House Duras (47)
DURAS, Located near the chateau and the vineyards of Cote-de-Duras, is this SUMPTUOUS BOURGEOISE HOUSE from the 19th century. Equipped with 400 m² of living space, it offers very BEAUTIFUL VOLUMES, a BEAUTIFUL HEIGHT under the ceiling with its MOLDINGS and ROSETTES, beautiful all functional FIREPLACES, great LUMINOSITY, a very PLEASANT living space both inside and out. exterior with its swimming pool and its park of more than 3000 m² carefully displayed and out of sight, all served on the heights of DURAS with a view overlooking the Valley. This CHARMING residence is perfect to welcome you as a main residence, in a resort or to open it up to passing guests who have come to visit very touristic places. Ideally located, DURAS is 62 km north-east of AGEN, 62 km south-east of BORDEAUX, 19 km north of MARMANDE as well as 30 km south of BERGERAC or regional and international airports and train stations. 'find there. Close to all shops and local services, school and college, DURAS also welcomes general practitioners, nurses, physiotherapist, osteopath and dentist. Its Monday market brings conviviality as well as its gourmet market on Thursday evening in summer. This residence is perfect for those who wish to retire in the countryside with a stately living environment, endowed with a very fine gastronomy with all the conveniences and services necessary today for a very pleasant comfort. Assured crush ! For more information, contact Nathalie Barbosa at 07.62.05.30.42 * Fees charged to the seller Commercial agent Duras is a small town in the north-east corner of the Lot-et-Garonne department of Aquitaine (south-west France), best known for its castle and wines. Exploring Duras A pleasant town, if rather quiet, Duras has one main sight that attracts visitors: the Chateau de Duras. There is also a medieval clocktower, and a sprinkling of attractive houses to enjoy while exploring, and the impressive Maison des Vins commemorating the highly regarded wines of the region. You can start your visit right in the town centre with a look at the clocktower. This building was originally part of the 12th century ramparts that once defended the town. Apparently there were originally four of these imposing gateways but now only one remains. Note that the clock and the steep Perigourdine style roof were added to the tower much later, in the 17th century. The chateau (and the grand entranceway that precedes it) are just below the main square. Duras is also, of course, well known for its wines and no visit would be complete without taking a couple of bottles home with you. Much the best place to start your researches is the Maison des Vins in Duras itself which stocks a very large range of local wine and also features an exhibition about the local wine industry, and an interesting garden where you can see various vines and learn about the differences between them. There are also a good selection of restaurants in the town where you can enjoy a meal accompanied by one of the local Duras wines. To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Nathalie Barbosa, please fill in the form below.
Le Figaro Properties reference: 35725847