Reception Rooms: 6
Land: 2.5 ha
Situated in the North East of the sought after department of the Gers, this superb and imposing stone built Château dates from the XIII and XVII Centuries and has been undergoing extensive renovation for the past forty years. The Château occupies a commanding position on a hill top overlooking a valley and on the edge of a small hamlet from which it is separated by its outbuildings.
Apart from the Renaissance windows, the Château benefits from larger XVII C windows making the rooms wonderfully light. The habitable surface area is of 750m2 on three levels and the accommodation includes an entrance hall, a guardroom with two fireplaces, converted vaulted cellars, a kitchen, a dining room, two big reception halls and drawing rooms. There are six bedrooms.
The donjon or keep has been converted into a majestic library on the upper level, with cross shaped windows. and an impressive exposed beams and joinery construction above. Stone window seats at the lower level. The upper floor of the Keep has a 360 degree view of the Gascon valleys and the Pyrenees.
There are outbuildings including a stable with an outside staircase , and an open sided shed running alongside a small lane with a tiled roof and open on three sides. There is a garage for four cars.