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ST JULIEN DU SAULT
|Surface||164 M2*||Plot Size||93 M2|
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Built in 1569 for the Archbishop of Sens, Tristan de Salazar, this lovely property has been the focus of sensitive renovation in accordance with the French Historical Monuments and offers an authentic and easily maintained home from which to enjoy the rich Burgundian lifestyle, with weekly markets, cafes, restaurants, delightful authentic towns and unspoiled countryside, rivers and forests. Read more ...
An exceptional opportunity to acquire a beautifully kept piece of history. This much loved home offers the following accommodation:
On the Ground Floor a large beamed Living/Dining Room, with fireplace, leading to a hallway off which there is a guest toilet, and further onto the Kitchen from which exterior stairs access the small private walled courtyard and large wine cellar. An ancient wood staircase leads to the First Floor with a spacious and light filled Living Room with a fireplace and two Bedrooms, one with a fireplace, a full Bathroom and separate WC.
The Second Floor, situated under the roof, offers two more rooms, perfect accommodation for guests due to an additional Bathroom and WC, and a Laundry Room. Further Attic space spanning the full depth of the house and offers the opportunity for conversation into an additional room.
The large Garage, which also has a good sized mezzanine level accessible by stairs and which could be adapted to offer additional accommodation. It is illuminated by a large skylight, and can be accessed directly from the house through the hallway.
Recent renovations include a fully insulated Burgundy tiled roof and a new condensation heating system.
St Julien du Sault is a lively and welcoming town situated by the River Yonne and in addition to the twice weekly market has grocery shops, bakeries, a butcher, supermarket, a post office, bank, a pharmacy and cafes. The nearby historic towns of Sens, Joigny, Auxerre and Villeneuve sur Yonne all have excellent covered and open markets, and are also renowned for their architecture, cultural offerings and restaurants, including the 2 Michelin starred "Cotes St. Jacques" in Joigny.
The Yonne Valley, despite its proximity to Paris, is surprisingly unspoiled and is much loved by those looking for respite from the metropole. The surrounding countryside is full of discoveries waiting to be made, whether it’s the Forest of Othe for it’s biking, rambling and mushroom collecting, the river for boating or the wine villages of Chablis, Irancy or the myriad castles dotted around.
Due to it’s excellent connections to Paris by train or the A6 and A5 many inhabitants of the Yonne have chosen to live in this beautiful region whilst working in the capital.
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