Reception Rooms: 8
Land: 0.07 ha
The XIXth century residence in the centre of Nevers, with grounds, and facing the cathedral, has about 436 m 2 of surface area over 3 floors:
Ground floor: A stone staircase with wrought iron balustrade leads to a hallway (natural stone floor with cabochons) and living spaces: to the right of the vestibule an equipped kitchen extending out as the dining room and then a laundry room; opposite the hallway the spacious living room leads out one side to the dining room and on the other side to the library. It opens onto a terrace with access to the garden. To the left of the hallway are a bedroom and bathroom.
The reception rooms retain moldings, picture rails, fireplaces and Hungarian oak parquet floor.
First floor: A landing, a dressing room, a gallery which leads to a parental suite with an alcove (with a view of the cathedral) and bathroom equipped with a whirlpool bath, a walk-in shower, a sauna and two vanity units. A bedroom with its bath and shower room. Room. A bathroom and a linen room.
Second floor: accessed from a wooden staircase from the gallery. This floor includes a large living room (with fine beams), a fitted kitchen, a bedroom, a bathroom and an attic.
The basement: accessed from the kitchen, includes the boiler room, a workshop and a huge vaulted cellar to convert.
On two levels, it is at the rear of the building:
First level: lawn with automatic watering
Second level: An freestanding swimming pool
At the front of the building is a courtyard
Location: near the Ducal Palace and the cathedral, with shops and services nearby, station 5 minutes: Nevers, Paris Bercy 2h00
motorway 7 minutes : A 77 ( Paris in 2h30 )