Property Description ID:41608330
Former press from 1821 on 2300m2 of land, this 180m2 house, 5 minutes from Soissons, will amaze you with its exceptional volumes! Invisible from the street, pass the porch, and its 70m2 attic, to find a courtyard, a well, a small independent house to renovate, with fireplace, bread oven and floor tiles. A veritable basement of vaulted cellars, laundry room, workshop, wine cellar. Walk along the house to discover the not overlooked garden and its many fruit trees. On the terrace, the veranda opens onto the living room of almost 85m2. You will find the open kitchen, a fireplace with insert, and the living room with the 2020 pellet stove. The size of the rooms and the bathroom offer you the possibility of living on one level. Upstairs, there is a bright landing, a bathroom and 2 large bedrooms of 25 and 30m2, each with its dressing room, their surface area easily allowing 2 more! This immediately habitable house will seduce lovers of the peace of nature and the great outdoors. Do not hesitate and come and discover it! Fees charged to seller Commercial agent Soissons is a town in the Aisne department in the Hauts-de-France region, 55 km northeast of Reims and 30 km south-west of Laon. As the former capital of France during the time of the kingdom of the Franks, the town of Soissons has retained a rich religious heritage from the medieval era. Discover it through its main monuments, which are: The Gothic Cathedral of St. Gervais and St. Protais, dating from the 12th and 13th centuries, is superb with its transept's north and south arms, deambulatory with five radiant chapels, wrought iron choir enclosure and painting of the Adoration of the Shepherds by the artist Rubens Remarkable remains of the old Abbey of Saint-Jean-des-Vignes, founded in 1076 by Lord Hugues le Blanc, can still be seen today, including the impressive and dizzying faÃ§ade of the abbey church, topped by two tall towers, the 13th-century refectory, and the two galleries of the Gothic cloister The old Abbey of St. Leger, founded in 1139, whose buildings are now home to the Soissons Museum. Nowadays collections relating to local history, archaeology and the Fine Arts are on display there. To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Alexa Colin d'Hiver, please fill in the form below.
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