Reception Rooms: 4
Land: 4.5 ha
Impressive listed restored Chateau dating from the 13-18th Centuries . A private driveway leads through landscaped grounds to the courtyard of honour and the main building which is on two floors connected by a stone spiral staircase. Despite its rural setting, the castle is only 35 minutes from Toulouse international airport and a few minutes drive from a pretty market village with local shops. Auch, departmental capital of the sought-after Gers, is only 30 minutes away.
There is 830m2 of space overall with 17 main rooms. Impressive fireplaces, original tiled floors and wood panelling and beamed ceilings feature in this historic building. Substantial reception rooms, a kitchen of 35m2 with period stone sink and numerous bedrooms.
The front door into the striking octagonal tower, with its lovely stone spiral staircase, gives access to a reception or guard’s room with open stone fireplace, French doors onto the courtyard and a chapel beyond. To the left is an attractive panelled dining room with carved stone fireplace and period plaster details above. W.C. with basin and bath. Covered terrace and Summer kitchen.
First and Second floors: Various bedrooms and bathrooms and two substantial reception rooms, one with a marble fireplace and french doors onto the balcony above the courtyard, the other with an impressive white marble fireplace with period plaster decor above.
Sizeable terrace above the covered terrace on the ground floor.
Outbuilding: 17th Century outbuildings featuring attractive archways. There is a large room of 130m2 with fireplace, beams and exposed stone. A caretaker’s dwelling with living room, bedroom and shower room that has been recently renovated.
The roof was renewed ten years ago.
Grounds. Mature trees and rides, wells and a fountain. 4.5 hectares in all.
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