Reception Rooms: 4
Land: 1.28 ha
A rare medieval property bordering the regions of Bordeaux and Perigord and near to the Bergerac area. With a rich history involving the Counts and Lords of Clermont and Duras and dating back to the 13th Century, this historic property occupies a commanding hilltop position from where it surveys the surrounding countryside and overlooks its grounds. It is increasingly rare to find properties dating from the Medieval era and they are, as a consequence, increasingly sought after in the rapidly increasing market for prestigious historic property. There is a vast amount of interest in the eventful history of this part of Aquitaine with its agricultural traditions and multiple historic events and influences. The nearby city of Bordeaux, the regional capital, also boasts centuries old history and a rich architectural heritage. The castle has retained its authenticity with its characteristic medieval features such as fortified walls, high beamed ceilings and original tiled floors. The accommodation comprises:
Large entrance hall leading to a Salon, a Study, a Dining room, a kitchen, laundry room and two bathrooms.
What used to be a banqueting hall has now been converted over the years into two very spacious and comfortable bedrooms.
Former Caretaker’s house/Guest House.
Recently renovated, this property offers a living room, kitchen, two bedrooms and two shower rooms and W.C.’s.
This is an ideal place for Guests wanting to have privacy.
The property stands in grounds of 1.28 hectares which mainly consists of meadows and a small orchard.
The nearest shops, supermarkets and primary schools are just 3 kms away. There is a hospital and train station 19 kms away. The Unesco world heritage site of Bordeaux offers access to luxury services, shops, shows and services as well as an international airport and fast track TGV station.