Totally restructured with modern materials and techniques, this magnificent house from the early nineteenth century, retains its antique flooring and its magnificent structure, made of apparent beams.
The use of natural materials such as stone of Burgundy fits in perfectly with more contemporary elements such as polished concrete used in some bathrooms, giving the house a beautiful harmony.
Beyond the renovation in itself, one of the main arguments of the house probably lies in its volumes and living spaces. Tangle of mezzanines overlooking the entrance, the main living-room and the lower floors mezzanines, the house gets a multitude of separate living areas, sometimes open on each other, sometimes offering more privacy.
The ground floor consists of a large entrance with an impressive high ceiling hall, the main living-room of the house, the kitchen adjacent to the dining room and a guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom.
A main staircase in the entrance and a service staircase, at the back of the kitchen, leads to the first floor which receives two bedrooms with en suite facilities, two mezzanines giving respectively on the entry and the living room . This floor has access to the service apartment which we will describe hereafter.
Finally, a more confined space accommodating an office and a library, pleasant reading room set around a fireplace, complete the layout.
Then there are two additional levels of open rooms onto the lower floors, enjoying simply stunning views.
The building also has a separate apartment, which is organized on three levels and offers kitchen, living room, dining room, bedroom with en-suite bath.
The living areas and receptions, on the ground floor, open onto a pleasant garden, quiet and perfectly landscaped, sheltered from harm and offers a small pool with swim against the tide system.
This amazing house is intended definitely a connoisseur looking for an exceptional property in a protected environment.