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Property Beaune
  • 350 m2
  • 17  rooms
  • 7  bedrooms
  • land 5 000 m2

Former residence of the steward of one of the most beautiful castles of Burgundy, south of the Côte d'Or, this property group organized around an inner courtyard, is distinguished by remarkable architectural elements fortunately preserved. These are the footprints of his different destinations. House keeper of the property of the Duke of Montmorency, care home held by nuns, orphanage, home for the elderly, and finally the main residence and winery since the 70s. The main building incorporates the dwelling house, consisting of raised ground floor: living room of 45 m² with fireplace, dining room, kitchen, living room with fireplace, vestibule and toilet. On the floor: four rooms, an office, bathroom, clearing and TOILET. Cellars below. The other part of the building offers on the ground floor: tasting cellar, winery and cellar-boiler room and access porch to the courtyard; on the first floor: apartment type F4 of about 100m²; Attics convertible above the same surface. On the other side of the courtyard, another stone building that requires work also serves the wine business with: a large vat room (70m²), kitchen, toilets, porch giving access to the garden and discounts on ground floor. court. On the floor: room (70m ²), room, landing and former chapel of about fifty square meters. The garden, walled and planted, west side, extends over nearly 100 meters; it is decorated with a well and several stone sheds and a former dovecote. It may well be that the Duke of France came to warm himself near the majestic chimney of the house keeper of his castle. It has an ornate carved coat: a coat of arms, medallions, a cherub and a doe protecting it and decorated with moldings. In addition to this remarkable fireplace, note: French ceilings, crows in stone, hexagonal tiles, slabs of Burgundy and parquet floors, a spiral stone staircase, stained glass windows, stone fireplaces, arched openings, niches, a vaulted cellar, niches ... Mullioned windows, exposed stonework, arched openings, stone sizes in the contours of the openings give to the facade bring out the authentic stamp of the main facade. An ogive window and two rosettes (chapel side) and exposed stones characterize the facade of the second building. Central heating. This property is intended for different real estate projects, whether private or professional (wine, tourism, rental or other). Charles V and Francis I would have enjoyed a good fireplace fire enjoying a glass of Romanée and an amber beer ... And you? To visit, without hesitation! Contact: Rémy VAN HEMELRYCK 06 12 45 22 30 Commercial Agent - RSAC Number: 509107272 - CHALON SUR SAONE

Advertiser reference : 3855 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 25984445


  • EPC : N/A
  • GHG : N/A

Price details of this property:

Fees inclusive of tax to be paid by the purchaser: 3.78% of the price of the property

Localisation : 21 Beaune
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