The house offers an entrance porch of 11 metres long with sliding doors giving access to the river and the front garden. Leading from the porch is an open plan living area looking up to a minstrel’s gallery, an upper floor with bedrooms and in addition, a spacious garage, workshop, cellar and utility room.
The ground floor area includes a sitting area around a beautiful stone and brick open fireplace, a dining area and then connects to the kitchen which is fitted with floor and wall units and the standard electrical features and a shower room and toilet. A large wooden staircase connects you with the upper floor arriving on the minstrel’s gallery which is a perfect place for an office/study or library. At either end of the gallery are two bedrooms, one having an en suite bathroom.
At the front of the house is a small and easy to maintain paved garden with mature flowering shrubs and superb views along the river and to the town. There is also a small area at the side of the house with access to the river.
Surprisingly, this charming house was built in 1974 in the style of an ancient town house using local craftsmen to fabricate the oak beam structures, the fireplace, staircase, balustrades, doors and windows. With good insulation and in good general condition it offers low maintenance and would offer a great seasonal rental option.
The Auxois area has become the Burgundy area of choice for those that do not specifically need to be in the wine area. It nearness to Dijon, its magnificent and lively medieval towns around Semur-en-Auxois, the Burgundy Canal, its many castles, make this a great area to explore and live.
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