Location

Situated on the ramparts of Romenay (71470), a medieval village of the 12th century, this superb 14th century house has several outbuildings that can be converted into a gîte and connected to

Introduction

Situated on the ramparts of Romenay (71470), a medieval village of the 12th century, this superb 14th century house has several outbuildings that can be converted into a gîte and connected to the main building by a covered balcony. It has a magnificent roof frame, clearly visible in a turret converted into a bedroom, perfectly maintained interior and exterior half-timbering, a terracotta tiled floor and a loophole window. It is situated in the centre of the village and therefore close to the shops (supermarket, post office, bank, schools). The village is close to the towns of Tournus, Mâcon and Bourg-en-Bresse.

Description

Ground floor: 2 rooms including a large dining room-kitchen with French ceiling. The other room is located in an outbuilding. First floor: 5 bedrooms (2 in the main building and 3 in the outbuildings), one of which is situated in a turret and the other in the room with the loophole window). 2 bathrooms.

Exterior

The house has two small flowered gardens of 150 and 250 m2 and two entrances (one at the front and one at the back of the house). The land is fenced in front and surrounded by a wall at the back.

Other information

The heating is mainly gas but the house also has a fireplace. The house is immediately habitable.

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Details
  • Area
    165
  • Plot Size
    400
  • Bedrooms
    7
  • Rooms
    7
  • Bathrooms
    2
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