- Type: House
- Living surface: 450
- Plot size: 1263
- Bedrooms: 8
- Total rooms: 16
- Bathrooms: 6
- Closest neighbour in m.: 40
- Close By: Mountains, Recreation lake, Hiking & Cycling
- Languages spoken: Français, English
18th century restored country house
Price: € 440 000 | Ref.: 2777 | Views: 6 252
This mansion was built in 1743 for the use of an Archbishop during his diocesan tours and is situated in the heart of a hamlet. The front of the house has views of the church whilst the rear has views over fields and woodland. The house has been renovated and restored using reclaimed materials and ancient techniques where possible and several period features have been retained. The surviving wooden ceilings, wooden and stone floors and some stone walls have been exposed. Still, it is extremely energy efficient using renewable energy and recycled water for WCs. Nearby towns and cities include Bourg en Bresse, Lyon and Geneva.
Ground Floor : Hallway, family dining room, sitting room, kitchen, reception room/dining room. Three bedrooms, Shower/bathroom, Basement.
First Floor Includes: Bedroom 4 through 8, a second sitting room and a utility/laundry room.
There is a small fenced garden to the front of the property, laid to lawn. The main garden is to the side of the property is laid to lawn and planted with mature fruit trees including apple, pears, plums, quince and peach.
Double glazing throughout. Central heating throughout and hot water fired by Okofen automatic feed wood pellet boiler. Solar panel hot water system. Rainwater collection/recuperation system supplying all wc’s. The property is connected to the main drainage system (tout à l’égout) and there is a good internet connection (5.7mega).