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Manor in Bar-sur-Aube

12 rooms - 400m²

8 2 298500 m²


Manor in Bar-sur-Aube

12 rooms - 400m²
8 2 298500 m²


In a peaceful and game-filled countryside, on the edge of the Champagne vineyards and a sub-prefecture, this enchanting estate includes a vast manor house dating from the 1st Empire built on medieval foundations which has preserved all its authenticity (superb 13th century vaulted vaulted vaulted room). , fireplaces, wood paneling, wooden floors, old chapel …) having beautiful receptions and a dozen rooms. The manor is surrounded by its numerous outbuildings: caretaker’s house, winepress, garage, woodshed, stable, saddlery, stables, workshops, orangery, courtyard, barnyard, barns, orchard, walled garden, pleasure gardens. at the heart of 30 hectares of land including 25 hectares of wood (oak, ash …), along a river with fishing category 1st for nearly a kilometer.Location: At about 4 kms from Bar sur Aube, 80 kms from Troyes, 38 kms from Chaumont, 130 kms from Dijon, 190 kms from Reims, 240 kms from Paris, access A5 motorway at 14 kms.This mansion is a former medieval priory built on an inner courtyard (former cloister). She understands :On the ground floor :An entrance hall of about 25 m² in the form of a gallery, vaulted ceilings in cradle, on black and white cabochon stone slabs. Around this hall a living room, of approx. 30 m² on parquet floor, marble fireplace, low woodwork, moldings …; a dining room (about 31 m²) on parquet, with cupboards and low woodwork, moldings, stove Alsatian; Office (about 10 m²) on tiled floor, with cupboards including boiler; toilet. A kitchen (about 24 m²) equipped with tiled floor; service entrance (about 8 m²) and small access room with cupboards, opening onto a vestibule with wooden staircase, wood paneling and stone floor, opening onto the inner courtyard.South of the gallery, former cellar (or chapter house) of the thirteenth century (about 60 m²) consisting of two naves rising to 5.60 meters in height, with four arches vaults resting on two columns, fireplace 1575, tiled floor .This set of reception rooms benefited from a renovation in 2003, not requiring too much work.An extension of the mansion to the south forming a small inner courtyard for secondary use, opens on the cellars semi buried, on an old stone staircase leading to access to the corridor of the 1st floor, on a small shed, on an oven room (old kitchens) with stone fireplace, stone sink and a remarkable “pool” of the fourteenth, remains of the former chapel of the priory.In semi-basement:Accessed by a stone staircase, the only preserved part of the old chapel, a vaulted barrel-shaped room, formerly used as a sacristy, another room also vaulted and adjoining the previous one. A portion of this last room was once a prison. Some bays of the thirteenth century are preserved.First floor:Accessed by the vestibule, the main staircase leads to an L-shaped gallery joining the old main staircase to the south, around which are organized a dozen rooms, most of them with a marble fireplace from the Empire / Restoration period. The floor is on parquet of fir. Presence of large windows on the landing and libraries in the gallery.To the west a room (approx 11m ²) with low paneling and small bathroom with sink, a large master bedroom (approx 27m ²) with marble fireplace, trumeau mirror and bathroom ensuite (approx 8m ²), opposite, a wc taken in a passage.To the north, a room with library use has a marble fireplace with trumeau, woodwork nineteenth on parquet VersaillesIt has access to a small bedroom (about 18 m²) with en-suite bathroom, a bedroom with mirror marble fireplace and access to the corridor (about 15 m²). Then two rooms with behind wood paneling: bathroom with sink and small cabinet / dressing each, 19 and 20 m².After a gate to the south, the gallery continues with a landing serving the old staircase of honor, two rooms with marble fireplace, one with trumeau, the last to restore completely, then in the extension a toilet and an old room with cupboards partly under roof.Attic:The main staircase leads to the attic, not insulated, including 6 old maids rooms and the attic divided into three parts, on parquet of fir.Dependencies:-House of guardian, about 80 m ², on the courtyard, consisting of kitchen, stay, on the floor: 2 rooms, room of shower, toilet. The guard has its small courtyard closed walls with small private garden to the east (former aviary, former henhouse). Lease of three for 150 € / month.-A long building on front yard and meadow on the back including:- A large squirrel press of the eighteenth, several garages, a stake, a stable (2/3 box) with another separate box, a saddlery, an old groom room, an old stable with well on the back and wooden staircase for go up to the attic on the whole
Field :Ideally located along a river, pleasure gardens, orchard, kitchen garden, courtyard, barnyard, and meadows with trees on about 5 hectares.Forests on about 25 hectares.All completely freeLocation:About 4 km from Bar sur Aube, 80 km from Troyes, 38 km from Chaumont, 130 km from Dijon, 190 km from Reims, 240 km from Paris, A5 motorway access to 14 km.Equipment and comfort:- Roof: half of the roof of the mansion is recent: the inner part overlooking the old courtyard was redone in 1993. The other side gardens requires a remodeling.- Gas central heating, 1960s installation with old monotube convectors, “De Dietrich” brand boiler from 1992. 800L propane tank. Two old wood stoves.- Production of hot water by 3 electric balloons- Water supply: communal network + well.- Sanitation: two pits all waters of 2013.- Single glazed window frames, double north window, in the library.- Electricity redone in 2002 under chopsticks on the ground floor, old (dated 1925 to 1970) on the first floor.- 2013 alarm system with remote monitoring.- Internet by ADSL available.


Property reference : 1408XFF
400 m² interior
2 bathroom(s)
12 room(s)
298500 m² outside
8 room(s)

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passoireénergétique consommation(énergie primaire) émissions kg CO2/m².an kWh/m².an 163 9* G Logement extrêmement consommateur d’énergie F E D C B A Logement très performant
émissions de CO2très importantes *Dont émissions de gazà effet de serre peu d’émissions de CO2 G F E D C B 9 kg CO2/m².an A


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