This property is situated in an elevated position with fantastic, uninterrupted views from the rear patio and garden. The main structure of the building is in very good condition, it was re-wired in 2009 and most of the windows are double glazed. It has oil central heating. The accommodation comprises on the ground floor: bakery (55sqm); shop (25sqm); store room (40sqm) and kitchen. On the first floor: bathroom; lounge and 4 bedrooms. There is also a large attic, 2 cellars, garage and parking area. The property is rented out to a baker for 411 euros per month. It is located near Charolles. Charolles is a small town of around 3000 inhabitants in the Saone-et-Loire department of southern Burgundy. The town is the ancient capital of the county of Charolais and has Celtic origins. The tower is all that remains of the castle. Charolles is surrounded by two rivers and there are about 30 bridges and footbridges most of which are decorated with flowers, which makes it very pleasant to stroll around. The bridges and rivers here have earned it the name ‘The Venice of the Charollais’. Renowned for its famous beef, Charolles connoisseurs also rate highly the local poultry dishes and the delicious goat cheeses which were granted their own ‘Charolles’ AOC, the quality label which guarantees the origin of wine and food products. The town is also famous as a historic centre for the production of pottery, which is still produced today. In Charolles the main event on the social calendar is The Charolais Beef Festival, which takes place on the first Sunday in December. One of the sights to see in the area is the ruins of the castle of the counts of Charolais, which are located on a hill in the immediate vicinity of the town. Charolles is one and a half hour’s drive from Lyon International Airport.
Prices are inclusive of French agent's fees. They do not include the legal notaire fees.
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