Modern house with guesthouse and magnificent view
LAROCHEMILLAY, NIEVRE, BURGUNDY
In the garden there is a comfortably furnished, well-insulated wooden guest house. Further to the rear is a shed, with a well and water collection facility; there is space for a large vegetable garden. On the other side is a large lawn. There is a building permit for an extra house here. This plot has its own entrance with a right of way over the neighboring terrain behind the plot.
Larochemillay is a town whose history dates back to Celtic times. The castle was first mentioned when it was destroyed in the time of Pippin the Short, the father of Charlemagne. The town received city rights in 1280 and was once the lively center of the wider region. The castle is traditionally inhabited by a Count and Countess to this date. The town offers two restaurants and a post office, an annual Jazz festival, a large village festival and an active party association that organizes all kinds of events. Within the larger municipality you also find the excavation site of the famous city of Bibracte, where Vercingetorix was elected king of the Celts. Julius Caesar spent the winter of 52 BC here, after nearly all the Celts had been defeated; he wrote the famous Commentarii de bello Gallico. There is a modern museum on the site.
You can do your shopping in Luzy, 10 kilometers away, or a little further away in the old Gallo Roman city of Autun.
The Morvan is loved by nature lovers for good reason. There are endless walking routes, terrain bicycle and equestrian routes and lovers of plants, trees, birds and mammals can indulge themselves here. Several wild streams cut through the hilly landscape. The meadows are lined with hedges. The forests are vast. In the spring, the roadsides are full of primroses, followed by the many wild orchids that appear in the end of April. During the day you can enjoy birds of prey, from merlin to pygmy eagle, at dusk you can enjoy the ghostly sound of the nightjar and at night you can enjoy the call of owls, including that of the little owl and the eagle owl.
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