In the heart of Pommard with garden and cellars, Côte-d'Or, Burgundy and Franche-Comté
In a calm street, a stone throw away from shops, this old carriage relay has been renovated over the years preserving its original stone floors, exposing its oak beams and stone walls. A nice vaulted cellar and a private garden at the back, this property has lots of charm.Enter in a hall leading to a dining room to the left with kitchen, and a shower room with toilet to the right entirely remodeled for disabled people and in front a large living room.
The open plan kitchen with a central island separating it from the long room with access to the south-west facing garden. The floor is covered with white tiles. A long oak beam supports a French style ceiling and the wall are exposed showing the local stone of Comblanchien. This living room is bright thanks to a window on the street side and a French door to the garden.
A double door opens onto a large salon with fireplace. Inside the fireplace a wooden burner is inserted, more efficient for heating. The floor is covered with original flag stones and one of the four is exposed showing the local limestone. The ocrea color of the Puisaye (northern Burgundy) on the walls gives a warmer feel to this room. A French door and a window open onto the garden.
From the kitchen an oak staircase leads to the first floor onto a mezzanine showing the splendid roof structure. This 17 m² room has a parquet and is currently used as a study. It leads to a shower room with toilet and to 2 bedrooms either way of the stairs leading to the second mezzanine with a child’s bedroom.
In the 2 bedrooms under the eaves of 20m2 of floor space, the beams and stone walls are exposed. The roof slopes down over half the surface and is covered with pine wood paneling. 2 windows on the floor are letting natural light in.
The 100 m² garden, peaceful and sunny, offer a pleasant outside space for the summer. It is very private since a stone wall separates it from the vineyards, and a non-constructible plot. A gate leads to a garden shed and a small dead-end path.
2 Cellars under the house, accessible from the street side, allows to keep good wines.