At the heart of the circuit of the Romanesque churches of Cluny Brionnais, this former 17th century presbytery restored with taste will seduce you with its charm and its various and varied amenities. At the top of a hill in a quiet village with a clear view of the Beaujolais mountains to the east and the mounts of the Madeleine to the west, alternate, on eight hectares, a garden terrace, tennis surrounded by roses , A swimming pool with a poolhouse and a ambulatory, a yoga room, a pingpong room, a priest's garden under the shade of the church, a path around the tennis court to play pétanque. In the house with the staircase of stone in pitch of screw, a room of billiards shelters a splendid French billiard. A large fitted kitchen (gas hob, oven, microwave oven, dishwasher, coffee machine, American fridge), laundry room (washing machine, dryer), large living room with tiled floor, four bedrooms , Four bathrooms and five toilets complete this exceptional interior.
A garden lounge around a stone table on the terrace, and another in front of the house, under its big parasol, for a drink, lunch or dinner in front of a splendid panorama.
The surroundings are rich in cultural and sporting possibilities: lovers of old stones will love the Cluniac churches and the castle of Saint Hughes de Semur, lovers of history will discover the remains of the first inhabitants of the region (teeth and mammoth defenses discovered during The construction of the railway in Iguerande, polished porphyry axes 50,000 years old, flint etc.) at the Déchelette de Roanne museum, sportsmen will discover the Iguerande greenway at Paray-le-Monial, the Céron golf course, The walks of the Ballades vertes du Brionnais, the canoeing on the Loire, the horse in the clubs, and walks along the Loire or on the towpath of the Canal from Roanne to Digoin, which also offers cruises And boat rentals. And the curious will learn all about the Charolais and its emblematic breed of light-colored cattle, notably at the market of Saint-Christophe en Brionnais, which since the 14th century has gathered cattle breeders and buyers, by mutual agreement every Wednesday from 'dawn.