Set in the heart of the delightful Morvan region, on the heights and edge of a lovely village offering panoramic views, we have this Longere that is fully renovated over its 195 m2 of living space.
GROUND FLOOR: a large living room of 45 m2 with equipped kitchen. This room opens onto a large terrace enjoying a splendid view. This level also has 2 bedrooms, a bathroom with toilet and a large living room of 45m2, utility room.
FIRST FLOOR: a large living room of 30 m2, a bathroom, a toilet, a landing room serving 2 large bedrooms of 15 m2 and 20 m2. An area of 40 m2 attic ready to convert into more living space if required.
The building rests on an enclosed plot of about 1 Hectare.
A garage and a vaulted cellar round off the set.
A beautiful property, renovated with great care and located in a very pleasant environment.
Living area: 195 m2
Land area: 10,000 m2
NOTE: Actual village location may not be as stated but is within approx. 20/30 kms, ask for more details.
The department of Nievre belongs to the Burgundy region which some still refer to as the Bourgogne region. It is located in the centre of France, and has borders with Allier (in the Auvergne), Saone-et-Loire, Yonne, Cote d'Or, Cher and Loiret (in the Centre region). Nevers is the capital of the department, the other large towns are Chateau-Chinon, Clamecy and Cosne-Cours-sur-Loire. The department boasts 313 very nice towns and villages, and 4 historical regions: Bourgogne-Nivernaise, Nivernais-Morvan, Nevers sud-Nivernais and Puisaye-Forterre.
You may recognise a few 'famous wine' names as this one of the major wine producing regions of France. As this is a rural area we find that house prices are rather low, it gives you the opportunity to invest in a bigger property than you would do in other regions. You can transform some old farm complex into a guest gite business quite effectively because you will not have difficulty finding paying holiday makers in summer.
Nievre is a rather touristic destination. It takes advantage of its geographic location, next to the Centre region, and it has 2 rivers, the Loire and the Allier, the latter being a tributary of the former. As we mentioned earlier the area is renowned world wide for its wine production, known as Vins de Bourgogne.
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