The house has been renovated to make a large family home, with wood-fired central heating and double glazing throughout. A central hallway leads on one side to a living room with large stone fireplace and an adjoining fitted kitchen with room for a family table and patio doors leading to a terrace. To the other side, a corridor, 2 bedrooms currently used as office and playroom, a boiler room, a utility room (which could become a bathroom) and WC. Upstairs a landing leads to 4 bedrooms, a bathroom, separate WC and a studio bedroom with access from an outside staircase, a shower room with WC and a corner kitchen.
To the west of the house from the courtyard is a 200 m2 stable block with 7 stalls and one large stable area. Above is an open hay loft. Next to this, are some smaller outbuildings and a bread oven.
The opposite side of the courtyard is a larger outbuilding for storage and a covered arena of 300 m2.
The property has an outdoor arena and adjoining field of 13.5 acres. The grass here was previously declared as organic and there is 2.5 acres of recently planted old-variety fruit trees.
Underneath the house is a vaulted cellar.
The house has a good structure, ready to use but is in need of decorating throughout and would benefit from another bathroom.
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A rare property with land in the Côte Chalonnaise
Chalon sur Saône is the second largest town in Burgundy after Dijon. This dynamic, economic centre, offers many cultural activities. Ex-pats living in the area come here for its varied supply of shops, and the many activities organized. Stay west for the rolling hills with vineyards, east is the flatter Bresse area.
The area between Chalon sur Saone and Cluny, to the west of the A6 mototrway, with beautiful rolling hills and vineyards in their valleys.