With a total of 13 principal rooms and an attic still to convert, this remarkable and charming period property offers many possibilities. Great location with the A6 & A38 autoroutes within minutes of the property and in a developing town with a great selection of restaurants and commerce. Also in the town is the Burgundy Canal and at 5 minutes a 18 hole golf course within a Chateau Hotel.
The property is entered through iron gates to a driveway leading to the garages and to the gardens. The property comprises: A large family house with delightful traditional features; marble and stone fireplaces, oak beamed ceilings, floors of parquet, stone, ceramic and clay tiles. The charm and character is evident throughout. Ground floor: Kitchen, dining room and sitting room both with fireplaces and beamed ceilings, four bedrooms all with beamed ceilings, bathroom, two toilets and storage cupboards. A beautiful wooden staircase leads to the upper floor,
Upper Floor: Hallway connecting to a living room with a fireplace and access to the garden terrace, smaller second living room/library, four bedrooms, bathroom, shower room and toilet.
Attic level: bedroom (basic finish) and three sections of attic suitable to convert.
Other buildings: double garage (four cars), two vaulted wine cellars, a stable, storage building and an independent pigeon tower.
Gardens: Stone terrace with access to some upper floor rooms, In ground swimming pool(10m x 5m), gardens and parkland with open views and mature trees and flowering plants.
A very suitable property to consider bed and breakfast, a leisure activity project or as a large family home.
It's rare to find these days the character features of this property.
Immediately habitable, but with some refurbishment and decoration to consider.
Person managing this property
Téléphone: +33 677883720
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
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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.