The property is entered through a wooden gate, with vehicle access possible, to a walled internal courtyard connecting to the main house and the other buildings. The courtyard environment gives the immediately feeling of privacy and tranquillity
Main House: (195m2) habitable area with oil fired central heating. An entrance hallway leads to both the first floor and to the basement consisting of; the original 19th century kitchen, a large storage area, boiler room and a wine cellar with access direct to the courtyard.
The first floor is elevated above the basement with views over the courtyard garden. It comprises a spacious L-shaped kitchen fitted with units and standard appliances, a bathroom and toilet, a long living room with dinning and sitting areas, tall arched windows overlooking the courtyard garden and a stone open fireplace. Leading from this living room is a leisure/music/cinema room with a mezzanine library and a bedroom.
The second floor has a hallway connecting to four bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room/toilet.
Attic (95m2) height is restricted, but could be used as a children’s play area or for storage.
The additional buildings add the possibility of increasing the habitable area of the property, introducing the option of rental income or independent guest/family lodgings or as they are today used to supplement the main house. These buildings comprise:
Garage/workshop – 60m2 Two sections of rooms (offices) 38m2 Large sports room (78m2) Two attics (165m2) – conversion possible.
Courtyard Garden – 300m2
Gated entrance. Planted with mature trees and shrubs. Feature stone Chimney Barbeque Grill. Access to all buildings.
In addition, there is a small area of land behind the garage.
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
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.