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Castle Colombier (03)

This pretty family property, situated in the heart of the Allier region, comprises a completely renovated château and two outbuildings, all set in pleasant enclosed parklands. The chateau, typical of the region, stands out from the rest of the building with its pepperbox corner towers and its light-coloured stonework. The ground floor features an elegant marble entrance gallery, a living room, a dining room and a kitchen. dining room and kitchen. The rooms have retained their original decor (mouldings, picture rails, fireplaces, etc.). The upper floors, accessed by a fine staircase or a lift, have several bedrooms, each with its own private bathroom/shower room. The house is heated by a recent wood-fired boiler, a resource that is omnipresent on the property. Two outbuildings complete the property: one has been converted into sleeping and reception areas. The second is used for the property's logistics and houses a boiler room, garage and storage. It can also accommodate guests thanks to its professional kitchen and a reception room/restaurant. The parklands, planted with a beautiful grove of young oak trees, also include a pond, a unique space, full of serenity, for enjoying lovely walks. This property is ideal for a family or for developing a business project. DPE : D/A. Price HAI 1.850.000 € - Price excluding fees : 1.761.905 €. Agency fees : 5% TTC charge de l'Acquéreur. Property presented by Pierre de RAIGNIAC (EI): +33 6 26 10 46 13 - [email protected] Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr.

$2,011,400
570
10bedrooms
5bathrooms

By Barnes Sologne Val De Loire

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Castle Commentry (03)

Luxurious 18th-century chateau with outbuildings for events and accommodation, nestled in extensive grounds. Built at the end of the 18th century and entirely renovated at the beginning of the 21st in a luxurious, classic style, this chateau in excellent condition offers 480m² of floor space spread over four levels, with 14 main rooms including 7 bedrooms. The outbuildings comprise two buildings: On the first floor, the first building houses three guest rooms and a staff apartment with two bedrooms, a living room and a kitchen. Upstairs, a large 157sqm games room/dormitory. The second building, on the first floor, includes garages, workshops, a boiler room and a professional kitchen. Upstairs, a large 150 sqm reception room with terrace. The 30-hectare enclosed park with pond offers a peaceful, nuisance-free environment. All amenities less than 4 km away. Selling price : 1 850 000 euros Fees at vendor's expense. Energy class : D Climate class : A Estimated annual energy costs for standard use: between 7,467 euros and 10,103 euros per year. Prices indexed to 01/01/2021.

$2,011,400
1,053
12bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  30.3ha

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Auvergne

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House Montluçon (03)

In the heart of historic Montluçon, magnificent 18th-century Hôtel Particulier with outbuildings. The main house offers a generous 378 sqm of living space, divided into 9 main rooms including 4 bedrooms. The garden level features vast reception rooms. The second floor comprises an apartment with three bedrooms, a living room and a dining room. A cellar and attic are also included. The property is distinguished by superb period features such as parquet flooring, wood panelling, fireplaces and door and window frames, adding authentic charm. Very bright, the house benefits from excellent south-west exposure, offering unobstructed views over a landscaped, enclosed garden of 1660 sqm. The outbuildings include two T2 apartments (42 and 45 sqm), a T4 apartment (90 sqm) and five garage spaces. The property also features a new heat pump heating system and recently insulated attic space. Ideally located, this private mansion is in the immediate vicinity of all amenities, offering a practical and pleasant living environment. Close to all amenities. Selling price: 550,000 euros Fees at vendor's expense Main house Energy class : D Climate class : B Estimated annual energy costs for standard use: between euros and X euros per year. Prices indexed to 01/01/2021. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: georisques.gouv.fr

$598,000
558
9bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  1,660

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Auvergne

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Castle Montluçon (03)

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$1,185,100
300
4bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  1.5ha

By Kretz & Partners

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Castle Montluçon (03)

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$1,870,100
960
15bedrooms
16bathrooms
land  2.5ha

By Kretz & Partners

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Castle Montluçon (03)

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$2,011,400
570
7bedrooms
6bathrooms
land  30ha

By Kretz & Partners

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House Montluçon (03)

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$685,000
320
7bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  8,000

By Kretz & Partners

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Castle Veauce (03)

EXCLUSIVE - LEGENDARY FORTRESS OF VEAUCE IN THE HEART OF ALLIER - MH - MORE THAN 1000 YEARS OF HISTORY(S) - ON A ROCKY Spur - SPLENDID VIEW - 8.3 HA - MONUMENT IN RISK Known to be the residence of Louis the Pious, Western emperor in the 9th century. The location of the Veauce castle has existed since the Gallo-Roman era; springs still in water dating from this period are also visible in a cellar of the castle. In the 9th century, the castle was the summer residence of Louis the Pious, son of Charlemagne, emperor and king of the Franks. The fortress underwent numerous periods of construction and reconstruction: in the 11th, 13th then at the end of the 15th century, beginning of the 16th century when the lordship of Veauce was established as a barony. The castle then depended on Louis II of Bourbon, on the death of the constable Charles III of Bourbon (in 1527), the lordship returned to the fold of the Crown. It was not until the 19th century that Veauce shined again with the arrival of Charles de Cadier de Veauce, an influential politician and friend of the Duke of Morny, who had the castle restored in a neo-Gothic and neo-Renaissance style, he is also behind the construction of the current stables as well as the installation of a riding school in a semi-circular part of the fortress. It was also he who had the park developed by the Count of Choulot. Of the medieval fortress, what remains is the high keep, the towers and curtain walls, part of the covered walkway, as well as the kitchens. Despite its appearance as a medieval fortress, Baron de Veauce was able to modernize the place in the style of the 19th century. In the 20th century under the leadership of the penultimate owner, the castle saw the birth of the legend of Lucie, a ghost seen many times, who made the place and its owner at the time famous, Mr. Tagori 'of the Tour' (It was Eugène de Cadier de Veauce who sold the castle to Mr. Tagori in 1972). The castle is made up of four wings: An old wing on three levels and several basement levels. This building dates from the medieval period of the castle and was largely remodeled in the 19th century but still has 15th century elements, such as fireplaces and mullioned windows. The east wing is served by a circular staircase located in an hors d'oeuvre tower next to which is the castle chapel (probably a simple oratory). On the ground floor as well as on the first floor a large corridor serves all the living rooms. The noble floor located on the 1st floor. The second level, reserved for servants, has been partly redeveloped by the current owners. The basement contains the old kitchens of the medieval castle as well as a series of cellars. There is also a cistern (source?) which dates back to Gallo-Roman times. A 19th century wing fitted out in a neo-renaissance style. It is identical in layout to the old wing. It is in this part of the monument that the Duke of Morny was housed while he built the Château de Nades in Puy-de-Dôme. The other two wings, partly collapsed, are outbuildings, garages and stables built on old buildings. All of these 4 wings are surrounded by a curtain wall and fortification towers dating between the 13th and 15th centuries. Battlements and the development of a clock tower were added in the 19th century. Around the fortress there are various developments and buildings: To the east, a large terrace with stairs constituted the main access to the castle probably from the 18th century. An entrance with a lodge and large gate was built in a troubadour style in the 19th century (another lodge, known as the 'Lion Lodge', constitutes the entrance at the east end of the park). To the West, an old tower transformed into an icehouse, as well as a final entrance with a lodge and gate (known as the 'Little Lodge'). The 8.3 hectare park is made up of remarkable trees, the river 'la Veauce' passes through the middle of the estate. Buildings, probably from the 19th century, have been left abandoned: A mill, a metal greenhouse, various buildings. It is currently under an official work order from the State to carry out emergency work which will give the new owner time to carry out its work programme. Situation : - A grocery store in the village near the castle - All shops within 10 minutes by car - Vichy station at 40km then Paris at 3h20 by train and Lyon at 2h Price: 1,000,000 euros agency fees included (agency fees payable by the seller): This price implies that the future buyer is responsible for paying half of the official work (which should be of the order of 400,000 euros). This implies that the State accepts this arrangement. If the future buyer does not take responsibility for paying half of the work automatically, the price is then 1,500,000 euros including agency fees (agency fees payable by the seller) Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

$1,087,300
3,000
land  8.3ha

By Denniel Immobilier

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Castle Maillet (03)

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$815,400
456
9bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  7.3ha

By Immobilier Autrement Troncais

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Castle Evaux-les-Bains (23)

19th century manor house with garden of 5960 m² Est Creuse, in the heart of the Limousin spa resort and 35 minutes from the A71 motorway, 19th century manor house of approximately 320 m²: entrance, reception room, fitted kitchen, utility room, office, 7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms water, laundry room. Outbuildings: Large covered terrace, garage, boiler room. Oil central heating, mains drainage, alarm. Terraced garden with land of 5926 m². Good and ideal location for tourist activity. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr

$489,800
320
7bedrooms
land  5,960

By Chateaux Et Patrimoine

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House Chantelle (03)

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$345,700
330
6bedrooms
land  1.3ha

By Cabinet Brivet-raffin

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House with terrace Chantelle (03)

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$403,400
264
6bedrooms
land  20ha

By Cabinet Brivet-raffin

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Castle Audes (03)

This property is located in the department of Allier, a historic bastion of the Bourbons. It comprises a 19th century castle spanning 3 stories. Its main facade, embellished by two turrets with peppered roofs, offers an unobstructed view over the meadow below. The current owners have completely redone the plumbing and electrics. The rooms have retained their original character (mouldings, parquet flooring, functional fireplaces, etc.), adding to their comfort and warm atmosphere. The property also features a caretaker's cottage, outbuildings and an old watchtower. The grounds are enhanced by a vegetable garden and a small stream running below. The grounds of around 14 hectares feature a vegetable garden and a small stream running below. This property is a haven of peace, serenity and tranquillity, around 15 kilometres from Montluçon, a town with a multitude of amenities. The château is sold furnished. DPE : E/B. Price HAI 1.749.000 € - Price excluding fees : 1.650.000 €. Agency fees : 6% TTC charge de l'Acquéreur. Property presented by Pierre de RAIGNIAC (EI): +33 6 26 10 46 13 - [email protected] Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr.

$1,901,600
396
8bedrooms
2bathrooms

By Barnes Sologne Val De Loire

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Castle Saint-Quintin-sur-Sioule (63)

Listed Château, built between the XII and the XVII centuries, is located on borders of Allier and Puy-de-Dôme. Château completely renovated. Caretaker’s house. Garage for 5 vehicles. Tennis court and pool. The property covers 40 ha. Easy access by A71 motorway, a few kilometers from a village with all amenities. Selling price : 1 775 000 euros Fees at seller's expense Energy class : NA Climate class : NA The information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the site: georisques.gouv.fr

$1,929,900
800
7bedrooms
7bathrooms
land  15.7ha

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Auvergne

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