The old manor house of Henricus de Chassey - a top quality renovation.
Between Vesoul and Besançon.
The lord of Chassey built the first fortified house here in 1232, later
added to and modified.
Entry through winter garden with arms room, cellars, sentry path,
chapel, spiral staircase, pigeon loft...
The property is bathed in history.
There are three floors, each covering 150 m², with stone flag floors,
new roofs, optimum insulation, in-floor heating on two floors, with low
temperature boiler, fitted vacuum cleaning system, alu double glazing....
All modern comfort in perfect harmony with the period features that are
still intact, or that have been collected by the mistress of the house.
A real pleasure every day.
The property is set off by a 12 metre swimming pool, fitted watering
system, bread oven, big summer terrace with unspoilt views of the
There are many outbuildings: stable with 2 loose boxes, barn,
Really worth seeing!
good structural condition
510 m² of habitable surface (5490 sqFt)
1.2 hectares of land (2.97 acres)
oil-fired central heating
Price / sq metre: €/m² 1,549.02
Professional property listing
Agency: Ci Belles Demeures