Reception Rooms: 3
Land: 1.4 ha
This exceptional chateau, dating back to 1666, has been subject to comprehensive and sympathetic renovations beautifully marrying together its authentic features with modern day comforts.
The present owners bought the chateau some seven years ago and renovations started practically immediately. The renovations included complete re-wiring; full insulation; installation of new hardwood double glazed windows and doors; a new kitchen; replacement bathrooms and re-painting throughout. During the renovations, the owners worked conscientiously to preserve the original features of this 17th century building such as the oil painting above the fireplace in the entrance hall; the original sweeping staircase; the period fireplaces; the original floors etc whilst ensuring that a high level of modern day comfort was achieved.
Ground floor offers a light family kitchen, a cozy living room with period fireplace and the spacious dining room with its original fireplace and floor tiles.
First floor is served by a majestic staircase and offers six large bedrooms and four bathrooms.
Second floor offers an additional three bedrooms.
A reception venue of 77m2, with a stage and bar, has been created inside the adjoining barn.
The old winery of 117m² houses an period bread oven.
The barns opposite the chateau offer a further 280m2 of space for further development.
Grounds-The ensemble sits on the edge of its village bordering a woodland of old sequoias trees.
This property is ideally located, just an hour from ski slopes of the Pyrenees, the Atlantic coast around Biarritz and the Spanish border. Accessibility is easy : Pau airport (40 minutes) offers 10 daily flights to Paris ; Lourdes Airport (45 minutes) with direct flights to the United Kingdom ; Both Bordeaux and Toulouse international airports can be reached in around 2 hours.