Splendid wine-producing estate of 28.5 acres at the border of the Beaujolais and South Burgundy regions, France. The property dates back to the 13th century and is located only 10 minutes away from the beautiful city of Macon. Surrounded by vineyards, the 5,382 sq. ft. owner’s home has been renovated and features a kitchen, 3 living rooms, an office, and 10 bedrooms.
The home is designed for entertaining with a stunning courtyard made of Burgundy stones, a large fenced garden, a pool with pool house, and 3 beautiful cellars made for wine tasting. Guest house with separate access includes a kitchen, living room, 1 office, 2 bedrooms and 1 full bathroom.
The vineyard extends on 27 acres of land and produces Julienas wine, a Chateau appellation, with intense perfume and warm and expressive notes. Perfect for developing wine tourism, opening a vacation cottage (or upscale Bed & Breakfast), managing a reception/special event venue or making a property investment.
This beautiful wine-producing property was built by the Cluny monks and dates back to the 13th century. The 5380 sq ft main residential building was renovated and has 3 living rooms including a large reception room, kitchen, office, bathrooms and bedrooms. The exterior area includes a large fenced garden with a pool and a pool house.
The vineyard extends on 27 acres of land including 15 acres of uncultivated and sharecropping land. There are also outbuildings totalling about 6500 sq ft, including the winery, a tun cellar, storage spaces and other space with buildout potential. 3 beautiful cellars set up for wine tasting. 2 of them are connected and have a large reception capacity with an independent kitchen.
Attached to the principal building is a nice square courtyard made of Burgundy stones and another house for friends or guardian of about 1080 sq ft with 2 bedrooms, 1 office, 1 living room, 1 kitchen and 1 bathroom.
The Beaujolais appellation includes 72 villages in South and East Burgundy, planted on calcareous clay and granite soils. Synonym of sweetness and freshness, Beaujolais gives us authentic and genuine wines. These wines can be shared year-round. They are better when consumed young to fully release their aromatic strength and their elevated aroma with hints of fruits and flowers.
This domain can be utilized in multiple ways and presents opportunities for individuals who wish to: develop wine tourism; open a vacation resort or Bed & Breakfast; manage a reception/special events venue; realize a professional reconversion; make a property investment etc...
Splendid wine-producing estate of 28.5 acres at the border of the Beaujolais and South Burgundy regions, France. The property dates back to the 13th century and is located only 10 minutes away from the beautiful city of Macon.