A few km from the historical and cultural site of Vezelay, This property with raw stones date back to the first half of the 19th century, located at the exit of a small village, develops 260 m2.
The property has been completely restored in recent years with beautiful materials and offers a warm interior henceforth, bright and very comfortable.
The lobby serves an intimate space, ideal for entertaining friends, with two bedrooms, bathroom, toilet and games room. A staircase provides access to the main level, on the ground floor.
On the right, three bedrooms including a master suite, bathroom, toilet. On the left, the living space with the dining room, the kitchen open to the living room (large room of 45m2).
Character retained everywhere: stone walls, beams, wooden flooring, tiles, stone fireplace:
On the upper floor, an extra room and the library space or television. In total, the property currently offers six rooms.
Accessible from the living spaces, both External terraces are very intimate. No vis-a-vis. Land of approximately 4800 m2.
Great outbuilding of 110 m2 ground on two levels, accessible from the terraces and courtyard of the house. Vaulted cellar.
Heating by reversible heat pump.
A stunning property which was the subject of a very high quality of renovation, in the heart of the eternal Burgundy countryside, ideal as a second home or family property, about two hours from Paris.
Living area: 260 m2
Land area: 4,800 m2
Heating: Heat pump
Tax Fonciere: 1000 EUROS
Sanitation: SEPTIC TANK
NOTE: Actual village location may not be as stated but is within approx. 20/30 kms, ask for more details.
The department of Yonne is one of the four departments of the Burgundy region, or Burgundy if you prefer. As with many departments in France the department is named after the Yonne River running through the department from north to south and it is a tributary of the Seine River. The capital town of the area is Auxerre, with other important towns being Avallon and Sens. Yonne is the third department of the region in terms of population size and some would say it is the most attractive area.
Yonne attracts more and more people every year and is made up of three different areas; 1. The Burgundy Province, 2. The Champagne Province, 3. The Orleanais. This mix has made Yonne very rich in cultural and historical events and places to visit.
Agricultural activities are significant in this rural area and so there are many nice properties for sale in idyllic rural settings, and finally tourism is a strong income provider for the region with lots of parisians holidaying in the department.
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