Reception Rooms: 3
Land: 20 ha
A very fine and elegant Chateau built in the Renaissance style on a historic protected site on older foundations and situated in the perenially popular Perigord Noir. The Chateau overlooks the Dordogne River valley from its commanding position. This noble domaine was built in the XVIIth Century and enlarged and transformed in the XIXth Century. A 900 metre private driveway leads up to the Chateau, guest house and caretakers house, garages and several outbuildings.
With a living area of 1,000m2 there are twenty main rooms including a large Salon, a beautiful library, a dining room, 10 bedrooms and six bathrooms. The chateau incorporates many original architectural and decorative features with reference to its medieval history. Most rooms are located on the valley side where they benefit from glorious views of the Dordogne river.
There is a guest house which has been renovated and offers a living area of 200m2 with five bedrooms.
Caretaker's house. Stables and outbuildings.
Taxe Fonciere 4040 Euros. p.a.
The chateau is set in 20 hectares of woodland and parkland, and incorporates a salt water swimming pool 8 x 6 metres with poolhouse.
There is the ruin of a 11th Century chapel on the property and several natural springs
Location: In a unique location with panoramic views within easy reach of Sarlat and Souillac. The market town of Sarlat is 20 minutes away with train service to Bordeaux. Souillac with SNCF Train service is on the Paris-Toulouse line. 20 minutes from the A20 motorway and 30 minutes to Brive international airport.
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