Authentic 18th century country farmhouse, steeped in history and carefully restored, quietly located in a charming typical wine-growing village nestled in the very heart of the Côtes Chalonnaises vineyard (famous AOC de Givry, flagship of the Burgundy wines of which it is said to himself that it was King Henry IV's favorite wine!) in close proximity to the Côtes de Beaune and Côtes Mâconnaises. In the countryside, in the hollow of a charming landscaped circus, between vineyards, meadows, groves and forests (walks and hikes on site). Magnificent hilly setting of greenery and nature. Located at the foot of Mont Avril, culminating at an altitude of 421m (protected geological site classified as a Natura 2000 zone), this charming town has a unique location income (on the GR7 route, the circuit of Roman churches, the route des wines and Grands Crus) and a notable historical heritage (11th century Romanesque church, beautiful bourgeois winegrowers' houses, 19th century mill, washhouses, former home of the estate of Nicéphore Niepce, inventor of photography, etc.). Comfortable room with a warm country character, benefiting from a sheltered panoramic balcony (with relaxation area). Large enclosed property with an unusual large secure henhouse (rooster, hens, walking sticks, geese, pigeons, etc.) and a pleasant landscaped garden. Composition: Terraced village house adjoining a gîte also belonging to the owner (individual house on the property). Bedroom on the 1st floor (1 p. 120x190cm bed + 1 p. 90x190cm bed) with balcony and private bathroom (shower / wc). Wireless. Gas central heating. Wood stove in the living room. Enclosed land. Private parking. Secure bicycle room. Restaurants, shops and services 5 km. Train station 15 km. Creusot TGV station 20 km.