Reception Rooms: 3
Land: 11 ha
The Renaissance-style chateau, dating from the 16th century and redesigned in the 18th century, is east-west facing and comprises approx. 100sqm of living space per floor.
It is distributed as follows:
Ground floor: Dining room that leads to the kitchen on the right with a storeroom in the tower, and on the left a sitting room that also leads through.
There is also an office.
First floor: a corridor leading to 4 bedrooms, one of which has a WC, 2 bathrooms or shower rooms and a WC in the tower.
Second floor: various rooms to be renovated.
The outbuildings include :
A guest house of about 160sqm with on the ground floor: living room, dining room/kitchen and on the first floor 3 bedrooms and two bathrooms. The heating is electric. This house has undergone a major restoration a few years ago.
Caretaker's house restored in the year 2000.
A farmhouse with an old house now used as a shed
Barn used as a shed and a garage.
A swimming pool and an old tennis court.
Today, the chateau is very discreet and is hidden by large trees, some of which are centuries old, which protect it from the neighbourhood and provide it with a green and intimate environment. It is accessed by a small driveway that leads to the courtyard. An English-style park, surrounded by a beautiful forest and bordered by the Cher river, completes the ensemble, which extends over almost 11 hectares.
This beautiful chateau, nestled in the heights of the Cher valley, is located on the border of the Sologne and Berry regions, at the gateway to the town of Vierzon. It benefits de facto from all the economic and commercial infrastructures of the city as well as its important road and rail links.
Vierzon, a town of more than 25,000 inhabitants, is located in the Cher department and adjoins a state-owned forest of nearly 5,000 hectares. Its position as a crossroads both by road (A20, A71 and A85) and by rail (Paris-Orléans-Limoges-Toulouse line which crosses the Nantes-Tours-Lyon transverse line) makes it a communication hub, as well as a busy town. By train and by road, the town is 1 hour 35 minutes and 3 hours respectively from Paris.
Vierzon also has a wide range of services with various cultural, educational, sports and health facilities.
State of the property
The property has been in the family for several generations and has retained all its authenticity. Some work to make it more comfortable and to bring it up to date will be required.
Slate roof in good condition
Renderings to be redone,
Old single glazed wooden windows
Water supply by public water services, Decoration to modernize,