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House Berg
  • 180 m2
  • 6  rooms
  • 3  bedrooms
  • land 3 300 m2

Historic residence of Berg (France), a bucolic village in the heart of the hilly Alsace, this 180 m² mansion was built in 1730 on a 33 ares plot. At the time, it welcomed Captain Johann Jacob Schweitzer, who was in charge of collecting tithes on behalf of the King. It underwent a major renovation at the end of the 1990s, which gave pride of place to its many charming assets. A double staircase leads to the entrance door topped by a lintel with the date of construction engraved on it. With its old terracotta tiles and exposed beams, the entrance sets the tone. It serves a dining room decorated with an old wooden floor, a large bathroom with shower and bathtub, a living room as well as a kitchen with a period smoking room. A remarkable stone staircase leads to the first floor, which houses a lounge area decorated with a solid parquet floor and a fireplace. It adjoins a parental bedroom that charms with its volumes, woodwork and dressing area hidden behind a carved wooden partition. A second bedroom and a shower room complete this level. Attic space that can be converted on two levels adds to the building's potential. The outdoor areas are not to be outdone with an orchard, an enclosed garden and a relaxation area with its jacuzzi. The attached barn can also be used as a garage or workshop. Its character, its walls full of history and its generous land are all assets for this charming property located a few kilometers from the Regional Natural Park of the Northern Vosges. Kindergarten within walking distance Contact: Sébastien, commercial agent n°RSAC 844481564

reference : 0305EAS - Le Figaro Properties reference : 26321295


  • EPC : D (166)
  • GHG : E (50)
Localisation : 67 Berg
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