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|Surface||480 M2*||Plot Size||4672 M2|
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Beautifully renovated, 16th century stone, manor house - high ceilings, timber beams, high timber- framed windows, stone staircases, tiled and parquet floors, magnificent large fireplaces. South facing garden and swimming pool. Fantastic unspoilt views over the Rhone valley. Internally, all rooms are spacious and the garden level floor, ground floor and first floor have all been renovated. Excellent potential for a business providing tourist accomodation – apartments and/or bed and breakfast.
This historic house comprises:
Garden level – voluminous entrance hall, dining room/living room, kitchen with range oven, living room, storage areas.
Ground floor – office area, large living area, dining room, WC, kitchen and beautifully renovated independent music room.
First floor - 8 large bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, separate WC, office and library, adjacent to a balcony with magnificent views south over the Rhone valley.
Attic – 4 rooms to be renovated, 2 storage areas and further space available for conversion.
Independent, renovated, modern apartment – kitchen/living area, 2 bedrooms, bathroom.
Large double garage (approx. 40m²).
The manor house and garden are situated on a plot of almost half a hectare with it’s own water source, vegetable garden, mature trees (including fruit trees) and hen coop. The garden with its swimming pool face south.
Located in the Rhone valley and an excellent situation for outdoor activities in the Jura and Bauges mountains and on Lac du Bourget. Just 4 km from the ‘Via Rhone’ cycle route.
Garden level : Lofty, airy entrance hall (14.5m²) leading to high ceiling living/dining room (30m²) with high, timber-framed windows, tiled floor and fireplace. Adjacent to the dining room is a high ceiling kitchen (29m² including boiler area) with range cooker and oven.
Ground floor : The entrance lobby leads up to the ground floor via a stone staircase. At the top, on the right is an office room (12m²) currently used for storage. To the left, is the spacious, timber-beamed living room (50m²) with tiled floor and magnificent fireplace. Adjacent is a timber floored living/dining room (23m²), with a WC hidden around the corner. The living/dining room, in turn, leads on to the kitchen (26.5m²) – timbered-beamed with timber and tiled floor.
First floor : The stone staircase leads further up to the first floor. Heading round to the right is a long corridor that passes by 3 bedrooms (23m², 16m² and 19.5m²) on the left - all with high ceilings, high windows and tiled floors – and a shower room and WC on the right, before arriving on a landing. On the landing is a separate WC and also shower room with a WC. To the left is the main bedroom (33 m²), which is linked to two further rooms – one used as a study/office (11.3m²) and the next, a library (23.1m²) – all three rooms are light, airy and have parquet floors. At the end, is an open balcony with magnificent views over the Rhone valley. Returning to the top of the stone staircase and turning to the left, there is a large newly decorated bedroom (30m²) with high windows, parquet floor and an en-suite bathroom. Walking in anti-clockwise circle leads to another bedroom (25m²) then two further playrooms/bedrooms (15.5m² and 24m²), which return to the first bedroom at the top of the stairs – all are bright and airy with high windows and timber floors.
The attic comprises 4 rooms in need of some decoration/renovation, 2 storage areas and open attic, some of which could converted for some future use.
A music room (22.5m²) is accessed through the garden - beautifully finished and created below the first floor bedrooms. Either side of the music room are covered areas – one side is a seating area providing shelter from the sun in summer, the other is for garden tools, etc.
Outbuilding : On the other side of the house, an outbuilding has been newly converted into an apartment, which has been rented out, providing additional income. The apartment has new facilities – a kitchen/living area (22m²), two bedrooms (8m² and 11m²) and a modern bathroom (3.5m²).
Garage : Under the apartment, the building has been transformed into a large garage of approximately 40m² and includes an old bread oven.
In the garden, there is a swimming pool with a retracting roof for general safety and protection and also for solar heating out of season. There is also a water source, mature trees, an area for chickens and for vegetables. The whole plot is almost half a hectare.
The nearest facilities are found in the village of Anglefort (less than 2 km, 3 minutes by car) where there is bakery, restaurant/hotel, a few other services and businesses, also a primary school. For general day to day amentities and services, the nearby, bustling town of Seyssel (5 km, 6 minutes by car) provides the majority of amenities. This pretty historic town staddles the Rhone with one foot in L’Ain and the other in the Haute Savoie.
Airports : Chambéry- Aix is 46 km (45 minutes by car), Geneva International, 56 km (55 minutes), Lyon International, 109 km (1hr 20 minutes).
Train : The nearest station is at Seyssel ( 5 km, 6 minutes by car).
Motorway access, A43, 25 km (25 minutes by car).
Points of interest : Lac du Bourget, 19 km (23 minutes), the cycle route Via Rhona (4 km), Aix les Bains 34 km (40 minutes), Geneva centre, 54 km (54 minutes), Lyon centre is 134 km (1 hr 30 minutes).
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