Un département dynamique d'où les vins les plus célèbres de Bourgogne proviennent, avec Beaune pour capitale viticole. Quant à Dijon, la capitale régionale, elle est imprégnée d'histoire en particulier celle des Ducs de Bourgogne.
The house, elevated over three wine cellars has several entrance doors connecting to various parts of the house. The main entrance at the front and is found on the elevated stone paved terrace. A further two entrance doors are at the front and on another at the rear of the house. The house comprises; a lower garden floor with external and internal access to a living/office room of 38m2, with a fireplace and is connected to the upper ground floor by a staircase and the main entrance hall leading you to the well equipped kitchen/ dining room, laundry room and then to the spacious and charming living room of 58m2. Also on this level are three bedrooms, a toilet with wash basin and a shower room.
The first floor is accessed via a staircase situated in the living room to a hallway divided in two directions and leads on the east side to the master bedroom with exposed oak roof beams, a bathroom and two walk-in storage cupboards and to the west a bedroom and shower room. The land is mainly to the front with a fabulous front garden, walled and fenced with a wrought iron balustrade, planted with mature trees and flowering plants and shrubs and with views back to the house and across the village and countryside.
The barn has two levels, 40m2 on the ground floor and a further 60m2 on the upper level that is suitable to convert to habitable area. In addition, there are three cellars; a wine cellar, a storage cellar and a vegetable/pantry cellar.
The property has charm, is classical with its original features of fireplaces, stone floors and oak beams, is in good general condition and nicely situated for tranquillity and access to the northern sector of Burgundy.