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MEHUN SUR YEVRE
|Surface||200 M2*||Plot Size||1718 M2|
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2 salon living rooms 1 with wood burner.
Natural swimming poole.
All in excellent condition.
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4 Bedroom house stunningly well presented and renovated divided to give owners accommodation and 3 letting rooms (there is room to expand this activity on the top floor) and run for many years as a successful chambre d’hote or bed and breakfast in the historic town of Mehun sur Yevre in the Cher dept 18 center val de loire.
On the ground floor you find two entrances one for guests and one for the owners, enter the guest part of the house into a large vestibule with kitchenette and separate WC with wash basin, to your right a large dining room and comfortable salon where the guests may relax.
From the vestibule a staircase leads to the 1st floor where you will find 1 bedroom with En suite shower and toilet and two large bedrooms that share a good sized bathroom, the stairs continue up to the loft space which could be converted to add more rooms.
The second entrance leads into the owners side of the house here we find an excellently well equipped new kitchen with an entrance on to the guest dining area, a corridor leads to another bathroom with basin toilet and shower, a utility room and large garage with mezzanine and electric garage door beneath the house is a cellar and boiler room housing the oil fired boiler.
A very comfortable salon equipped with log burner has a stairs leading to a large landing area with office toilet and another double bedroom.
The outside of the house has been lovingly nurtured to form a most relaxing space for you and your family or guests including a natural swimming pool rock gardens picnic area and a veranda, ample of road parking is accessed through electric gates.
About the town of Mehun-sur Yevre.
Take time to stroll in the gardens of Duke Jean de Berry through which flows the river Yèvre. Admire the majestic ruins of the castle of King Charles VII. Continue your walk through cobbled streets to discover the collegiate church of Notre-Dame, and the clock tower.
Take time to appreciate the richness of the museum's collections of porcelain, a symbol of urban history linking past to present, where the art of porcelain is still very much alive. Also take time to visit Pillivuyt, the largest porcelain factory in France, whose products are exported worldwide.
Apart from china, other artists: cabinet maker, wood engraver and glass, paintings conservator and many others contribute to the reputation of the city as a City of Arts and Trades. A visit to their workshops is required
DPE : The energy estimation cannot be produced owing to a lack of appropriate data that conforms to the "arrêté du 15 septembre 2006 relatif au DPE".