Former 18th century agricultural outbuilding, carefully rehabilitated in an atypical architectural spirit of a comfortable cottage. Very quiet residential hamlet nestled on the western hillside overlooking the beautiful valley of Guye, at the foot of the majestic ruins of a 12th century medieval castle, adjoining the center of Sigy-le-Chatel, a picturesque small village steeped in history (houses with dovecotes and galleries, 12th century Romanesque church, 14th century mill ...), nestled in the hollow of a magnificent hilly country setting, meadows, rivers and forests at the foot of the natural site of the Roche plateau (unique belvedere overlooking the valleys de la Grosne & de la Guye offering a literally exceptional panoramic view stretching from the Saône plain to the Alps). Beautifully preserved site in the heart of the Clun countryside. Comfortable gîte. Warm, contemporary country character combined with careful heritage restoration (original terracotta tiles, stone wall, etc.). Very charming. Cozy atmosphere. Large enclosed courtyard terrace completed by a pleasant, totally unusual enclosed garden, landscaped and flowered in a "nature" spirit, with a large sheltered terrace, a panoramic relaxation terrace, a pétanque court & many amenities safe games (zip line, children's hut with mini climbing wall and slide, football cages, small pool housing grouilles, newts, etc.). Beautiful open view over the surrounding countryside. Superb landscapes and panorama. Composition: House adjoining the owners' second home (rarely occupied). Triplex. Electric heating. Ground floor: living room-kitchen, shower room (shower, sauna / wc). 1st floor: living room-mezzanine (2 single beds 90x200cm). 2nd floor: mezzanine bedroom (double bed 160x200cm + single bed 80x200cm). Enclosed courtyard terrace + sheltered terrace + enclosed garden (shared if owner is present). Easy public parking on site. Shops and services 6 km. TGV station: Creusot 32 km, Mâcon 40km.