This 19th century, long, traditional farmhouse is in the French department of Nièvre, a part of Burgundy that is covered with vineyards, forests and fields. Cosne-sur-Loire train station is 20 minutes away. Local shops are to be found just a few minutes away. The village is dominated by a listed church, the origins of which date back to the 13th century. It still features its superb bell dating from 1710 as well as mysterious engravings on its facade. Many artists, such as 19th century landscape painter, Henri-Bidauld, or Lucien-Martial who worked on the motif here, have lived or stayed in this area.
The country house
This long, traditional farmhouse has long been a source of inspiration for several Parisian artists. It belonged, in the middle of the 20th century, to Louise-Roblin, an actress from the French capital who, like the current owners, spent weekends here.
This country house, completely constructed of stone in the 19th century, features numerous large-paned openings, protected by green, solid wood shutters, composed of tongue and groove, reinforced with crossbars. The main, wooden entrance door, painted and fitted with a handle topped with a copper catch, remains plain. Window sills and lintels, made of regional stone, adorn the facade. The gable roofs, covered with Burgundy tiles, do not all appear to be at the same height: the residence still being constituted of several buildings adjoining one another, the very essence of a long, traditional farmhouse. Some openings in the eaves walls were originally used to air certain rooms that did not need daylight. The roofs feature roof dormers. The residence ends in a lean-to, the single-sloped roof of which is also covered with Burgundy tiles.
This part of Burgundy has long inspired painters. Parisian artists used to come to recharge their batteries, notably here in this long, traditional farmhouse, well protected by its parklands without being isolated. The luminous interior abounds in features used every day in olden times such as a stone sink, topped with an oculus so as to be able to see visitors approaching, wall-mounted candle holders and a bread oven, still in good working order. This property, with its air of an English cottage, is ideal for weekend breaks and holidays.
330 000 €
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|Land registry surface area||9332 m2|
|Main building surface area||186 m2|
Isabelle Ponelle       +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.