The property is situated at the edge of the village of Flée which is a small tranquil village with an impressive Château. The village offers easy access to the Autoroute A6 for Paris, the nearby commerce at the medieval town of Semur en Auxois, Dijon and the south. The house was carefully restored by the current owners from 2002 to a very high standard adding practical comforts but retaining the original character and features throughout.
Sitting independently this charming and delightful 15th century property with history as a priory and a church school, has is restored to a high standard with original features coupled with comfortable standards; immediately habitable with four bedrooms, a walled courtyard, garden and garage.
The house is entered through a garden courtyard to the choice of two entry doors. One door leads directly to the kitchen and dining area and the other to a large reception hallway leading to the ground floor rooms and staircase.
The living room is charming, bright and spacious with six tall windows. Features include a stone fireplace with a wood stove, concealed radiators and an oak beamed ceiling. There is a second smaller sitting room (snug), this room could be used as a formal dining room or left as a cosy sitting room. There is a bedroom with en suite shower, hand basin and toilet, a large kitchen fitted with a range of floor and wall units, electrical fixtures and an area for dining. There is a wood stove installed in the dining part of this room.
The upper floor is connected via a elegant staircase leading to a wide hallway connecting the three double bedrooms, one with an en suite bathroom and toilet and a family bathroom with bath tub, shower hand basin and toilet.
In addition, there is a detached garage of 56m2 situated at the entrance of the property with a gravel areas for parking at the side of the property.
The garden consists of grass and mature trees, a courtyard in front of the house, two natural water wells and an old underground cellar, unfortunately in ruin, but could be restored.
The property has great appeal with charm good decoration, coupled with its history and its excellent restoration makes it extremely interesting and desirable.