1 000 m2
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Near Auxerre. A long bridle path leads to this exceptional period property dating from the 16th century and remodelled in the 18th century.
Comprising four main buildings, it is set in peaceful extensive grounds with French formal gardens, woodland, streams and ponds.
Featuring vestiges of the drawbridge and protected by a wrought-iron grille, the entrance porch has resisted the passing centuries and accesses an elegant central courtyard with three buildings bordering the moats.
The four buildings have been recently restored and are in perfect condition.
Superb living and reception rooms and bedrooms with private bathrooms command magnificent views.
To the rear of the courtyard, the formal gardens are accessed by means of a stone bridge also featuring a superb wrought-iron grille.
A central period water feature has been transformed into a swimming pool.
A little consecrated chapel is on the edge of the woods which boast centennial trees, as do the gardens which also feature an orchard and a vegetable garden.
Two caretaker’s lodges at the entrance to the property have been converted into 3 dwellings.
Each benefit from privacy and open onto gardens distinctly separate from the main building.
Other annexes include a building with 8 garages, as well as a function room featuring soaring ceilings.
The ensemble is perfectly maintained.
50-page file with photos, technical details and further information by request.
Advertiser reference: 83258765 - Le Figaro Properties reference: 61681574
- Panoramic view
- Handicapped accessible
- Surface 1 000 m2
- Rooms 20
- Bedrooms 15
- Land N/A*
- Construction 1735
- Nb of floors 3
- Parking N/A*
- Bathrooms N/A*
- Toilets N/A*
- Exposure N/A*
- Heating Gas
- Kitchen Equipped
- Property tax N/A*
Energy Performance Certificate451 90*
*GreenHouse Gas emission90
This property is not subject to co-ownership
2,200,000 to 5,500,000 $
Fees to be paid by the seller
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