but can easily be converted to a private bedroom. These rooms have red clay tiled floors, a fire place and wooden beamed ceilings.
On the floor above this then a large bedroom under the eaves with parket floors. On the end side of this room, access again to a smaller bedroom.
To the left side of the building, above the garage and utility area is a second living area, today used as loft apartment , with large salon, bedroom, shore oom with toilet and storage mezzanine. Large roof windows give light to this area.
Straight through the entrance is that large vaulted cellar, free of any utilities, showing off its stone roof and gravel floor.
The house was designed as an open space house, which actually today only has two closed private bedrooms, but with very little effort 4 private bedrooms can be created, with three bathrooms. It will suit both a family living here ll year, as the person looking for a character house with small easy to maintain garden.
Person managing this property
Address: 8 place de le hotel de ville 21190 Meursault
firstname.lastname@example.org +33 3 80 20 86 20
opening hours: English spoken
Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays : 9:00 to 16:30
Tuesday 9:00 to 13:00
Wednesday 9:00 to 12:00
And by appoinment
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