Authentic 19th century SNCF "lamp factory" steeped in history (former train lantern repair workshop; elegant industrial building with character), entirely restored with care, enjoying an exceptional location as it is situated on the very route of the greenway. Quiet environment on the edge of a small meadow, next to the old railway station of the village, within a peaceful residential area nestled a stone's throw from the centre of the medieval village. Nestled in the heart of the unspoilt countryside on a hillside overlooking the Grosne valley, this charming winegrowing village, which is both typical and commercial, has all the amenities and a rich heritage (12th century Romanesque church, 15th century Benedictine priory, 13th century keep, medieval tower and ramparts, remains of a fortified castle, several listed medieval residences, etc.) Spacious and comfortable gîte with exceptional "cathedral" dimensions and volumes. Original interior architecture, atypical and unusual. Very bright. Large living room. Warm "industrial loft" atmosphere. Delightful sobriety, soft & refined, preserving the exotic atmosphere of the original workshop. Cosy & cocooning. "A careful mix and match between tradition and modernity (contemporary touches, "brocante" spirit, classic "bourgeois" cachet...). Pleasant intimate garden of 200m ², shaded by a majestic plane tree, nestled away from view. Composition : Single storey house. Wifi. Gas central heating. Wood stove (+ fireplace in one room). Kitchen, living room (sofa bed 2 p. 140x190cm), 3 bedrooms, one of which is only accessible from the outside and without sanitary facilities (2 single beds 90x190cm which can be twinned into a double bed. 180x190cm in each bedroom), bathroom (bath/wc), shower room (shower). Private garden and bicycle shed. Easy public parking on site. Shops 1 km.