Built on the foundations of a building from the Middle Ages, which can be found in the basement, this late 18th century Chateau, with its warm white stone, clearly shows that it belongs to the Perigord.
Due to the number of rooms that traverse the building, it benefits from an unusual interior luminosity worthy of a modern-day architect’s house, whilst also benefiting from the interior architectural features of its era.
In a dominant position on 180 degree, it offers parklands of approx. 9 ha (29 acres) with a very romantic bridle path, without the possibility of violating its privacy.
It has approx. 1,000 m2 (0.25 acres) of living space but could be extended further.
In very good general condition, only some of the outbuildings could use some work, but there is no obligation to do so.
If you like the Dordogne, if you are sensitive to 18th century architecture, if you like peace and quiet and would like to “freewheel”, this Chateau will charm you with the sheer majesty of this incredible piece of history.
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