Complex of 6 apartments/rental units currently producing income with heated pool and large owners' apartment. Situated in the middle of the triangle Autun (Morvan Regional Park) Beaune (Capital of quality burgundy wine) and Chalon sur Saone. Surrounded by fields
The property is situated in the country side, still near to Couches with its castle and vineyards. There are several buildings, in total 560m2 habitable and with room for more development, all set around a courtyard with flowers and a herb garden. The units are large and each if them completely independent.
Barn : with the owners accommodation on the ground floor , and three apartments on the first floor of around 60 m2 each with balcony/patio and mezzanine bedroom
The original farmhouse: one apartment on the ground floor, one above on the first floor, each of 72m2.
The Pigeonnier: set apart from the other buildings and deceivingly large at 74 m2.
The owners apartment has a private courtyard, large living room of 40m2, a bedroom with next to it a jacuzzi, total surface here is 160m2.
Do ask us for plans and further room sizes.
The current owners have enjoyed running this successful business since 1990. The original property dates from the 19th century and has been completely renovated and modernised since 2000. All is in excellent condition and the complex is ready to move into and continue the business.
The guests enjoy a carefree vacation on the 3,600 m² terrain, surrounded by this pure, unspoiled part of France, well-known for the wines and delicious food.
The property offers fantastic views which can be enjoyed in all tranquillity.
• Gas-fired central heating in the owners'apartment and four of the gîtes
• Electric heating and wood burners in the other two gîtes
• The windows in the owners'apartment and three of the gîtes are double glazed
• The roof and walls are insulated
• The septic tanks meet the European standards
• A broadband internet connection is available
A unique tourism complex, in true French peaceful countryside with amazing views near to the burgundy vines.