Reception Rooms: 5
Land: 33 ha
Exceptional Chateau surrounded by dry moats and set in the middle of its 33 hectare estate. With a central body flanked by two wings, each embellished by two towers, the Courtyard faces south west and the left wing has an open gallery. The living area is of approximately 1,100m2. The first fortified building on this site dated from the 11th century. An imposing avenue of majestic plane trees leads to the Chateau. There are two bridges over the moats, one of which gives access to the courtyard.
The Central body. A majestic entrance with a wide staircase gives access to this wing.
Vaulted dining room, a remarkable kitchen with pantry, storage room, boiler room and vaulted cellars.
Elevated Ground Floor:
Oak floored dining room 52m2, with herringbone parquet, wood panelling, trumeaux and painted ceilings. A remarkable tiled stove heats this room and also serves as a plate warmer. Beyond, a large Salon (62m2.), triple aspect, richly decorated with oak parquet floors, wood panelling, a painted coffered ceiling and an oak fireplace finely carved, depicting hunting scenes. From here there is access to the gallery and a large bedroom also beautiful decorated. A smoking room. w.c. On the other side of the staircase, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a small kitchen, and a nice laundry room.
8 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 small bathrooms. W.C.
This space above could possibly be suitable for conversion.
Raised on vaulted stone cellars.
Entrance hall with staircase, small kitchen, salon, dining room, chapel with small sacristy.
4 bedrooms, 3 bath or shower rooms, and in the tower, a beautiful library.
6 bedrooms with mansarded ceilings, 2 bathrooms and a W.C.
Outbuildings: These include:
Two secondary houses,
The chateau is surrounded by a 33 hectare ( 81 acre) estate approximately. Substantial meadows and unencumbered land make up the bulk of the estate. A tennis court and a swimming pool complete the ensemble.
The property has remained in the same family for many generations. It has been carefully maintained, however some updating to modern levels of comfort should be envisaged.
Oil fired C.H. with a Viesmann and De Dietrich boiler.
Well water - supplied from the nearby forest.
The surrounding countryside is gently rolling and there is a pretty little town with all shops and facilities just 5 kms away. Further on is the vast forest of the Landes