The village (900 inhabitants) is in the part of the Beaujolais region which is in the northern section of the French department of Rhône. Gallo-Roman graves and vestiges of passing Roman legions bear witness to a long past. Today, the locals are peacefully devoted to growing vines. The property stretches a little over four hectares. Some three hectares are planted with vines for one, maybe the most famous, of the ten great Beaujolais wines.
The A6 motorway makes it possible to reach Lyon in an hour by car. Mâcon-Loché TGV train station, with its 90-minute links to Paris, is 20 minutes away.
The main house
The main house stands over a cellar. It spans a total of approx. 225 m² of living space over two levels. This robust, stone construction is currently rendered. The east-facing entrance porch way is sheltered by a 17th century gallery, typical of the Beaujolais region, with a roof widely overhanging a truss beam supported by Couzon stone pillars. The steps and the floor tiles on the intermediate landings have been polished by generations of feet.
The outbuilding used as a vat room and winemaking cellar
The adjoining, one-storey outbuilding, between the main house and the guest house, is built of stone and spans approx. 120 m². A wide, wooden barn door, at the back, opens on to the alleyway leading to the property. This building houses a vat room. Once used by winegrowers who harvested their own grapes, it is fitted with its own vine-growing equipment. It could easily be transformed and converted to increase the living space of the property, if so required.
A stone stairway goes down to the winemaking cellar below.
The guest house
The guest house has been laid out in an outbuilding. This stone building, continuing on from the vat room, spans two levels. The ground floor comprises a large double garage, in which the swimming pool filtration system is also installed. The guest house has a separate entrance. A wooden door opens into a hall, with stone floor tiles. This level includes a bathroom with a toilet. A very interesting stone stairway under a Saracen vault leads upstairs to an area spanning 120 m², spacious like a cathedral under its impressive roofing framework. The exposed stone walls have been repointed. There is parquet flooring throughout. An old, stone fireplace, decorated with scallops, takes pride of place. A kitchen is laid out in one corner and an old wooden spiral stairway leads up to a bedroom with a sloping ceiling.
The swimming pool
The south-facing swimming pool, spanning a surface area of 5.5x10 m, is flanked by a wide terrace. It is protected by a sliding glass cover which can be fully removed. Installed not far from the main and guest houses, it blends perfectly with the garden and the estate’s vines.
The vines with their AOC classification
These vines, with AOC classification, extend over a little less than three hectares. They fully surround the property forming a protective, tranquil belt. They are tended by a winegrower under a 25 year lease in return for an annual sum.
The vines provide income. They are also in the foreground of the gently undulating, varied, Beaujolais landscape. This character house exudes the region’s charm, with a mixture of opulence and soberness. Ideas will spring to mind at the sight of the captivating areas contained in these buildings.
650 000 €
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Avis de valeur argumenté : 1 800 Euros TTC*
Expertise à partir de 2 400 Euros TTC*
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|Land registry surface area||4 ha 70 a|
|Main building surface area||225 m2|
|Outbuilding surface area||300 m2|
Florence Granier       +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.