Ancient winemaker house in Dijon, capital of Burgundy

Ancient winemaker house in Dijon, capital of Burgundy




Jan 2007

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Lovely winemaker house from the XVIIIth century, totally done up, floor with paving stones, ceilings with beams, and fireplaces.
Quiet neighbourhood, a few minutes from Dijon centre, next to the famous " WINE ROAD" calling up world-famous wine names (Chambolle Musigny, Aloxe Corton, Vosne Romanée...). Area surrounded with wines and woods for nice walks or mountain bike rides.
Huge space on three levels: cosy living-room with mezzanine floor fitted witth a cable TV set (big screen), and home cinéma.
Fully-equipped kitchen: US Fridge, dishwasher, 2 ovens.
Small backyard surrounded with stonewalls. Outdoors eating facilities (chair+table) and sunbathing (deckchairs)
Vaulted cellar, basement and garage.


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  1. Eric (47) sales engineer, Hobbies:jogging, cycling, rock-climbing, ski-ing.
    Joêlle (44) French teacher, Hobbies: sport (a little), reading and movies.
    Romane (8) and Agathe (16) are very eager to discover the States.

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Where is it?


Dijon and the gorgeous architecture of its a private hotel, its paved street, its Art Museum (the second best in France), and all its historic heritage.
Visits of the wine cellars of the area while driving along the colorful hills of the WINE ROAD leading Beaune and its famous "Hospices".
Owing to Dijon central location, you can travel around the country: Paris (300kms- 1h4Omns by high speed train), Chamonix and Mont Blanc (300kms), and Marseille and the Mediterranean Sea (500kms), and also around Europe: Geneva(200kms)

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