Now completely restored, this private mansion built in 1773 was the residence of General Junot. The entrance is through a large porch which opens onto a lovely paved courtyard. On the left are a car park, a 70m² caretaker's house with three rooms, then the old orangery transformed into a workshop. The main house, on three levels, consists of a ground floor with a large entrance leading to a living room, a library, a dining room, a kitchen and a bedroom with bathroom. The monumental staircase leads to the first floor where there are five bedrooms with showers or bathrooms. The second floor is a 180m² open space ideal for teleworking. The house is set on large cellars as well as on an old chapel. The rear of the house overlooks the 2000m² terraced garden. The sides are flanked by a stone staircase. A restanque shelters a basin / swimming pool, another an orchard. The garden ends with a courtyard with arcades. Paris 1 hour by TGV, Dijon 1 hour. Bruno DELAMALLE +33(0)6 03 31 73 73
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