At the end of a dead-end road, you can find this two store house with a double stair case leading to front door. A large living room with exposed beamed ceiling, flag stone flooring, typical from Burgundy, a stone fireplace and oak double glazed windows south and north facing. The open plan kitchen with a marble and wood central island, a lounge corner near the fire, a dining corner, make this place very cosy. It has access to a small private garden, very peaceful for the summer family dinner. An outdoor staircase leads to the first floor.
Behind the living room, a small room with fireplace leading to a bedroom and a corridor where you can find the stairs, a bathroom, WC and a second door to the garden.
On the first floor, a hallway distributes to the WC, a laundry room and two nice bedrooms, one of which has a on-suite shower room with wash basin. This bedroom has very high ceilings and a small mezzanine allowing room for a extra bed. At the end of the hallway, access to the small garden via a stone staircase.
The burgundy character is everywhere in this nice house: exposed beams, flag stone flooring, small alcoves and niches in the stone walls, all well preserved.
Outside, either side of the stairs, some steps lead to two cellars. The most beautiful one has 2 vaults on stone pillars. It has been turn into a wine tasting area with a small bar in a corner. Some stairs give access to the garden.
On the other side of the dead-end street, an outbuilding with 2 access. One access in the old stables with 2 horse boxes, the other via a double garage door into a large area that could host 2 vehicles.
A little further on the path, a garden with trees on two levels along a stream called 'L’Avant Dheune' offers a play area in the countryside.
Person managing this property
Address: Agent commmercial RSAC Dijon : 434907077
email@example.com +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
This lively region is the heart of Burgundy with the worldfamous town Beaune as the centre of the wine industry. Dijon is the capital, a lively student city with lots of history as the former capital of the Dukes of Burgundy, great gastronomy and great shops.