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This house stands just a few minutes’ walk from Cluny Abbey, 4 hours away from Paris via the A6 motorway and just 2 hours by TGV train to Mâcon station. It is 2½ hours from Geneva and less than an hour from Lyon by train. Set on the edge of a luminous square, the building has the benefit of a wonderful location in the midst of a character town. The great cultural and artistic interest of the place continually attracts tourists from all over the world. The town is also renowned for its economic vitality.
The facade is therefore half Romanesque and half Gothic in style. The ground floor of the Romanesque section features a wide segmental arch which formed the shopfront of a small shop. This arch is aided by a wide beam. On the first floor, light enters via a double window, the two sections separated by a thin column, topped with a capital bearing foliage. The second floor is widely opened by a geminated window featuring four glazed sections. Two thin columns and a central pilaster divide this opening, topped with wrought blind arcading as well as a frieze decorated with simplified roses. This building, in a good state of repair, bears witness to the finesse of Cluny’s houses in the early 1200’s.
The Gothic section of the facade is composed of a semi-circular arch which was also used for trade purposes. A door on the corner is the main entrance to the house, its lintel is engraved with the year 1594 when restauration works were carried out. On the first floor, a wide mullioned window illuminates the old living room. The second floor is constructed from half-timbering: two rows of ties comprising St Andrew’s crosses include two straight windows.
Some 15 or so years ago, the DRAC (Regional Cultural Affairs Agency) had major works carried out in order to reinforce the structure by lining the party wall between the two primitive houses with concrete.
This house is one of the most beautiful examples of the local architecture in its district not only because of its facade but also because of its preserved internal structure. Eight centuries after its construction, its two large, low openings give this building all the potential it needs for these premises to continue as a shop. There would be no lack of regular custom courtesy of the town’s tourist trade.
The upper levels still await restoration works to give them back their splendour of yesteryear.
The site and its surroundings make these premises ideal for the creation of a cultural and/or commercial activity, a house, or all three. Sources of finance and French tax laws pertaining to listed historic monuments are an invaluable asset here.
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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.
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