The principal house is set on three levels: Ground floor with entrance hallway leading to two bedrooms, a shower room/toilet and a contemporary staircase with pewter tone hand rails leading to the first upper floor. Here you will find a vast open-plan living area of 80m2 incorporating a kitchen fitted with long kitchen worktops tops and floor units and a bar where family or visitors can join in the meal preparation, a TV/Media area, sitting area and dining area. Another set of stairs this time in oak leads to a mezzanine floor with floor space of 26 m2 providing flexible space for an office or sleeping area.
A barn is attached to the main house and is entered through a door on the ground floor. The barn has original oak beams, a concrete floor to provide parking for 2 cars, a workshop area and a storage room. In addition, there is a laundry/storage area with an independent partly finished room above with its own entrance staircase. From the courtyard, the barn is entered through impressive tall wooden doors.
Passing from the barn via a laundry/storage area you can enter the original farmhouse which is currently used as a guest house and offers habitable areas on two levels and alternatively, the house can be accessed through 2 exterior entrances (one into the kitchen) or the second through double French doors leading to a paved terrace area overlooking the garden and pool. The ground floor has a fitted kitchen in the traditional Burgundy farmhouse style, a bathroom and toilet, a dining room entered through an arched entrance and with a staircase leading to the upper floor and a bedroom with en suite shower room. The upper floor consists of a cosy living area with wooden floors, 2 bedrooms, one with an en suite bathroom and toilet. This guest house gives the opportunity of a holiday rental or B & B house.
A very attractive and immediately habitable property with rental potential.
South of Auxerre, the Yonne river meanders in the heart of the countryside between vineyards, limestone cliffs, but also vast fields of crops on plateaus interrupted by ancient villages near the forest where all the houses are made of the local white limestone.
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