Equidistant from Morges/Lausanne/Yverdon, and close to Cossonay: This town mansion/building offers superb volumes to renovate, in the heart of La Sarraz.
The situation is therefore close to shops and transport (bus and CFF station) and other amenities.
This bourgeois building was built historically in 1714, which gives it a very marked cachet in its architectural style, which makes it very warm and with a nice potential for exploitation (housing - office) to make it a place of life with strong identify.
(Indeed, this magnificent residence was erected between 1713 and 1714 by Daniel-Henri de Gingins, lord of Chevilly who was part of the family that owned the Château de La Sarra).
With 3 living levels of around 600 m² and a total volume of 5,047 m³, the house offers 18 rooms and could also be adapted as a shared family home with the creation of 3 dwellings, imagining or not the creation of a PEP. It benefits from an adjoining office of 40 m² (former medical office) which can be independent or used with the house, as well as numerous annexes (such as an old barn on 2 levels). A wild garden of around 750 m, fully enclosed in the immediate vicinity on a lower level of land.
In addition, it has large cellars, a spacious attic, two terraces, an access courtyard that can accommodate 2 cars and a garage.
Although renovated and maintained over the years, some renovation work is still needed for a technical/cosmetic update.