The main house offers 210 m2 of habitable space on two levels. On the main floor, kitchen, dining room with wonderfull coloured tiled floor and marble fire place. At far end of the house the light and large (38m2) salon with oak parquet floor. The living room has windows looking on the garden and the view beyond. All three these reception rooms, have access to the covered terrace, from where you look onto the formal garden and private courtyard. In the hallway a toilet for the guests. Kitchen is split in two, to the front a dining area, and to the back a wet area with wash basin, and dishwasher, etc.. Upstairs four bedrooms, and two shower rooms with separate toilet in the hallway. Three bedrooms have carpeted floors, the last bedroom above the salon is the largest and also has the same parquet floor. The attic above the house is good for storage, but too low for converting for extra space.
Under the manor house are two vaulted cellars, one for the wine storage and another as the utility cellar with oil fired boiler, and the heat exchanged, both feeding heat to the radiators in the house.
There is a simple guest house is near the tennis court. This a simple studio of 20M2, with toilet, kitchen net and shower. A nice covered terrace to the front.
The pool is 8 x 4 meter, and is heated.
the tennis court is fenced off.
The pond is more a feature than a fishing pond. If one wants to go fishing the Dheune river is a little further down the road.
A great complex ready to be used, full of original details.
Person managing this property
Benjamin Haas ( B4U )
Téléphone: +33 6 75 01 62 00
Address: Agent Immobilier SIRET 440 793 826 00031
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
The furthermost department of Burgundy, with Chalon sur Saone as its main city, and Macon as its capital. Loved because of its Rivers and canals and the many cycle routes along them. A wide variety of landscpapes: The fertile Bresse plain to the east, the wine hills in the middle, and rolling country side with charollais cows to the west.