Fabulous 18th C chateau prominently situated in the heart of vineyards with a breathtaking location. The chateau and winery have been meticulously renovated. Swimming pool, terraced areas, tranquil ponds, and enchanting woodland, making it an idyllic and captivating setting.
There is quick and easy access to Saint-Emilion and the surrounding wine estates. The train station at Libourne is just 25 km away, and local shops and restaurants are just 10 minutes by car.
For sale near St-Emilion, a magnificent 18th-century chateau that stands as an exceptional property. The chateau and winery have been meticulously renovated and are impeccably presented.
It exudes grandeur, boasting an abundance of natural light and generously proportioned rooms. The chateau's entrance is graced by a stunning reception hall, complete with a majestic stone staircase and a vaulted ceiling. This entryway leads to several generously sized reception rooms.
The property offers nine double bedrooms, each featuring its own bathroom and WC, ensuring comfort and privacy for residents and guests.
Additionally, there is an independent apartment with a spacious living room, a well-appointed kitchen, a bedroom, a bathroom, and direct access to a private pool area, providing further options for relaxation and convenience.
Formally a wine property, there are approximately 600msq of adjoining outbuildings. Among them are several wine cellars, including one with oak barrels, offices, and garages.
Commanding beautiful views over a picturesque valley, the property is surrounded by landscaped gardens featuring a swimming pool, terraced areas, tranquil ponds, and enchanting woodland, making it an idyllic and captivating setting.
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