In the heart of Burgundy, near Dijon and the A6 motorway, 2h45 from Paris, this property and its stud farm offer a great estate of 28 hectares of meadows and 7 hectares of woods. This 17th century set includes a house of 330 sqm living space, built on 3 levels with a right-angle wing. On the ground floor, a large kitchen with a stone floor from Burgundy, a fireplace and a window opening on the court, a dining room with a 'trompe l'oeil' cement floor and two doors window, one overlooking the court the other one on a French garden behind the property, a living room with wood paneling and fireplace, an office in the wing with direct access to the court. On the first floor, a gallery leads to 5 bedrooms all with oak parquet flooring, and a large bathroom. The second level is to be converted. It offers 4 bedrooms formerly reserved for the servants. The floors are served by two stairs, a central stairs in the heart of the house and former backstairs with direct access to the kitchen. A beautifully restored guesthouse. It offers a living room with fireplace, 3 very comfortable bedrooms each one having its bathroom. Accessible by another entrance, a large dining room renovated with wood paneling and French ceiling, an small vaulted kitchen. Upstairs, to be restored, 2 bedrooms, one with a dressing room. This building also includes a bread oven, a store room above which there are 3 more rooms to be renovated. A barn and old stable on the ground floor, a monumental room on the first floor with two old bedrooms for grooms. A garage, located at the entrance of the property with a stone floor from Burgundy. A henhouse located on the other side of the access road. The equestrian part was built in 2012, it consists of a stable of 14 boxes built by 'Sulzberger,' with solarium, shower and trough with hot water, a saddlery, an office, a technical room. A school of 30 m x 30 m built by 'James', a breaking roung.