Belgian by origin & Burgundian by adoption, France opens the doors to you of an authentic presbytery of character from the 17th century steeped in history & carefully restored according to the rules of the art (formerly linked to the majestic listed Romanesque church of the 11th enthroned opposite the gîte), nestled on the south-west facing hillside, on the heights of the peaceful village of Ameugny. Nestled "on a balcony" on a hill overlooking the bucolic green valley of the Grosne & the superb Clunisois bocage, a stone's throw from the first vineyards and very close to the wooded foothills of the southern Burgundy massif, this picturesque little village typical of the upper Mâconnais, quiet & quiet, has a rich heritage (Romanesque church, traditional winegrowers' houses with Mâconnaise galleries, washhouses, fountains, etc.) & a beautiful hilly landscaped setting, a succession of meadows, vineyards, ponds, groves & forests. Spacious comfortable cottage. Vast living room (beautiful volume). Warm country character with a refined “bourgeois” spirit, enhanced by careful heritage restoration (stone lintels, elegant fireplace mantle, French ceiling, beams & framework, stone walls, original floor tiles). Lots of charm & character. Very cozy. Lovely enclosed garden planted with trees (plum trees, apple trees, pear trees, fig trees, raspberries, etc.), spacious & intimate, nestled out of sight behind historic dry stone walls (with a notable entrance gate). “classified” centuries-old access). Large exposed terrace offering a splendid panorama over the surrounding countryside & mountains. Composition: Gîte adjoining the owners' home (total independence). Wireless. Oil fired central heating. Ground floor: kitchen, living room. 1st floor: TV lounge on the landing, 2 bedrooms (double bed 160x200cm / 2 single beds 90x200cm), bathroom (bath), separate toilet. Enclosed garden + private terrace. Local bikes. Easy public parking in front of the gîte. Amenities 2.5 km.