Near St. Leger sous Beuvray, at the foot of Mont Beuvray, in the South Morvan, lies this low-maintenance, recently built wooden house in a spacious private garden, with an unobstructed view of the hills. The house, built as a log cabin, is cool in the summer and dry and warm in the winter.
The front door leads to the living room with open kitchen. From here there are doors to two bedrooms on the ground floor and a bathroom with WC, doors to the terrace and the garden and a staircase to the spacious landing on the first floor that provides access to two more bedrooms. The house is perfect for permanent residence or as a holiday home and, due to the bathroom and bedrooms on the ground floor, also offers good opportunities for senior habitation.
Nearby is the village of Saint Leger sous Beuvray. Here you will find a bakery, grocery, pharmacy, gas station and two restaurants. The Celtic Museum Bibracte can be reached via a short cut, continuing along the road, past a small hamlet and a few hundred meters of semi-paved road, with the nearby excavations to the huge city of the Heduers, where Julius Caesar is Bello in 52 BC Gallico wrote. Via the same route and actually all the roads in the immediate vicinity, you can walk endlessly, through the beautiful nature of the 173,000-hectare nature park The Morvan.
Nearby are famous places like the Roman city of Autun, with its great culinary markets, city walls, gates, amphitheater and recovered mosaics and Vezelay, especially famous for its Basilica. Wine lovers are a short drive away to find the most beautiful wines in the world.