Delightful traditional 19th century farmhouse of character, carefully restored, nestled in the countryside on the edge of meadows, in a vast open clearing, on the edge of a large forest. In a peaceful residential hamlet 4 km from the centre of Cuiseaux, the "city of painters", birthplace of the world-famous artists Édouard Vuillard & Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, nestled in the wooded foothills of the Jura mountains, in a sublime, unspoilt, gentle mountain setting. Full of charm, with numerous amenities and quality sports and cultural facilities, this picturesque medieval trading village steeped in history (former border town) has a rich heritage (orchard gate, ramparts, castle of the Princes of Orange, church, chapel, 16th century town houses and mansions, old winegrowers' houses, etc.). Very comfortable gîte with atypical interior architecture. Very spacious. Vast living room. Warm contemporary country style mixing traditions & modernity in the spirit of a sweet "family house" with rich traces of the past (stone walls, bricks, fireplace mantle, beams, stone lintels... original). Very complete quality equipment. Appreciable natural property of 3 ha including a vast grassed garden (pleasant playground for the children) and a large courtyard (natural ground of game of bowls) accomodating a broad exposed terrace space. Composition : Single storey house. Wifi. Oil-fired central heating + fireplace. Living room-kitchen, TV lounge (home cinema), 3 bedrooms (bed 2 p. 160x200cm / 2 single beds of 80x200cm which can be twinned into a double bed. 160x200cm / double bed 140x190cm), 2 bathrooms (shower), 1 with WC, separate WC. Note: 2 bedrooms accessible via the shower rooms or via the garage for one (with independent external access). Land (3 ha) + terrace + bicycle shed + garage (1 space) + private parking. Amenities 4 km.