In the south of the rural Lorraine region, but 18 km from the spa town of Vittel and its renowned international golf course. In a traditional looking village, 8 km from a slip road for the A31 motorway which, together with the A5 motorway, puts Paris 327 km away; a journey taking 3⅓ hours. Nancy is but 82 km away on the road to Luxembourg, Belgium and Germany, all three some 200 km away; a journey taking 2¼ hours via the A31 motorway. Switzerland is 220 km away; a journey of just under three house. This house can be reached by TGV train from Paris via Nancy and then TER train to Neufchâteau, some 24 km away.
Local shops with essential daily items are to be found 5 km from the village whilst all other shops and amenities, including administrative infrastructures and hospitals are within a 20 km radius.
This residence spans three levels. The openings on the first two are tall and regularly arranged whilst those on the third floor are smaller, producing a pleasant skyward soaring, visual effect. All the openings are surrounded by stone framing. The rendering on the quarry stone block walls is in a good state of repair but replacing it would improve their appearance. The lower section, under a straight stone string course, is constructed from superb yellow-ochre coloured stone. The garden side of the house dominates a first terrace.
The outbuilding, adjoining it on the left of the road side, corresponds to an old farm which has to date from an earlier period. It is lower, spanning a single old level of accommodation, topped with a vast farm attic. It protrudes in relation to the main residence on the garden side. Both facades feature semi-circular arched carriage doors, providing access from one side to the other and demonstrating the rural origins of this property.
Classicism was still the middle-class standard when this residence was constructed, no doubt in the early 19th century. With trompe-l'oeil frescoes on its walls, it has the appearance of a local manor house. The better of the two facades remains sober but is enhanced by successive terracing that goes down towards the wooded garden. This house, with its self-contained sections, would be ideal for accommodating several generations of a large family, once a few restoration works have been carried out. Furthermore, an entire floor is but waiting to be converted. Apples and Mirabel plums can be picked directly from the trees. The large beech forests, in the area surrounding Vittel, are but an invitation for long walks on foot or on horseback.
260 000 €
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|Main building surface area||410 m2|
Gilles Larosée       +33 1 42 84 80 85
NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.