The castle of Châlus-Chabrol, a monument to centuries-old history, is known for its headquarters in 1199, led by Mercadier, during which Richard Cur de Lion is mortally wounded by a tile d ' crossbow. Trônant in the heart of the city of Châlus, the whole estate enjoys a breathtaking view over the whole region. It consists of a castle dating from the 11th and 12th centuries, a 17th century castle, an 11th century keep, the ruins of an ancient chapel of the 11th and 15th centuries, several outbuildings and lots of land for a total surface of about 13ha. Currently, the castle is divided into two parts: one open to the public, another habitable and private. Needing restoration work, the site has a reputation, a history and a capacity to host a large-scale tourism project. Price: 996.400 euros HAI (940.000 euros net seller + 56.400 euros of fees buyer). For any information or to visit, please contact Mr Jean-Lou FRACHET, Sopar real estate agent in 06 48 26 53 98 or by mail firstname.lastname@example.org This real-estate announcement was written under the editorial responsibility of Mr. Jean-Lou FRACHET, commercial agent registered in the special register of commercial agents (rsac) of the tribunal de commerce de limoges under the number 818 863 219.
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