All the ground floor rooms have a door to the garden, although the usual entrance is directly into the farmhouse style kitchen. This opens onto a cosy living room with a woodburning stove in the fireplace, windows on both sides and a terrace to the back. In the renovated barn is a more formal salon or dining room with a full bay window on the south side, showing off the rural scenery to the horizon. To the back of the kitchen is a large bathroom and a separate WC. Upstairs are 4 spacious double bedrooms, 2 small single bedrooms (which could be knocked through to make another double room) and a shower room with a WC.
The old stable of 40 m2 is used as a workshop and can be accessed from the house or through a double door from the outside, wide enough for a very small car. Two cellars can be found underneath the kitchen, one of which is vaulted.
The house has retained many character features such as pointed stones and exposed beams, with the bonus of fantastic far-reaching views of the rolling countryside from all windows.
There is a wood-burning stove in the living room, plus inertia electric heaters in most rooms and double glazing throughout. Currently used as a comfortable holiday home, most of the furniture is available so that the house can be used straight away.
Outside is small terrace in front of the kitchen, a long sunny garden to the side of the house and a shady terrace to the back which catches the sun in the evening. Just over a little used lane, is an enclosed orchard with a small detached stone outbuilding.
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An authentic family or holiday home with panoramic views of the south Burgundy countryside.