Reception Rooms: 7
Land: 6 ha
Between Angoulême and Perigueux, in the Perigord Vert, this fine XVIIth - XIXthC. Château is sited in rolling countryside. Not far from the property, a small town has all main shops.
Built in the XVIIth century over the original medieval chateau, this property is of an elegant style.
The Château, over about 855 m2, comprises:
Ground floor: an entrance with a monumental “double revolution” stairway, on the right hand side, two salons and a study; on the left: a third salon, a dining room with herringbone parquet flooring, decorative ceiling encasement, and a fitted kitchen,
WCs, boiler room and laundry room. The reception rooms have parquet flooring, feature fireplaces and wood panelling.
They all have large French windows facing south which provide good light. At each end, there is a service stairway leading to the upper floors.
First floor: A long landing, bedroom and bathroom, WC and a large dressing room, a further bedroom with its bathroom, WCs., 3 smaller bedrooms.
Second floor reached by the two back stairways at each end- a music room, a living/dining room, a kitchen, a bedroom with shower room, 4 bedrooms, a dressing room, a storage room and WCs.
At the rear of the chateau, forming a “U” shape, the outbuildings comprise:
A caretaker’s house, needing renovation.
A shed of 240m,2 with potential for conversion.
Various barns and sheds.
A park of about 6 ha. extends beyond the Château with its groves of trees. The grounds also include woods, meadows and are crossed by a small river.