If you ever dreamed of being Lord of the Manor, this truly unique property, a listed historical monument with origins dating back to the 9th century, consists of a the ruins of a 12th century tower, the oldest medieval defensive tower in Aquitaine, the renovated renaissance chapel and 17th century presbytery, a vaulted reception room and private grounds enclosed by the original chateau walls overlooking the picturesque village. The current owner, an interior designer, has painstakingly restored and consolidated the property that now offers a seductive blend of history, grandeur and designer coolitude. The chapel provides comfortable accommodation offering an open plan reception/ dining room and kitchen in the former chapel, a further living room in the former presbytery and 3 bedrooms, two bathrooms and an office. The grounds offer two dining terraces, one in the remains of the Great Hall featuring a 13th century mullioned window with a very rare 13th century mural. The property site proudly in the centre of a picturesque village just 20 minutes from Bergerac airport, and close to many charming villages and gourmet restaurants of the Perigord Noir region of the Dordogne.
Le Figaro Properties reference : 15569731