In a hamlet in the South Morvan, overlooking the meadows and hills, lies this renovated farmhouse, with a cellar space, barn, stable and a guest house to be renovated, on a flat plot of 1595 m2. The house has many original details and is prepared for expansion.
Central to the house is the kitchen diner, which provides access to the living room of 40 m2 with a fireplace and French beamed ceiling. Behind the kitchen you will find a bedroom, connected to a bathroom. This bathroom can also be entered from the hall. In the hall, with toilet and second entrance is the stairs. Upstairs everything is made ready for living, with floor and ceiling insulation and three dormer windows, but the space can still be arranged freely.
Adjacent to the house, you will find a farm of the longere-type. There is a large cool storage space that can be reached from the inside and then a shed and a stable. There is sufficient terrace space and a garden with a view in front of the house. On the side of the house there is another small house with a fireplace that could be converted into a guest apartment. Behind the house is enough land for a spacious vegetable garden. There are also some fruit trees.
The hamlet is situated close to Larochemillay, a very old town with an old castle, which finds its origine to the Gallic and Gallo-Roman times. Nature lovers can endlessly enjoy long walks through forests and along waterstreams. In the spring, the verges are covered with primroses and orchids. During the day you can hear the hops, the putter, the green woodpecker and the golden oriole, in the twilight the spooky sound of the nightjar and after the darkness the many owls, including the Eagle Owl. On top of the nearby Mont Beuvray, are the excavations of the ancient Gallic city of Bibracte, known for Julius Caesar and Vercingetorix. A little further is the old Gallo-Roman city of Autun, with the old city gates, walls, temples and amphitheaters.