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In the commune of La Chapelle de Guinchay on the edge of Saint Amour, come and discover this house of character. Consisting of a habitable part of approximately 230m2, an independent part to be renovated which can be used as a gite, a cellar, a wine storehouse, a shed and two large garages, this property is waiting for you and your projects.
The main house is on 2 levels. A garden level, with a reception hall, an office and a shower room. On the first level, a kitchen, a living room, a bathroom and a large room that can be used as a playroom, a bedroom, or a laundry room. An independent toilet.
On the second level, 4 bedrooms, one of which has a toilet, and an independent toilet. A wine storehouse, a workshop, a shed and a garage complete the property on a plot of land of about 3000m2.
Oil and wood heating, mains drainage.
Main residence 230m2 approx.
Former dwelling to be renovated 80m2 approx.
Outbuildings 380m2 approx.
Hangar 80m2 approx. Read more ...
Saint-Amour-Bellevue is located in the south of Burgundy, in the Beaujolais region. During a walk along our paths, you will understand the reason for the suffix "Bellevue", don't hesitate to push open the doors of the private cellars, some of which are vaulted and full of history, and visit the artisanal pottery and its creator of unique pieces.
ORIGIN OF THE NAME: Amor (Amour or Amator) was a Roman legionary companion of Saint Maurice, leader of the Theban legion, whom Maximian brought in 286 from the region of Thebes (upper Egypt). Amor refused to fight against the Christians and escaped the massacre of which many of his comrades were victims. He took refuge in Gaul and became a missionary. He is said to have bequeathed his name to the village of Saint Amour. In 1793, the republican secularism debaptized the communes beginning with "Saint" and Saint Amour was then called "Bellevue" until 1795 (evidence of the name in view of its panorama). The village was finally renamed "Saint-Amour-Bellevue" in 1909. At the corner of the village hall, the statuette of Sanctus Amor, erected as a Roman legionary, (on an armorial base) pays homage to him. Nearby, in the church dating from the 11th century, enlarged in the 19th century, you can admire a magnificent 12th century altarpiece to the left of the altar.
Let us not forget the gourmets, Saint-Amour-Bellevue has the privilege to have two gastronomic restaurants, "au 14 Février", whose chef Masafumi Hamano is double starred in the Michelin guide, and L'Auberge du Paradis with its famous chef "Cyril Laugier" they will make you appreciate delicate and refined dishes that amateurs will accompany with the "local nectar" the Cru Saint-Amour. The bistro "Joséphine à Table" allows you to taste the regional dishes of the traditional cuisine.
Information about risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website : https://www.georisques.gouv.fr
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