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Castle Mende
  • 600 m2
  • 19  rooms
  • land 3.5 ha

17th century manor house built on the foundations of a 14th century castle destroyed by the Parliament of Toulouse in 1656.
In the vaulted chapel, we discover the remains of 17th century frescoes. It was enlarged in the nineteenth century.
Slate roof, stone walls plastered. 600sqm livable space with 19 main rooms.
GROUND FLOOR: Hall (45sqm) - Vaulted kitchen (45sqm) with stone fireplace - Reception room (42sqm) opening onto the terrace - Large living room - Office vaulted - Chapel - Wine cellar - Oil-fired boiler
1st FLOOR: - Independent apartment accessible from the courtyard - Living room (33sqm), bedroom (44sqm) with fireplace - Toilet corner - Storeroom - Bathroom tile - WC - Kitchen (15sqm) - Bedroom (22sqm) with fireplace - Bathroom - Dining room (18sqm) with chimney - Living room with nice chimney - Library - Office
2nd FLOOR: - 6 rooms (34sqm, 29sqm, 12sqm, 20sqm, 18sqm, 20sqm) among which two with fireplaces - Room of baths. - Attic space (60sqm)
3rd FLOOR: - Large room (games room, 50sqm) converted into attic. - Attic (80sqm).
OUTBUILDINGS: caretaker's cottage to convert. Workshop and annexes. Stables, garage, barn, upholstery, woodshed. On 400sqm. Very beautiful frame above the stables.
Nice park of 7500sqm.
Some works to be envisaged.
The whole has a lot of charm with a beautiful environment and a strong potential.

Advertiser reference : 124_59202vm - Le Figaro Properties reference : 20613687


  • Fireplace
  • EPC : F (440)
  • GHG : G (102)

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Localisation : 48 Mende
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