Reception Rooms: 6
Land: 40.85 ha
This exceptional Château dating from the XII and XVII Centuries appears to be in excellent condition and borders the River Sioule on the edge of the Allier and Puy de Dôme. Easily accessible by the A71, it is a few kilometers from a town with all shops and services nearby.
Listed as a Monument Historique for its structure and its décor, the Château was built between the XII and XVII Centuries. An ancient fortified feudal property it was converted after the XVth Century into a residential property of pleasure. Entirely renovated in a luxurious style, as well as the major part of the outbuildings dating from the end of the XX and the Beginning of the XXI Centuries.
With a habitable surface area of 460m2 on three levels, the property comprises 13 main rooms of which seven are bedrooms. Alarm.
The outbuildings include a Chapel dating from the XI to XII Centuries listed as a Monument Historique ( a large part of the central nave is to restore including the woodwork and the roof). In the outbuildings is an equipment room of 78m2 and a large apartment on two levels of 140m2 with six bedrooms. There is a garage for five vehicles as well as a lean-to. There is also a Caretaker's house on the edge of the property. Swimming pool and tennis court.
The property comprises 40 hectares, twenty two hectares of which are leased land and meadow which is being farmed. 13 hectares of woodland and the grounds of the Château comprising parkland with a vegetable garden and an orchard. The river runs the length of the property for over 1 kilometer of which one section of 500 metres if private ( the land on either side of the river).
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