For sale, Saint-Amand-Montrond, this beautiful private mansion of the seventeenth century classified MH, offers 470 m² of living space with 13 main rooms including 9 bedrooms and outbuildings, located on a plot of 2,275 m². This private mansion is in a quiet street in the heart of the historic center of Saint-Amand-Montrond. It was built in the seventeenth by a Notable who created salt store and royal offices. It was remodeled in the eighteenth by a counselor of the king and becomes a private mansion. Its interior decoration and garden decoration were redone at the time and kept to this day.
It comprises on the ground floor, street side, the large living room of 45 m² with its Louis XIV style fireplace and herringbone parquet floors, a small lounge of 21 m², a large bedroom with beautiful woodwork with its bathroom, its toilets and its clearance. A large and beautifully tiled vestibule crossing, provides access to the dining room of 25m² with a remarkable decoration and with a stove, and to the library of 25 m² that give both on the garden. A beautiful stone staircase leads upstairs. Kitchen, boiler room and corridors.On the first floor there are three large bedrooms of 35, 25 and 21 m², side street. Two bedrooms of 22 and 20 m², garden side. Three bathrooms, linen room and many clearances and storage spaces.
On the second floor there are a large attic of 100 m² suitable for conversion, two bedrooms of 14 and 12 m² as well as a room of 30 m², to renovate. Storage room.
One reaches the interior of the property by a large carriage entrance that overlooks a courtyard. Found there a building of 115 m² with a barn used as a garage with above a storage room and on the basement, a beautiful vaulted wine cellar.
A well allows to watering the garden.
On the other side of the courtyard, another building of 100 m² consists of an entrance hall serving two rooms of 32 m² with beautiful fireplaces. There is an attic above and this building is currently used as storage and garden sheds.
The garden of 1,400 m² carefully maintained kept his plan of the eighteenth with its beautiful walkway of lime trees, its French flowerbed and it is completely enclosed with high walls, with no vis-à-vis.
This private mansion has been carefully renovated in the second half of the twentieth century. The owners have tried to highlight the decorative elements of time while adding modern comforts.
Located on a quiet street in the heart of the old St-Amand, it is close to all shops and services. The train station provides access to Paris in 3:30. The A71 motorway is 5 km away.