Character farmhouse in quiet location, St Jean d'Aulps. This is a charming renovated Savoyard farmhouse located in a quiet sunny hamlet perched above the village of St Jean d'Aulps and only 10 minutes drive to Morzine.
The house benefits from a separate outbuilding on the other side of the road ideal for storage and there is plenty of land for parking.
The house is laid out as follows:
- Basement: There is a large cellar currently housing the boiler and the oil tank.
- Ground Floor: The front door is approached via a small front garden. The door leads into the kitchen which is country style with a Godin gas oven, granite work tops and wooden units painted cream. There is plenty of space for a table seating 8 people. The dining area next to the kitchen is also large enough to seat 8 people so there is plenty of space to entertain. Leading into this lovely open plan space is a corner area with a television and a corner area with the large contemporary wood burning stove. From the main living room a corridor leads to a separate WC which has its own washbasin and then onto a large bathroom which benefits from a side window, large basin with a wooden vanity unit, space for the washing machine, bidet, corner jacuzzi bath and a walk in shower. Also off the main living room is a large double bedroom with front aspect window and fitted storage.
- First floor: Accessed from the outside is a very large barn with the potential to add more living accommodation.
In summary this is a very high quality renovation with an amazing entertaining space, plenty of exposed stone and beams and stunning views. It would make a lovely holiday home or permanent residence with plenty of scope for further expansion.
Taxe Fonciere is approx. 208 euros a year.
Taxe d'Habitation is approx. 446 euros a year.
Agency Fees to be paid for by the Vendor.
The department of Haute Savoie is in the South East of France, at the crossroads of France, Italy and Switzerland. It is one of the eight departments of the Rhone Alpes region.
The departments 708,000 inhabitants are known as the Hauts-Savoyards, living in around 300 towns and villages. The capital of the department is Annecy, other important towns are Bonneville, Saint-Julien-en-Genevois and Thonon-les-Bains.
More than anything else Haute Savoie is renowned for its ski resorts, the Mont-Blanc, its two beautiful lakes; Lake Geneva, the biggest in Europe, and the Annecy Lake, the cleanest in Europe, that is the sources of the mineral water Evian.
Thanks to the assets of the area, Haute Savoie, unlike other mountainous departments, attracts as much tourists is summer as in winter. Haute Savoie is a very dynamic department where the unemployment rate is lower than the French average. Economic activities are mainly based on tourism, other activities, such as agriculture, construction, businesses, craft industries, etc. also rely on tourism. This is why the department makes a lot of efforts in order to attract visitors all year long.
Being a mountainous region, Haute Savoie welcomes French and foreigner customers all year round, seduced by the beauty of the scenery, the quality of accommodation, and all the sport activities it has on offer. The department boasts well over 50 ski resorts, 50 beaches, 3 spa baths, 12 superb golf courses, and 22 marinas.
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