Built in the early 19th century, this house is built with original Burgundy stone, restored by the current owners, it has retained the characteristics and appearance of the original style. Situated in the heart of the village and benefiting from a nice garden, the property offers an intimacy with views of the pastures on the horizon.
GROUND FLOOR: a kitchen open to a large dining room with an old fireplace, a lounge and fireplace, a bedroom, a bathroom, and a laundry room with boiler making.
FIRST FLOOR: 3 large bedrooms including a master suite with private bathroom, and en extra bathroom.
OUTBUILDING: there is an independent garage, and a beautiful vaulted cellar.
It rests on a lovely plot of 1500 m2.
Ideally located, 15 min from the TGV station.
Living area 160 m2
Land area: 1,500 m2
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 Cote d'Or department is located in the north east of the stunning Burgundy region. The department was created in around 1790 and it is the only French department where the name does not originate from a geographical location. The name 'Cote d'Or' was given because of the gold colour of the vineyards at Beaune during autumn.
Cote d'Or shares borders with the departments of Yonne, Jura, Haute-Saone, Nievre, Saone-et-Loire, Aube and Haute-Marne. The main town and indeed the prefecture of the department is Dijon, yes where the mustard comes from!
The area, in common with many other French departments, suffered from varied invasions through the centuries, but it managed to develop again and is now famous for its 'art de vivre' heritage and gastronomical delights.
Good wines are in abundance with the famous Route des Grands Crus a personal favourite. This tourist route goes from Dijon to Santenay and offers people the possibility to discover 40+ villages where fine wines of the Cote de Beaune and Cote de Nuits St George are produced.
Famous villages such as Gevrey-Chambertin, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Beaune, Pommard, Vosne-Romanee, Meursault or Puligny-Montrachet belong to Cote d'Or. The department offers therefore outstanding landscapes with the numerous vineyards and an unspoilt nature.
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