Located on one of Dordogne’s terraces, this Turner-like estate faces East and overlooks the village. Visited by the future king Henri IV in the 1500s, the castle took on its contemporary appearance in the 17th century: a beautiful façade with large bay windows, a splendid Renaissance staircase, and vast reception areas. Built on four levels, it houses a huge living room with a fireplace, Louis XV panelling or open-beamed ceilings, a big pool room with terra cotta floors, a library, two studies with an open outlook, a music room, two dining rooms, a Louis XV boudoir, two suites and four bedrooms with as many bathrooms. “A tennis court, a landscape pool and a keeper’s house round out the amenities in this 4-ha tree-planted park,” says Emile Garcin Périgord. Orchards, woods, farmlands, meadows and 31 ha of vineyards (15 ha of red wines: Merlot, Cabernet franc and Malbec; 10 ha of white wines: Sémillon, Sauvignon and Muscadelle) are also part of the sale. All wine-producing infrastructures are in perfect condition.
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SUMMARY: Where ? Dordogne - Living space : 850 m2 (plus 250 m2 de combles à aménager) - Period : XVIIe - Price : 3 500 000 € (hors stocks) - Estate agent : Emile Garcin Périgord - 75007 Paris. - Tel. : 01 42 61 73 38. http://www.emilegarcin.fr