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30 km as the crow flies from Geneva, 90 km from its airport by road, 120 km from Lyon, in the south of a French department with a good tourist trade, winter and summer alike, in a commune which also includes France’s third largest artificial lake.
The hospital was originally a U-shaped building, set out around a paved courtyard and spanning three levels. It comprised two communal rooms flanking the chapel, one for the women and one for the men, as well as an inn.
Nowadays, a plane tree lined driveway still leads from the entrance, where the large gates have unfortunately been removed, to the paved courtyard, closed by gates but now walled up with breezeblock and covered with an atrium.
The wing housing dwellings
Two dwellings have been created for rental purposes in this section which is no doubt to be reorganised. It spans, in fact, a large ground surface area of 200 m² on four levels from the basement to the attic floor. The place could easily accommodate a covered swimming pool for a residential project, or small shops for a project involving a shopping centre. But this wing could also be demolished in order to make maximum use of the building land on the various plots comprising the property.
The old stone stables have been transformed into a garage which can be reached from the street.
A stone building, in one of the corners of the perimeter wall, was once used as a resting place for the hospital’s dead patients.
A recent breezeblock building, adjoining the two walls of the orchard, is used as a garden shed.
These parklands exude enormous charm courtesy of their varying levels, their curves, a partial wall, their steps and their totally clear view over the surrounding countryside.
The “Route of the Lakes” borders the parklands from the top of a very wide slope. This is not really a nuisance as the buildings face the other way. However, a good approach road is a must for a commercial project.
When the hospital was closed in 1983, this property should have become a character residence, with its extensive view over the Jura mountains, its chapel and its vaulted rooms steeped in sunlight. The running of a discotheque, in the unusual setting of its immense cellars, will no doubt soon be considered a vocational mistake. The rest of the property has not, therefore, been renovated as it should have been. It is currently suited to a whole range of possibilities: creation of unusual dwellings, organisation of events or conferences, a commercial or leisure centre, a restaurant in a region where gastronomy takes pride of place or tourist accommodation just a stone’s throw from Vouglans Lake. Furthermore, it has more than 8,000 m² that can freely be used for construction purposes. It is now the buildings’ turn to be looked after; not only are they worthy of it but they will repay it a hundredfold.
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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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Avis de valeur argumenté : 1 800 Euros TTC*
Expertise à partir de 2 400 Euros TTC*
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