- 4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 6 habitable rooms
- 257 square meters of living space
This house, in Dijon’s old protected section, now classified as a World Heritage site by Unesco, is 1½ hours from Paris via the TGV train and 2 hours from Lyon. It stands facing one of the most beautiful churches in the town, the sculpted portal of which is much to be admired. The shops in the centre of town are in the immediate vicinity, as are cultural centres including a library and a theatre. The town centre also has a free bus service to take visitors on an authentic heritage tour. This superb district notably abounds in large, luxurious homes.
This property comprises a 257 m² house, dating from the 17th century, with an inner courtyard, spanning approx. 45 m². It has a total land registry surface area of 160 m². This house is completely independent of any other. The inner, paved courtyard is well protected and closed by a high wall; a gate opens on to the street. A gallery, above the gate, overlooks the courtyard and the neighbouring church. The house is directly accessed from the courtyard.
This house, built of dressed stone, spans three stories above a cellar. It is topped with a gable roof, covered with flat tiles and featuring three skylights overlooking the road, with another two on the rear facade. Large rectangular picture windows, looking out over the courtyard and the road, let in copious amounts of light during the summer months. There are large, security bars on the ground floor windows on the road side.
This town centre haven features superb architecture and has few works to be carried out. The property is in a lively area of the town, near to many of Dijon’s famous buildings such as the Burgundy Dukes’ Palace and its museum, the theatre and the library. Numerous mansion houses form a very pleasant setting. A nearby square, enhancing this choice site, is ideal for children as it includes a wonderful play area with safety fencing.
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