The furthermost department of Burgundy, with Chalon sur Saone as its main city, and Macon as its capital. Loved because of its Rivers and canals and the many cycle routes along them. A wide variety of landscpapes: The fertile Bresse plain to the east, the wine hills in the middle, and rolling country side with charollais cows to the west.
The kitchen and dining room is a big space of 50m2 with in the corner the equipped kitchen and a big dining space in front of a stone fire place with wood burner. Beautiful oak beamed ceiling and clay tiles on the floor. A great space to receive and entertain guests.
The living room on the left is about the same size as the kitchen with 52m2 again with fire place, oak beamed ceiling and clay tiles. very cosy and charming. Windows on both sides let in lots of light. Furthermore on this floor a big utility with freezers, washing machines and storage and access to the garden. A bathroom is located between the living room and the kitchen with bath and sink and seperate toilet.
Up the extra wide stairs to the mezzanine with dormer windows and impressive oak roof structure (31m2) giving access to all the bedrooms and a bathroom with shower, wash bassin and seperate toilet. The bedrooms are a good size, light and charming: 16m2, 16m2, 10m2 and 12m2. The room om 12m2 is used as an office.
The garden is about 877m2 and perfectly landscaped with terraces, an outside garden and barbecue, a double garage with attic and three small stone buildings, one used as wine cellar. Truly ideal for summer nights and easy to keep. There is even space for a pool.
The house is in perfect condition with double glazing, good insulation, connected to the mains sewage and very well kept. Ready to be enjoyed right away.
The rivier nearby is perfect for fishing, relaxing, walking or just to look at it. The cosy restaurant serves all the good things the river has to offer. The house doesn't flood of course. Great holiday home in a popular village.
See Annebeth Holthuis for the beautiful area criss crossed by rivers and fields in between burgundy and the jura hills