Lovely renovated farmhouse with holiday home on an acre
BAUDRIERES, SAONE ET LOIRE, BURGUNDY
Main house: Entrance to the house by a full length covered terrace into a hallway with on one side the large kitchen/breakfast room (16m2) and on the other the bright living room with cosy wood burner (34m2). From the living room and kitchen is access also to the back garden. The kitchen leads through to a large dining room (25m2) with a pellet burner and above a mezzanine (11m2) which can make a spare bedroom or office. From the dining room access to a large utility room with toilet, shower room and a storage cellar.
Stairs from the living room lead to the first floor landing which gives access to two pleasant bedrooms under the eaves (17m2) a bathroom with bath and washstand (7m2), separate toilet and a large second living room or study (67m2), which could in turn become a further suite if required.
Guest house: Under the same roof as the main house and all on the ground floor, a private entrance from the back by the sunny terrace leads into the kitchen (13m2). There is a shower room with wash stand, shower and washing machine, a spacious living/dining room (29m2), toilet and 2 double bedrooms (12m2).
Heating is by effective economic electric heaters, a wood burner and a pellet burner. The house is well insulated and double glazed.
The property has a large double garage at right angles to the main house, with access to an independent bedroom (14m2) with shower room and toilet that could be rented as well. It needs a little work to finish it off and improve the entrance from the garage.
On the plot of nearly an acre is a charming covered terrace and the former bread oven now used as barn for storage. The garden wraps around the house and has open views on all sides. No direct neighbours, the only nearby house is across the small lane and well hidden by trees.
Many possible projects for this large property in the calm countryside, close to the village of Baudrières.
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The Bresse, mysterious forests, lush pastures, romantic castles, brick medieval farmhouses and fantastic chickens! This region of Burgundy, bordering on the Jura mountains is well known by Swiss who find it the ideal holiday retreat. Charming houses, big plots and peace and quiet are their main interest and of course all the qualities of French living, gastronomy, wine and ancient traditions and habits. Come and discover this unspoiled and charming part of Burgundy, guaranteed selfie stick free!View more