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Property in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté

9 Properties

€91,000

Bessy Sur Cure,  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté,  France
3 Bedroom House

The house is a quaint restored cottage in the village, with a sunny private garden which surrounds the house for outdoor dinning and barbeque. Downstairs the sitting room, kitchen are open plan with original oak floor in the sitting room and original quarry tiles in the kitchen and dining room. The downstairs bathroom and separate wc are modern and tiled. Upstairs a mezzanine landing leads to a single bedroom with access to a double bedded room and a further large bedroom with 3 single beds.

€269,000

Les Simonots,  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté,  France
4 Bedroom Character Property with Multiple Barns

Character property dating from 1877, set in hamlet in Nievre hills. Ten minutes to local market town with services, 30 mins. to Nevers, the A27, Corbigny and the Morvan National Park. Within easy reach of Vezelay, Beaune and the Wine Country. Consists of farmhouse with 2 large closed barns and an open barn attached. Accommodation on 3 floors, with cave beneath.

€240,000

Chaudenay,  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté,  France
3 Bedroom Semi-Detached House with Annexe

A stone house oozing character and charm which dates back to the 17th century. Ideally located in the wonderful Burgundy countryside, close to Chagny, Beaune, Chalon sur Saone and the world renowed Burgundy vineyards. The 122m² house has the added benefit of a separate quaint house within the grounds giving the potential for a granny annexe, gite opportunities or a home office. Mains gas, electricity and mains drainage. Ample parking space for at least 5 cars and a double garage.

€139,000

Sacy,  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté,  France
4 Bedroom Character Property with Multiple Barns

This is a very attractive property set around a large central courtyard. At present there are 2 completed, modernised gites, 1 bed and 2 bed. The third gite is currently being renovated and will be 1 bedroom. There are also 4 barns set beside the gites and a smaller barn and garden behind gite 1. The barns offer great potential for more gites/storage or workshops. Electricity, water and sewage is supplied to 3 of the larger barns. The courtyard has beautiful wisteria and Hibiscus shrubs.

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€349,950

St.Nizier-sur-Arroux,  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté,  France
3 Bedroom Character Property with Multiple Gites

Substantial property consisting of Farmhouse, 2 three bedroom Gites, Outbuildings and 6 Acres (2hectares 53ares) of land. PLUS seperate partically renovated house with garden to front and rear. Beautifully renovated Farmhouse in the heart of the Charolaise countryside. Benefiting from an additional stone house partially renovated with potential to create a 4/5 bedroom house. Plus 6 acres (2hectares 53 ares) of land. 4km to local village with school, restaurants, shops and bank, swimming pool etc. A short drive to the historic market town of Autun. 1.5 hours from Lyon airport, 2.5 hours from Geneva, 20 mins from TGV. Main House: approx. 260 m² full of character features such as exposed beams and stone walls.

€215,000

La Motte Ternant,  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté,  France
3 Bedroom Country House with Multiple Outbuildings

This is a delightful family home, on a hillside with wonderful views of the Serein river valley and the Auxois hills. It is situated in a friendly village with easy access to shops, motorway and trains. There are chateaux and vineyards to visit, with Beaune, Dijon, Fontenay Abbey and Vezelay all within easy distance. At present all the rooms are on one level; there is scope for developing the attic (stairs already there) and there are large barns, also with scope for development. Behind the barns there is a chicken enclosure.

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€275,000

Semur-en-Auxois,  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté,  France
4 Bedroom House with Barn

Attractive restored house with bright and spacious rooms,large attached barn and splendid gardens. The property is situated at the edge of a small village within 6kms. of the medieval town of Semur-en-Auxois and 6kms. to the A6 Autoroute junction for Paris (2 hours drive) and the South. Dijon by Autoroute is 40 mins..TGV station (15 mins away) Paris (1 hour) CDG airport(1hour) and London via Lille and Eurostar (3h.30mins) Property is believed to date from the 1800's. Since 2002 it has been carefully refurbished and upgraded with oil-fired central heating, utility room ,shower room and was completely re- roofed. The upstairs bedrooms benefit from air-conditioning units.

€650,000

Saint Loup Géanges,  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté,  France
5 Bedroom House

19th century estate set in extensive grounds with guest-house and orchard Private location, set in a charming village 10 minutes from the famous wine capital, Beaune and by the Route des Grands Vins de Bourgogne. The estate is set in 1.7 acres (6850m²) and comprises: - the main house, measuring 2,153 square feet (200m²) (NB measurement only covers the bedrooms, living room and dining rooms); - a self contained detached guest-house measuring 2,691 square feet (250m²); - landscaped gardens measuring 0.

€203,000

Tannay,  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté,  France
2 Bedroom House

Rare early 1700 Burgundy mini-Château. This ‘Castel’, or small château, has thick stone walls and the steep sloping tiled roofs typical of the region. The building consists of a ground floor, two towers and a 5.5 x 10 metre attic under the sloping roof. There are two large rooms on ground floor, 4.64 x 2.86m, with walls 3m high, beamed ceilings and the tall, thin gilded doors of the period. One room has a large open fireplace and the other a wood burning stove. Two tower rooms lead off from each of these. The taller tower’s diameter is 3.

Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Information

Enchanting scenery, impressive art treasures from a glorious past world-famous wines and gastronomic addresses revered both at home and abroad make Burgundy the region for connoisseurs and bons vivants.

In Burgundy, three of the most famous French wine regions can be found: Chablis deep in the northwest, Cote d'Or in the centre, divided into the northern Cote de Nuits and the southern Cote de Beaune, and the Chalonnais and Maconnais regions in the south. (Beaujolais lies almost completely in the departement of Rhone and is not included in Burgundy's wine region - the same goes for the region on the Loire around Pouilly). The four main grape varieties are Pinot Noir, Gamay, Chardonnay and Aligote, although red Burgundy is synonymous with Pinot Noir and the great white wines are made from Chardonnay. Aligote is cultivated in areas where the ground is not really suitable for Chardonnay. Passe-Tout-Grain (as the name says, anything goes here) is an uninspiring blend of Pinot Noir and Gamay.

The remote Jura region between Burgundy and Switzerland with its terrain of wide-ranging uplands and pretty rivers primarily attracts visitors who love nature and fine scenery. Its cultural and gastronomic delights are equally numerous.

The former French region of Franche-Comte, is situated between the tourist magnets of Grand Est in the north, Burgundy in the west and Switzerland in the east. Its own charms seem to have escaped all but a few connoisseurs. The rural scenery and natural beauties, including romantic waterfalls and streams, are integrated into an extensive network of paths and cycle routes, along with cross-country ski runs and other winter sport facilities.

The major feature of Franche-Comte is the French Jura, a 125 mile-long, 40 mile wide section of a hard limestone mountain system that stretches from the upper Rhone as far as the Czech Republic. The highest summit of the range is close to Geneva (Cret de la Neige, 1718m). The eastern part is dominated by rough, windswept plateaux and mountains with broad meadows and dark evergreen forests. Between the parallel-running mountain ridges (monts) there are wide valleys (vals), which are linked by narrower valleys running across the peaks (cluses). Towards the west the Jura range descends gently over rolling plateaux with woods, fields and lakes. Due to the mild climate of the upper Sadne valley, formerly known as Bon Pays, it has always been a scene of agriculture and cattle breeding. Life was easier there than in the mountains, where there was said to be, eight months of snow, two months of wind, but the rest of the year is wonderful. On the western slopes of the Jura, opposite Burgundy's Cote d'Or, wine is produced on a strip about 6 miles wide known as Cote or Vignoble.

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