- 500 m2
- 11 rooms
- 8 bedrooms
- land 9.9 ha
A Medieval & 18th century building set in 10 ha near to Agen on the heights of Lot-et-Garonne.
Ten or so kilometres from Agen, equidistant from Bordeaux and Toulouse.
The magnificent panoramic views of this part of the countryside around Agen are particularly sought after: when the weather conditions are right, the landscape is completely transformed and the highly characteristic silhouette of the Pyrenean mountain range quite magically appears strangely close along the southern horizon!
The proximity of the prefecture and all its advantages, airport, future TGV train station, sixth form colleges and universities, motorway slip road as well as supermarkets make this corner of Gascony particularly attractive as it appears to have everything going for it especially if its heritage, the renown of its gastronomy and its climate are taken into account.
This part of the French department has some of the most beautiful views of rolling countryside. It is possible to admire green valleys, woods and fields, chateaux and attractive farms as well as elegant Medieval bastides (fortified towns), proudly perched on their hills, for as far as the eye can see.
Passing the splendid ruins of a Benedictine church (listed as a French historic monument) on the left-hand side, visitors follow a majestic driveway lined with cedar trees to reach the property's gates. They continue across the parklands planted with trees that are centuries old before the long, 18th century facade of the east-facing residence comes into view. The Medieval section of the chateau is to be found at the back on the south and west sides.
The chateau and its outbuildings (carcass in a very good state of repair) are set around a large garden. A little on one side and towards the rear of the chateau is a fully enclosed
reference : 241636 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 14980941
- EPC : n/a
- GHG : n/a