Old sheppards house isolated with panoramic view, Côte-d'Or, Burgundy and Franche-Comté
This rustic with exposed stone walls, tomettes (clay tiles) flooring, exposed oak beams is situated only 1 km from a small village on top of the hill. Wood heating, triple glassing, good insolation, this house is very pleasant even in winter. A peaceful spot in the woods.
This property is surrounded by a hedge, dry stone walls, fields and a pine wood. The house is fully integrated in nature and offers views on the beautiful valley.
We enter into a very large room a bit like in a chateau, with a part of the ceiling at 7 m high, a monumental fireplace with inserted woode burner facing a dining area.
A stair case leads to a bedroom on the mezzanine of 32 m² with view on the monumental fireplace. A french door lead to a small balcony where you can take your morning coffee.
From the living room, few stpes lead to a small kitchen with clay tile flooring and a beamed ceiling. Then a shower room recently renovated with Burgundy flag stone flooring. Next to the shower room, a laundry room with separate toilet. A designed staircase lead to the attic where two bedrooms have been developped. You have to go through one to get to the other. They both have oak parquet. the first bedroom has natural light coming in through an oval porthole and the seconde has an opening overlooking the living room. There is a toilet on this floor as well.
Outside, you can access a wine cellar directly on the ground. It was planed to create a terrace above, still feasable.
A veggie plot is situated on the lower ground of the property, next to this veggie corner you can find a pool surrounded by a wooden deck.
The old stone pigeon tower is currently used for storage but could be transformed into a guest house.
A garden shed is large enought to currently have a study/office in it.
A quiet nest, in the forest, only 5 km from Nolay and its restaurants and shops.