18th/19th century manor house, authentic and contemporary renovation. Comfortable, harmonious volumes, countryside, absolute calm. A place for living and creation, for meditation, alone or in a group. Artists from various horizons, yoga groups, musicians, writers, painters, sculptors, photographers and sound designers in search of inspiration and rest. Suitable for workshops for eco-friendly companies, coworkers, students - in large workshops, or small spaces to isolate or regroup.
On the outskirts of a village but in the middle of the countryside, the manor house built in the 17th century, redesigned in the 18th and modified in the 19th, is a harmonious blend of several eras. Large volumes, stairways and landings, large rooms, small cupboards and a row of 5 large south-facing reception rooms offer numerous prospects. The house housed an orphanage at the beginning of the 20th century, run by nuns who have left their mark. It is a very photogenic house, with plenty of natural light due to the many large windows. Part of it has remained in its original state, with patinated walls and woodwork, while another part has been restored to its original state, sometimes with more contemporary colour schemes. The accommodation (the name of the large 19th century farm buildings in the Haute-Marne region) is currently being restored, in large trays, 100 square metres on the ground floor opening on to the fields; 200 square metres with 10 metres under the ceiling and a revolving mezzanine, an 80 square metre tray with a floor, oven, small spaces... Ideal for filming, set construction or use in the state. A kitchen is available for preparing meals. 12 rooms are available and two dormitories can comfortably accommodate work teams. The exteriors are composed of a courtyard, a vegetable garden, an orchard, a pond, very lush vegetation and beautiful trees.
Refund of 50% until 30 day before the ride