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Fabulous medieval castle for sale

Reference: X3-68228

French Castle For Sale - Occitanie - Gers (32) - France

Fabulous medieval castle for sale with an incredible estate of 208 hectares( 48 ha of woods and 156 ha of fertile soil). Outbuildings include a 16th C pigeonnier, chapel,
Swimming pool awaiting restoration, Mill house and miller's house by the river and 4 additional farmhouses with outbuildings. Swimming pool to restore.

Reception Rooms: 0
Bedrooms: 11
Bathrooms: 3
Land: 208.42 ha
Ref: X3-68228
Price € 3,705,000
Price £ 3,388,964
Price $ 4,203,693

Conveniently located just a stone's throw from local amenities and a short drive from the bustling town of Agen and major motorways, the estate combines seclusion with accessibility, offering the perfect balance of rural charm and modern convenience.

Magnificent Historical Estate with Medieval Château and Expansive Grounds

Embark on an extraordinary journey through time with this remarkable historical estate, presenting an unparalleled opportunity to restore and cherish a piece of French heritage. Encompassing 208 hectares of unspoilt land, this property features a majestic château, enchanting parklands, charming outbuildings, and fertile grounds ideal for cultivation.

Majestic XIII Century Château:
25 rooms including:
Grand reception halls
Cosy bedrooms
Charming chapel
Architectural elements from the Renaissance and Empire periods
Crenelated gatehouse
Spiral stone staircase
Vaulted stone wine cellars

Picturesque Parklands:
Ancient cedar of Lebanon, plane, and oak trees
XVI century pigeonnier
Swimming pool awaiting restoration

Charming Outbuildings:
Mill house and miller's house by the river
Four additional farmhouses with outbuildings

Expansive Grounds:
48 hectares of woodland
156 hectares of fertile soil (approximately 40 hectares currently leased)
Opportunities for agricultural pursuits and outdoor adventures

Detailed Description:
The Château:
Step into a realm of medieval splendour as you pass through the gates of this exceptional château, steeped in over 700 years of history. Initially built in the XIII century for defensive purposes, the château has evolved through the centuries, showcasing architectural styles from the Renaissance and Empire periods. Its crenelated gatehouse, spiral stone staircase, and vaulted stone wine cellars exude timeless elegance and grandeur.

With 25 rooms, including grand reception halls, cosy bedrooms, and a quaint chapel, the château offers endless possibilities for restoration (subject to necessary permissions). Whether you envision hosting grand events or creating an intimate family residence, the château provides a versatile and inspiring canvas.

Nestled along the banks of a meandering river, the mill house and miller's house stand as testaments to the estate's rich agricultural heritage. Further afield, four additional farmhouses with outbuildings offer glimpses into rural life, waiting to be lovingly restored to their former glory.

The Parklands:
Surrounded by lush parklands adorned with ancient cedar of Lebanon, plane, and oak trees, the estate radiates tranquillity and serenity. The XVI century pigeonnier adds to the charm of the grounds. A once-glorious swimming pool awaits restoration, promising endless days of relaxation amidst the beauty of nature.

The Grounds:
Spanning woodlands, meadows, and cultivated fields, the land presents a canvas for agricultural pursuits and outdoor adventures. With 48 hectares of woodland and 156 hectares of fertile soil, the possibilities are as vast as the horizon. Whether cultivating crops or simply embracing the natural beauty of the landscape, the land offers endless opportunities for exploration and enjoyment.

For those with a passion for history, architecture, and the preservation of heritage, this estate represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. With its storied past and boundless potential, it is not merely a property but a legacy in the making—an invitation to write the next chapter in its illustrious history.

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